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Sandblasting gloves


#1

While we’re on the subject of gloves, does any one know of a
supplier for size SMALL rubber “gauntlet” style gloves that will fit
a table top sandblaster-- the plastic, 4 legged kind with the plexi
lid.

Andy cooperman
coopermanjewelry.com


#2

McMaster-Carr is where I get my sand blaster gloves. Part # 5278T2
is a 16" neoprene glove that works for me in the small sand blaster

Jim Binnion

James Binnion Metal Arts
Phone (360) 756-6550
Toll Free (877) 408 7287
Fax (360) 756-2160


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#3

Andy, you may not need a small size at all but one a little bigger
for that purpose. Go to a hardware or grocery market and in the
cleaning products section look at the many different gloves for
sale. I believe, last time I bought some, that Playtex Living Gloves
have the longest arm length. You might need to rig extra shields in
the armholes of the blaster, but that’s doable with heavy duty
plastic bags. Get creative and have fun.

Patricia


#4
    While we're on the subject of gloves, does any one know of a
supplier for size SMALL rubber "gauntlet" style gloves that will
fit a table top sandblaster-- the plastic, 4 legged kind with the
plexi lid. 

I have a small cyclone pencil blast cabinet sold by Rio that had
absolutely miserable gloves-- they were rather small and thin and
were near impossible to install and keep installed. They did not last
long as the material rapidly decayed… I replaced them with $5.95
blasting gloves from Harbor Freight… These are installed by using a
4 inch PVC pipe couplings that they fit over and then this assembly
then slides into the port with great ease. You should use the sch
40 couplings (about .30 inch thick) rather than the thin ones. The
nearest home depot only has the thin ones now. You can find blast
and glovebox gloves at:

http://www.jenessco.com/

Regular blast gloves are pretty heavy but they work for me. Also look
at glove box or dry box gloves.

jesse