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|by John E. Sharp||Date Added: Friday 24 April, 2009|
Bought this sandblaster and it arrived with a broken pressure gauge; the shipping container was not damaged so it had to be packed that way. After two weeks of filling out form x234 and arguing with selling place (homier distributing, I received a new pressure gauge.When I went to use it the first time, the safety release valve was leaking. After inspection I determined it was the tank bung that was defective and the threads were damaged. Seeing that this would be a complete return to said seller I decided to repair the tank bung myself. A trip to the hardware store and a few minutes with my tig welder was all it needed.When I finally got to use it I was happy with the results. For home shop use I do not think you can beat it. The low initial cost is very justifiable to the average consumer. If you expect to do allot of sandblasting then this may not be the unit for you. Look for a more commercial based unit.ps this unit as all sandblasters need lots of air, so make shure you have a good air compresser!
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