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8/6/2008

Abrasive Blaster Offers Improved Flow Characteristics

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The AccuFlo micro-abrasive blaster is designed to quickly deburr small parts, remove conformal coatings and texture part surfaces. The blaster features the company’s Simoom technology, which is said to improve the consistency of the air/abrasive flow and provide tighter control over the volume of powder flowing thr

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The AccuFlo micro-abrasive blaster is designed to quickly deburr small parts, remove conformal coatings and texture part surfaces. The blaster features the company’s Simoom technology, which is said to improve the consistency of the air/abrasive flow and provide tighter control over the volume of powder flowing through the machine. This offers the flexibility to be used in a wide variety of applications and increases powder flow to reduce processing time, the company says. Its ergonomically designed handle is comfortable to use and has less wear points, extending unit life. An LCD counter monitors blast cycles and hours of use and a large media tank has a clear top for checking powder level.

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