Shot blasting
Campbell Machinery Ltd
Campbell Machinery: Specialists in shot blasting and blast cleaning
Pressure blasting





Tips for air blasting

While a standard 19mm I.D. compressed air hose is adequate to run a pressure blastpot, a 1 1/4" supply hose will give the blaster a far better performance.


Tips for air blasting

Ceramic blast nozzles are cheap but a carbide nozzle will give a longer life and will give considerable cost savings over time.





Clean, Dry Compressed Air with Airblast Aftercoolers


Compressed-air conditioning is indispensable for ensuring fault-free performance of blasting and paint spraying equipment as well as for compressed air tools.

Conditioned compressed air contributes to improving the quality of blasted surfaces since most of the oil and water have been removed from the compressed air. Conditioned air improves productivity, reduces maintenance and lowers operating costs.


The most prevalent contaminant in compressed air is water. Water, in the form of vapor, enters the air system at the compressor intake, and is concentrated to the saturation point by compression. As cooling occurs downstream of the compressor, the moisture in this saturated air condenses into harmful liquid water.

Still another contaminant, oil, is injected into air systems by lubricated compressors. Many liters of oil can enter an air system over the course of time in this way.

Airblast compressed-air conditioning equipment removes all contaminants and ensures dry and clean air.




Product Leaflet - After Coolers Product Leaflet - After Coolers





Venturi Air Blowers/ Jet Fans

Venturi Air Blowers/ Jet Fans Venturi Air Blowers/ Jet Fans


Compressed air or saturated steam is the power source for this air mover.

A 1½" hose is recommended from your air supply source to the side inlet connection. The compressor size required can be determined by checking the chart on air consumed at various inlet pressures. Operate this air mover on air or steam lines limited to 140 PSI.


Venturi Air Blowers or Jet Fans operate on the venturi principle whereby you take small volumes of high velocity air (from the compressed air source) through the casting and out the nozzle jets, creating a venturi action or pulling action that induces large volumes of low velocity air through the venturi and out the air diffuser.




Product Leaflet - Venturi Air Blowers Product Leaflet - Venturi Air Blowers



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