PowerGun Suction Blasting Tool, Sandblast Guns

PowerGun and PowerGun H2O— Handheld Suction Blasters for Abrasive Blasting in Small or Confined Spaces

Power Gun and Hopper, Sandblast Guns

For Small Jobs When You Don’t Need a Full-Size Blast Machine

Small surface preparation jobs often take more time than they should, and the last thing you need are missed deadlines that take a bite out of your bottom line. You need an abrasive blasting solution that sets up in minutes and that keeps you on schedule. You need a PowerGun or PowerGun H2O, portable suction blast guns perfect for abrasive blasting in small, difficult-to-reach, and confined spaces—and that have nearly the power of a 1-cuft pressure blast machine. And if you need dust-suppressing wetblast capability, the PowerGun H2O is your solution.


Versatile: Abrasive Blasting Where You Need It

The PowerGun is ideal for worksites and situations where it would be impractical or impossible to bring in and maneuver a full-scale abrasive blast system:

  • Small or confined spaces.
  • Onboard ships in service or dry dock.
  • On scaffolding or other elevated work areas.
  • Carrying up flights of stairs.
  • Other difficult-to-reach and maneuver-in spaces.
  • When you’re blasting with a limited air supply.
  • Small or light-duty jobs that don’t require a full-size abrasive blast machine.
  • Touchup work or reblasting areas that failed inspection.
  • Great tool for rental yards.
PowerGun, Sandblast Guns

Convenient: Abrasive Blasting When and How You Need It

The PowerGun is easy to transport and use, simple to set up, finishes jobs quickly, and doesn’t take up much space in your equipment trailer or shop. It’s the ideal abrasive blasting tool for in-and-out jobs that need to be completed now!

  • Compact, handheld abrasive blaster that is easy to transport from job site to job site, and to carry around job sites.
  • Takes less storage space than a full-size blast machine, and fewer spares too stock.
  • Simple, low-maintenance design.
  • Ideal for last-minute jobs where it would be too costly to bring in a full-size blast machine.
  • Quick and simple setup: connect to compressed air and load media:
    • Uses from 40 CFM to 120 CFM of compressed air, which requires a smaller, easier-to-transport air compressor than a full-scale abrasive blast machine needs.
    • Load media by inserting the PowerGun’s suction lance into its media cart or a bag of abrasive.
    • Handles most common blast abrasives 12-mesh and finer.

Four Models

PowerGun with Hopper and Cart

  • With 16 ft of air and media hose
  • With 30 ft of air and media hose

PowerGun without Hopper and Cart

  • With 16 ft of air and media hose
  • With 30 ft of air and media hose

PowerGun H2O

Your crew is wetblasting a bridge structure in a populated urban area and compliance with dust-abatement regulations is a must. Your operators have just moved on to the next stage of the project—when the inspector demands rework. Your team can’t drop what it’s doing to backtrack, and you can’t bring in another crew with another blast machine.

What you can do is pull out your PowerGun H2O, a portable suction wetblast tool that has all of the advantages of the PowerGun—plus the capability to switch between wet and dry blasting.

Regulatory Compliance

The PowerGun H2O helps you to comply with environmental safety regulations and safeguard your operators from exposure to hazardous dust:

  • It suppresses dust generated during abrasive blasting, reducing operator, co-worker, and bystander exposure.
  • It helps satisfy urban dust-abatement requirements when blasting in metropolitan area.
  • It decreases dust-containment and cleanup costs, saving you time and expense.
PowerGun H2O, Sandblast Guns

Abrasive blasting (formerly known as sandblasting) also is called grit blasting, bead blasting, media blasting, soda blasting, dry blasting, sponge blasting, shot blasting, and shot peening. However, sand should never be used when abrasive blasting because breathing abrasive containing crystalline (free) silica can lead to serious or fatal lung disease.