Graco abrasive blasters are ideal for blasting in areas where dust and containment are concerns. Wet and vapor abrasive blast systems employ a mixture of water, air, and abrasive to clean and remove surface contaminants and coatings. This method is ideal for surface preparation and provides a cleaner surface with little to no embedded particles or clinging dust.
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Vapor Abrasive Blasting vs. Water Injection vs. Dry BlastingThe advantages of using an abrasive blaster over dry sand blasting are numerous, but the top benefit is you’ll eliminate up to 92% of airborne dust, while also saving on cleanup and disposal costs. And compared to slurry blasting (aka wet blasting), you’ll use far less media and water. More importantly, you won’t damage substrates when blasting with Graco’s Vapor Abrasive blasters, which also makes them ideal for restoring historically significant structures and buildings.
Better than Dry Blasting
Better than Slurry and Traditional Water-based Blasting
EcoQuip 2 - Mobile
Graco's powerful EcoQuip 2 Vapor Abrasive blasters are not only easy to use, but portable enough to take from one job to another. Blast up to 90 minutes with the EQp or up to two hours with an EQm.
EcoQuip 2 - Skid
With Graco's EcoQuip 2 Vapor Abrasive blast equipment, remove everything from paint and coatings to corrosion and residue without the wet, slurry mess you get from traditional wet abrasive blasters.
EcoQuip 2 - Trailer
Graco's EcoQuip 2 trailers are ready to go where you are. These all-in-one solutions have everything you need for the jobsite, including a 130-gallon water tank and Tier 4f air compressor.