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CONTACT US TODAY: 815-788-8660/8661 Toll Free: 1-877-382-5278 (877-EV-BLAST) Fax: 1-815-788-8662  Email: Sales@everblast.com

Everblast offers a water jet nozzle that is designed to mix water with abrasive inside a chamber within jacket structure. Moistened abrasive helps reduce dust. This is a an option worth considering when dust control is needed. Use search button on top right of page to search for our water jet nozzles e.g. WJ-5 for more info.
Quality Blast Cleaning nozzles from Everblast. When you need a competitively priced quality nozzle for your blast cleaning application look at the range we have available and variety of bore sizes.
Large Expanses of steel to be cleaned? Using either dry blasting or slurry blast cleaning? Then Everblast's high performance XLBC blast cleaning nozzles will help you increase productivity by blast cleaning faster than a standard length venturi nozzle. For more info go to search box at top right of this page and type in XLBC
Everblast carbide nozzles are used where ever a steel surface needs preparation before painting. Available with a range of holder fitting styles. Shown here is nozzle with a flange style fitting for use with a special nozzle holder.
Difficult to reach angles then take a look at Everblast's range of carbide blast cleaning angle nozzles.
Blast cleaning of small parts can be done inside blast cabinets. There are many blast cleaning cabinets on the market and most use smaller blast cleaning guns with inserts. We supply a range of inserts and short straight bore for most popular cabinet guns. Go to search button at top right of page and search e.g. UT-1
Straight bore ceramic nozzles available for blast cleaning in light duty blasting applications. Search under ceramics in our search box at top right of page.
Our high quality high and performance XLBC nozzles for use on slurry blast cleaning machines. These high performance nozzles are available with 2 thread styles. Fine brass threads for 1-1/4" Nozzle holders and coarse threads for contractor style nozzle holders. These blast nozzles are designed and built by Everblast at our facility in Crystal Lake Illinois.
Selection of carbide inserts for blast cleaning with sandblasting guns. Also shown is a carbide tipped lance for narrow pipe cleaning.
Blast Cleaning all types of vessels. From dry blasting to wet / slurry blast cleaning.

Long Venturi Carbide Nozzles

Tungsten, Boron and Silicon Carbide Nozzles for most industrial applications

Carbide Inserts

Small straight bore tungsten and boron carbide inserts for use in blast cleaning cabinets or with light duty blasting machines.

High Performance Nozzles

Extra Long Venturi, Boron Carbide nozzles used in high production blast cleaning

Water Jet Nozzles

For use in applications where dust supression/control is one of the main concerns.

Curved Nozzle - Curvo Blast

For use where standard forward shooting nozzles are unable to target abrasive stream on to work area e.g. along angle irons.

Small I.D. Pipe cleaning nozzles

For use in cleaning interior of small I.D. Pipes.



Carbide Wet Blast cleaning nozzle.  Mixes water with dry abrasive. Helps with  dust control.

Everblast,  an Illinois Company, makes and supplies sandblasting nozzles for domestic and international sandblasting and blast cleaning markets.  Our range of high quality abrasive blasting nozzles incorporate liners made using tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, Silicon Nitride,  boron carbide or ceramic. 
By far the majority of sandblasting nozzles that are made and sold have carbide liners made from Tungsten carbide. These are the workhorse of the blast cleaning industry.
Sand blast nozzles are used for wet or dry blast cleaning and surface preparation.  Everblast's abrasive blasting nozzles are used widely by professional sandblasters throughout the surface preparation industry.  Our range of high quality carbide sandblasting nozzles feature quality wear resistant liners made from a variety of industry standard materials.  
Tungsten carbide sandblasting nozzles have liners venturi shaped to provide pressure and acceleration to abrasive particles. Carbide nozzle liner are subjected to forces that will wear them away especially in critical bore area. There are a different carbide liners available for sandblasting nozzles that offer different wear resistant properties. The most common carbides used in making nozzles are Ceramic (alumina) Tungsten Carbide, Silicon Carbide or  SIlicon Nitride,and  Boron carbide.  These different carbides wear at dissimilar rates depending on media used and velocity of abrasive passing through the nozzle. 

