Inventive Machine Introduces Improved B l a s t / V a c u um Units

—Free Literature Available Inventive Machine Corporation's Blast n'Vac pneumatic blasting and recovery system that allows abrasive blasting and vacuum recovery simultaneously now offers three improved packages to meet production needs—BNVP-3, -4, and -5. The working weight of hand held components has been reduced by 50 percent as a result of new urethane hoses and aluminum workheads (photo), providing greater ease of use and flexibility.

The Blast n'Vac system is designed for blasting in sensitive areas that are usually considered too costly, too much trouble, or too hazardous to work in, such as inside tanks, offshore rigs and ships, bridges over waterways, and in high-traffic areas. Due to immediate retrieval of abrasive residue at the blast point, this system eliminates hazardous dust clouds, contamination, and clean-up after blasting. Blast production rates vary according to nozzle size, type of surface to be blasted, coating to be removed, or degree of blast required, but normal in-service rates can range from 60 to 240 square feet per hour.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 54,  Sep 1985 ANNUAL MEETING Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers New York

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