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Hi Rebecca:
Most sandblast kits are "stand alone" in that they just need an adequate air supply. This can vary hugely depending on the work intended. The volume of the storage tank, compressor output volume, and pressure available are the variables to be considered.
A small volume home hobby would require far less than a commercial facility.
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Check that the new gun is compatable with the media you're using in your sandblaster. If you just replaced an old gun with the same kind you should be OK. Check that there aren't any peices of "stuff" in the line to the gun or where the line enters the sand. Next, make sure you are using dried air. Compressing air causes the water (humidity) to condense out and pool in the tank. This water then makes its way through your air lines and to your gun. If the air isn't dried by a filter somehwere on the line the moisture will mix with the sand and make it flow like you describe.

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Maxus 125 lb. sandblaster gets clogged no matter what kind of material i use to blast and it makes no difference adjusting the valve

It's usually caused by moisture. It may help to dry your media in an oven, but the real culprit is probably moisture in your air. You need to add an air dryer to your line.

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Need to find manual for Dayton sandblaster model #6Z159 Nozzel #27-415 power-1000wt,vol.110-120,air volume 8-22 c.f.m,capacity 15-40lbs.

I have the manual you are requesting for the Dayton Portable Sandblaster Model 6Z159. Your info for the (Nozzel #27-415) is not listed. There are three choices for the (Nozzle..correct spelling) which are steel [pt# 497055]; ceramic [pt# 497020] and tungsten carbide [pt# 497010].

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No Sand or Air is coming out when trigger is pulled

The sandblaster relies on a clear and unkinked line from the sand tank to '**** up' the sand and drive it out the nozzle with the air flow.

-Do you have air pressure at the nozzle? It may be obvious, but you need good air pressure. Pulling the trigger, you should get air out of the nozzle. If you don't, start with the air compressor.

-The sand needs to be dry and unclogged. Dump all the sand out of the container, and pour it back in through the filter screen.

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Compressor drops to 80 lbs when sandblasting, should hold 110lbs.

The air pressure on your system is actually controlled by the orifice size at the tip. The tip wears very fast and the air pressure will drop accordingly. Install a new tip and retest pressure. The only way to increase pressure as the tip wears is to increase the rpm of the motor/engine. Also check for leaks in the system. If possible, start out with a smaller tip and lower engine rpm a bit then increase rpm as the tip wears. You can also play with the grit size as the tip wears. Slightly larger grit/sand will work better as the tip size increases and pressure drops. Good luck with you sandblasting project.

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Need to find where to get info on how to sandblast

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