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Air Cooling and Drying Package by The Soda Works

To get the best results when soda blasting, the air you use needs to be completely dry. Any moisture in the compressed air will be absorbed by the soda causing it to cake, clump and jam your equipment. This results in down time and If you are hooking up a patented Buster Blaster soda blasting pot to your current air compressor you will need to dry the air before it gets to the soda blaster. Since hot air holds more moisture you need to cool the air before the water can be removed.

The air cooling/drying package manufactured by The Soda Works is just the thing you need. These are the same components that are integrated into the Buster Blaster 100 Mobile unit. They were designed and built to work with the BB-100 and we know they do!

The BBCD package pictured to the right includes:

  • Twin 185 cfm (370 cfm total) air coolers with 12-volt switched and fused fans mounted on a free standing powder-coated frame.
  • 500 cfm high efficiency centrifugal moisture separator.
  • 1 – 15′ hi-temp connector hose.
  • 2 – 10′ connector hoses.

This package has a maximum nozzle flow capacity of 210 cfm (#5 or 5/16″ nozzle at 150 psi) and is generally required when purchasing the Buster Blaster 100 soda blast pot (without compressor) and when you are using a #5 nozzle and supplying an appropriately sized air compressor.

We now offer two air cooling/drying packages:

  1. BBECD – Economy Single Air Cooler/Dryer Pack
    Includes single 185 cfm air cooler with 12 volt switched fan, up to 500 cfm high efficiency centrifugal moisture separator and two interconnect hoses. Maximum nozzle air flow capacity of 100 cfm or #4 (1/4″) nozzle.
  2. BBCD –  Contractor Twin Air Cooler/Dryer Pack
    Includes twin 185 cfm air cooler with 12 volt switched fans, up to 500 cfm high efficiency centrifugal moisture separator and three interconnect hoses. Maximum nozzle air flow capacity of 210 cfm or #5 (5/16″) nozzle.

    NOTE: Air flow specifications of the coolers/dryers are much higher than the recommended maximum nozzle size air flow. Why? The air must remain in the cooler long enough to actually cool the air and condense the moisture, otherwise what’s the use. We see competitors selling a single compressed air cooler and then letting their customers use a #5 nozzle and it just doesn’t work. This philosophy also holds true for our moisture separator and that’s why we use design and use a super efficient centrifugal unit that is featured on all of our models.

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