Manual dry ice blaster BL60
for the medical industry

manual dry ice blaster
manual dry ice blaster
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for the medical industry


Powerful and reliable for the specialist contractor. Affordable for a factory, who only needs efficient and immediate cleaning. The BL60 is built on an extremely solid frame, suitable for hard working environment. • Easy to use user-friendly control panel • Light and easy to use a single hose with supersonic speed • Easy to transport and move around with its low weight and compactness • Large, insulated hopper for fewer refills per day • Adjustable blast pressure from 1 – 14 bar • The variable dry-ice feed rate for fine-tuning cleaning aggression and better economy • 1-inch blast air piping for improved airflow and more effective cleaning at the same dry ice and compressed air consumption rates. • Operates with 1.7 up to 3 mm pellets • Easy access stainless steel housing which protects the dry-ice feed system from dust and water • Lightweight blast gun with a safety system to eliminate accidental start Optional light-feature on gun • A wide range of nozzles from high-intensity point cleaning through to wide 'fish-tail' nozzles, and including nozzles specially adapted for use with 'factory' air to suit every application Technical Data: • Dimension (LxWxH): 700x530x1100 mm • Weight: 88 kg • Hopper capacity: 23 kg • Dry-ice consumption: 30-80 kg/h • Air hose connection: ¾" jaw • Blast air piping: 1" • Air supply: 2-14 m³/min. at 1-14 bar • Power supply: 110V/220V - 50/60 Hz • Power consumption: 750W Application: • Aerospace • Automotive • Contract Cleaning • Electrical • Fire Restoration • Food and Beverage • Foundry • General Maintenance • Historical Restoration • Medical Device Manufacturing • Mold Remediation • Plastics • Printing • Rubber • Weld Line Cleaning • Wood


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