Sandblaster ST-555 – one tool, six blasting agents, numerous applications

The new sandblaster ST-555 by Suttner provides perfect abrasion and cleaning results in combination with the most varied sandblasting granules.

Thanks to its stainless steel body, the ST-555 features utmost pressure resistance up to a continuous operating pressure of 500 bar.

The three symmetrical high-pressure nozzles in the blasting head provide for a flow of the blasting agent without any deflections. This is how wear of the ceramic diffuser nozzle with TPE coating is reduced to a minimum and pulse energy of the blasting agent is used optimally.

The sandblaster is suitable for dust-free blasting of the following solids with a grain size ranging from 0.2 to 1.5 mm:

  • Glass beads
    for cleaning of copper and bronze as well as polishing of stainless steel
  • Glass powder
    for cleaning of stainless steel and natural stone or for removal of graffiti from light surfaces
  • Slag (fine)
    for cleaning of sandstone or brick as well as removal of graffiti from dark surfaces
  • Slag (coarse)
    removal of rust from metals or of old coatings and paintings. cleaning and grinding of concrete surfaces
  • Sodium carbonate (water-soluble)
    cleaning of sensitive surfaces such as aluminium, glass, plastics, stainless steel
  • Mineral blasting agent (sand)
    removal of rust from metals or of old coatings and paintings. Cleaning and grinding of concrete surfaces. Varnish removal.

The supplied double suction pipe can be set continuously and thus enables perfect metering of the amount of blasting agent and thanks to the different nozzle sizes, the blasting head can be adjusted to the performance of the device and to the sensitiveness of the surface structure.

The blasting agent hose included in the scope of supply has a length of 4 m. It can be extended to 10 m without suffering any considerable performance loss. In this case, the height difference to overcome should not exceed 2 m.
The backflow of water into the blasting agent hose is prevented efficiently by the geometry inside the blasting head. Bonding of the blasting agent in the blasting head is thus almost excluded.

For detailed information about our sandblaster ST-555, please refer to our flyer available as PDF download.