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    • Description
      Model
      SBC90
      Internet/Catalog:
      100675206

      BLACK BULL is a line of professional automotive and contractor grade tools. This Abrasive Blast Cabinet is perfect for removing paint and rust on metals and other objects to completely strip them bare. Includes 4 Assorted Ceramic Nozzles, Rubber Gloves, Blasting Gun With Trigger, Dust Collector Port, Hopper and Screen.

      • Easily remove paint, rust and oxidation
      • Tank volume: 32 lbs.
      • Working pressure: 40-80 psi, air consumption: 5 CFM
      • Includes light
      • Includes 4 assisting nozzles, rubber gloves, blasting gun, and screen
    • Specifications
      Accessory Type :
      Other
      Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons) :
      3.8
      Handle :
      No
      Included :
      No additional components or accessories are included
      Maximum Pressure (psi) :
      90
      Orientation :
      Vertical / Horizontal
      Product Depth (in.) :
      44.38
      Product Height (in.) :
      12.49
      Product Weight (lb.) :
      98
      Product Width (in.) :
      21.15
      Returnable :
      90-Day
      Tank Material :
      Steel
      Tank Pressure Gauge :
      No
      Tools Product Type :
      Air Compressor Tank
      Wheels :
      No
    • Reviews
      (4)

      Ratings & Reviews

      100% of customers recommend this product
      3.8
      Out of 5:
      5
      4
      [3]
      3
      [1]
      2
      1
      QUALITY:
      VALUE:
      4.0
      4.5
      • Not bad for the money
      • August 19, 2014
      • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

      I wanted a small cabinet for frosting a few glass panes, and this has worked out fairly well. I have not used it that much yet, but I do have a few comments. The cabinet was not sealed particularly well, so some sand leaks out the bottom. I would recommend going over it closely before filling it with sand, and calking any leaks with silicone. The pickup tube opening is at one end of the cabinet, and the sand tends to collect near the center, so it takes a lot more than 10 lbs of sand to keep it from running 'dry'. I sometimes have to push some sand to the left to bury the tube. I'm using #80 garnet sand for glass frosting, but I've heard that glass beads flow better than sand. Because you're pumping air into the cabinet, you should have a vacuum connected to the filtered outlet, but it has to be just the right amount of vac pressure to prevent the cabinet from developing a strong vacuum inside, which will suck the gloves out of their mountings and warp the plexiglas. If I had more time and space I would consider making my own larger cabinet out of plywood and glass and just putting my money into the gun. The gun, by the way, does not work well below 80psi, and my small compressor cannot deliver enough flow at that pressure to work at more than about a 40% duty cycle. I have not tried all the nozzle sizes, however, just the one that came mounted on the gun. For the price, it was a good, quick solution for me.

      Pros Easy to Use, All In One Cons for small items only
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      Wdotson

      Bennington, VT
      65 or over, Male
      2 out of 2 people found this helpful
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      By: Wdotson
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