Everblast's carbide abrasive blast cleaning or grit blasting nozzles are supplied with a choice of industry standard threads from the fine 1-1/4" threads, more commonly used in USA to coarse 2" threads widely used outside North America.. Most long venturi carbide sand-blasting nozzles are available with either 1" (25mm) or 1-1/4" (32mm) entry. We offer  a wide range of carbide inserts: tungsten carbide, boron carbide and ceramic - These inserts are generally used in suction guns operated in sandblasting cabinets and workshops where close up blast cleaning is needed.

We offer a choice of different jackets to protect carbide liners these range from our 100% armored jackets that incorporate an alloy jacket and threads to provide maximum protection against ricochet and impact to lighter weight plastic jackets that provide good impact protection for the liner.

Everblast makes a range of High performance XLBC blast cleaning nozzles these are great for using in jobs where large surface areas need to be blast cleaned and can be used for both dry and wet blasting. These light weight nozzles are long venturi style with a boron carbide liner. These nozzles available with either 1-1/4" fine threads or 2" coarse threads.

 To maximize productivity of abrasive blast cleaning system it is important to select a carbide nozzle that will be cost effective when used with a specific media.  It is important to use a sand blasting nozzle with bore to suit compressed air supply and required nozzle exit velocity. Nozzles should not constrict air and abrasive flow by going from a larger hose I.D. to a smaller nozzle entrance size. 

There are many different types of blasting media from plastic and Soda to steel shot. The work that is being performed deteremines the type of media that should be used. 

Tungsten carbide nozzles are the most commonly used nozzles in the sandblasting / abrasive blast cleaning industry. They are tough and are best suited for use in harsh work site conditions.  Tungsten carbide nozzles are economical and work well with most abrasives. If you want light weight carbide nozzles for use with the same media we offer Silicon carbide blast cleaning nozzles. Cost is higher than a comparable tungsten carbide nozzle but Silicon carbide offers a longer wear life.

Wet blasting has become more popular over the years as this method offers a way of controlling dust. However, like many methods of blast cleaning there are pros and cons. It is important that each blast cleaning company researches  to find out which method of blast cleaning (wet or dry) offers optimal results, given the type of surface preparation work being undertaken and any coatings that may subsequently be applied.

Carbide Sandblasting nozzles and ceramics are available through our network of domestic and international distributors.  Everblast Distributors focus on the abrasive blast cleaning industry and carry a range of sandblasting equipment and supplies e.g. compressors, sandblasting hose, couplings, nozzle holders, sandblasting abrasives, blast pots, blast hose, cabinets, replacement parts for sandblasting equipment, sandblast helmets, replacement lenses and other sandblasting related supplies and equipment. If you are looking for a distributor please call us. 

We supply a range of light duty ceramic nozzles for sandblasting.
What are ceramic nozzles? They are light duty alumina abrasive blast cleaning - etching- nozzles generally used in cabinets and anywhere a small blast pot is used for example spot cleaning of small parts. Ceramic nozzles have a much shorter work life than e.g. tungsten carbide.

Guide on Estimated Nozzle Service Life in hours. 

All figures are indicative and given for nozzle comparison purposes only. Actual nozzle service life will depend on operational variables, such as blast pressure, media dimensions and media particle profile. All figures are approximate.

Nozzle Liner Material Steel/Grit Shot (hours) Expendable Abrasives (Hours)  Aluminum Oxide (Hours)
Ceramic 20-40 10-30 1-4
Tungsten Carbide 500-800 300-400 20-40
Silicon Carbide/Silicon Nitride 600-1000 400-600 50-100
Silicon Composite 1400-2300 700-1450 180-900
Boron Carbide 1500-2500 750-1500  200 - 1000

Please contact us for more information:
Telephone: 815-788-8660/8661    Toll Free: 1-877-382-5278 (877-EV-BLAST)    Fax: 1-815-788-8662

Email us at: Sales@everblast.com

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