Sandblast nozzles control the flow of the blasting medium, whether it's sand, aluminum oxide or steel shot. Your choice of sandblaster nozzle will depend on your purpose for blasting. There are sandblasting nozzles designed for cleaning and preparing exterior surfaces, for stripping paint to repair auto body damage and even for specialized craft work like carving stone and etching glass.
In addition to your purpose for using a sandblasting nozzle, take the following factors into consideration when checking out sandblast nozzles for sale:
1. Material—Find ceramic sandblasting nozzles as well as sandblast nozzles made from tougher boron carbide or tungsten steel.
2. Bore type and opening size—Sandblasting nozzles are available in several bore types, including straight, tapered and hourglass-shaped venturi sandblast nozzles, and in opening sizes suited to the blasting medium and the flow of air pressure measured in CFM (cubic feet per minute).
3. Attachment—Find a nozzle for sandblasting that uses an insert attachment, for sandblasting guns, or a threaded or flanged attachment meant for use with nozzle holders in blasting cabinets.
4. Equipment manufacturer—Choose replacement sandblasting nozzles designed to fit the equipment you already own.
Find sandblasting nozzle manufacturers with the product you're looking forSandblast nozzle manufacturers and distributors offer nozzles tailored to your industrial and commercial blasting needs.
Buy sandblaster replacement nozzles to fit your existing equipmentEven the toughest nozzle for sandblaster use becomes worn out over time by the abrasive material that flows through it. To keep your blasting equipment in optimum working condition and protect worker safety, choose replacement sandblasting nozzles designed to work with your brand and type of equipment.
Choose sandblaster nozzles for specialized purposesUses for sandblasting nozzles aren't limited to large industrial, construction or automotive jobs. Find a specially designed nozzle for sandblasting to carve stone for architectural detailing or monument lettering, or use a high-pressure, finely focused sandblaster nozzle for decorative glass etching.
- When buying replacement sandblaster nozzles, be sure to buy compatible replacement air jets, too. The two parts undergo similar wear patterns.