The modulator is the heart of your system; the engine running the machine; the thing that turns your blaster from a simple dirt-chucker to a sophisticated surface-refinement tool. Learn more about this essential component to any Comco blaster, how to spot modulator wear, and how to replace it.
Pedal pumping, or pumping the footswitch, on an AccuFlo or MicroBlaster damages key blaster components. Pedal pumping also wastes abrasive and leads to results that are hard to repeat. Learn why pedal pumping starts and how to stop.
Does your MicroBlaster or AccuFlo suffer from unstable or weak air pressure and flow? This post looks at what could be standing in the way of your blaster’s peak performance, including connecting to your air source properly, overcoming air leaks, and removing airflow restrictions.
Recycling abrasive is hazardous to your blaster and your efficiency. Spent abrasive may look as good as the fresh stuff, but it cannot yield the same results. Learn why, how particles break down, what contaminants hide in your hopper, and the critical detail your job shop may miss.
Have a ProCenter Plus? Upkeep is easy. Follow these 5 steps to extend the life and wellbeing of this integrated workstation from Comco.
Increasing the blast pressure may produce desired results faster, or it may turn that beautiful matte finish into a cratered moon surface. Here’s what you need to know before you crank that pressure all the way up.