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Hey guys I'm new to this site I've just been checking it out over the last month or so and shoot I've learned a lot about sandblasting (which is my main learning focus) everybody seems to be pretty knowledgable in their own areas if expertise. Anyways I've been doing hours on end of research regarding the best sandblasting unit to purchase for my needs I'm an owner in one of south florida's leading marine tank and bilge cleaning and re-coating companies and we are currently moving towards getting into sandblasting bottoms and tanks, so I've been trying to gather all the info I can possible get on the best affordable system out there I've gotten info from MMLJ, Farrow, and I spoke to Wade over at Geoblaster today he seems to be an awesome knowledgable guy. So does anybody on here have any input/suggestions on a good system? Master blaster seems to know a lot can anybody else give is some valuable input on Your experience with these systems? Thanks guys
 

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You will like slurry blasting for marine applications. I do bottoms with a Farrow and its been good, Dale thinks the Geo is way better, I dunno, never used one. Operationally the MMLJ is way different than the others, never used one of those either.
 

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That's a Nova hood fed from a dedicated canister filter. For a wet system I would go for an air supplied full face mask instead unless you know you are going to be under big craft a lot of the time with gunk raining down on top of you (get both, you'll use the face mask more).
 

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I demo'd the 600SA which is the same as the 400SA just has an extra pot for longer run time. I liked it a lot I'm definitely moving towards buying the 400SA. I have a few videos from yesterday's demo let me know if you want to see them I'll send then to you.
 

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You need to load onto Youtube so you can get a URL. I am not sure if you can load it to your contractortalk page or not.

Once it has a URL use insert link and copy and paste the address.

There is a site help forum that has a how to thread if you click on forum in the upper left of the page.
 
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