50lbs Monument Pressure pot
The 50 lb. Monument Style pressure pot is designed for onsite sandblasting such as Donor Recognition, Monuments and Monumental Final Dates. The large rubber wheels are for soft surfaces such as snow and mud. The pressure pot is equipped with air fittings for high pressure blasting up to 125PSI with coarse abrasive.
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The pressure pot is designed to travel or move easily in shop or onsite.
50 lb. Pressure Pot
The Portable Pressure Pot has the capacity for 50 lbs. of abrasive. The pressure pot is popular among monument businesses due to the compact style and can be easily moved through a memorial park or cemetery.
Extra-Large Rubber Wheels
The extra-large rubber wheels provide ease of movement through grass, snow, mud and/or any rough terrain ground. Pressure pot is designed to travel in a truck or trailer and easily pull to onsite projects.
Heavy Duty Blast Hose
The 10 ft. heavy duty hose is flexible and provides adequate sand flow and longer blasting usage.
The monument pressure pot system is designed to sandblast at high pressure providing the monument blaster with the blasting pressure there are accustomed to. There is no regulator limiting the sandblasting pressure.
Chicago Air Fitting
The monument pressure pot is equipped with Chicago air fittings. Chicago air fittings include a safety clip and designed to operate compressed air at high pressure.
The durable 3/32-inch carbide nozzle is versatile and easy to use for any sandcarving project. It comes with an adapter and O-ring.
Abrasive 220grit to 80grit
Pressure pot has the capability to process 220 grit to 80grit.
A metal sifting ring with a durable mesh screen is placed on top of pressure pot when refilling pressure pot with recycled abrasive.
Epoxy Powder Coated
The pressure pot is Epoxy Powder Coated with a two-tone epoxy powder coated for durable and resistant finish.Powder Coating is a process called "Electrostatic Spray Deposition" (ESD) and is used to achieve the application of the epoxy powder coating to a metal substrate. An epoxy resin is cross-linked with a co-reactant or hardener, which when properly catalyzed and applied, the epoxies produce a hard, chemical and solvent resistant finish. This application method uses a spray gun, which applies an electrostatic charge to the powder particles, which are then attracted to the grounded part. Powder coating results in a thick, dense finish on metal products which are more durable and last longer than conventional or industrial painting. Rayzist Photomask spends the extra effort and costs to ensure every sandcarving and automatic washout system is epoxy powder coated to produce the most durable finish.
What is the difference between the Monument Pressure Pot and 100lb Pressure Pot?
The Monument Pressure Pot is designed for the monument blaster that is accustomed to blasting at unregulated pressure. The Monument style pressure pot does not include a regulator, foot switch valve or foot pedal that allows the blaster to sandblast at maximum pressure.
How do you operate the on/off sand flow if there is no foot pedal attached?
The on/off air inlet valve will control the sand flow. If the valve is in ON position then abrasive will start to flow.
Why is the Monument Pressure Pot only 50lbs?
The Monument Pressure Pot is designed to hold 50lbs of abrasive which keeps the pressure pot light and easy to move through uneven ground, mud or snow. The 50lbs of abrasive is sufficient for blasting final dates onsite.
How easy is it to move and maneuver the Monument Pressure Pot through a Memorial Park or Cemetery?
The Monument style pressure pot has a long handle which allows the blaster to tilt the pressure pot and move with ease. The extra-large wheels allow the pressure pot to move over rocks or debris easily.