Everblast, an Illinois Company and leading producer of carbide sandblasting nozzles for the surface preparation industry. We offer a wide variety of blast cleaning nozzles with wear resistant liners made from tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, sylacon (silicon nitride) and boron carbide. These nozzles can be used for dry sand blasting and dust reducing blasting also known as slurry or wet blast cleaning.
We also offer a range of light duty ceramic nozzles for blast cleaning.
What are ceramic nozzles? These are light duty nozzles generally used in cabinets and anywhere a small blast pot is used for example spot cleaning of small parts. Ceramic nozzles have a much shorter work life than e.g. tungsten carbide.
We offer carbide blasting nozzles for sandblasters to use with a variety of nozzle Jacket and threads. Everblast Blast's carbide blast cleaning nozzles are supplied with blast cleaning industry standard threads. Most long venturi, carbide sand-blasting nozzles are available with either 1" (25mm) or 1-1/4" (32mm) entry.
In addition to long venturi carbide nozzles we offer a wide range of carbide inserts: tungsten carbide, boron carbide and ceramic. These inserts are generally used in suction guns mainly used in sandblasting cabinets and workshops where close up blast cleaning is needed.
Everblast makes a range of High performance XLBC blast cleaning nozzles these have found good acceptance not only in dry blasting but also slurry / wet blasting applications. These are extra-long venturi, boron carbide lined abrasive blast cleaning nozzles available with either 1-1/4" or coarse threads. Everblast's Boron carbide XLBC nozzles offer one of the longest wear performances of any high performance nozzle.
To maximize productivity of abrasive blast cleaning system it is important to select a carbide nozzle that will be cost effective when used with a specific media. It is important to use a sand blasting nozzle with bore to suit compressed air supply and required nozzle exit velocity. Nozzles should not constrict air and abrasive flow by going from a larger hose I.D. to a smaller nozzle entrance size.
Tungsten carbide nozzles are the most commonly used nozzles in the sandblasting / abrasive blast cleaning industry. They are tough and are best suited for use in harsh work site conditions. Tungsten carbide nozzles are economical and work well with most abrasives. If you want light weight carbide nozzles for use with the same media we offer Silicon carbide blast cleaning nozzles. Cost is higher than a comparable tungsten carbide nozzle but Silicon carbide offers a longer wear life.
Carbide Sandblasting nozzles and ceramics are available through our network of domestic and international distributors. Everblast Distributors focus on the abrasive blast cleaning industry and carry a range of sandblasting equipment and supplies e.g. compressors, sandblasting hose, couplings, nozzle holders, sandblasting abrasives, blast pots, blast hose, cabinets, replacement parts for sandblasting equipment, sandblast helmets, replacement lenses and other sandblasting related supplies and equipment. If you are looking for a distributor please call us.
Guide on Estimated Nozzle Service Life in hours.
All figures are indicative and given for nozzle comparison purposes only. Actual nozzle service life will depend on operational variables, such as blast pressure, media dimensions and media particle profile. All figures are approximate.
|Nozzle Liner Material||Steel/Grit Shot (hours)||Expendable Abrasives (Hours)||Aluminum Oxide (Hours)|
|Silicon Carbide/Silicon Nitride||600-1000||400-600||50-100|
|Boron Carbide||1500-2500||750-1500||200 - 1000|