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Old 09-06-2005, 03:26 PM
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Question For Lou., Ky. Blasters

I just purchased a blasting cabinet. I want to buy some blasting media and don't know where to get it. Could someone tell me a good place to purchase aluminum oxide in the Louisville, Ky. area? I'm anxious to start knocking paint and rust off. I live about 25 miles southeast of Louisville.

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I get my sand at the local rental place.....they rent sandblasters and can get the sand.....Maybe a rental place can get what you want.
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Tractor Supply over on Preston hwy. should have what you need
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I Have Gotten Sand From Home Depot
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An industrial supply shop should have what you are looking for. A local place down the street from me rents bobcats, cranes, sandblasters, etc. I buy 100lb bags for only $7 each, and that is for quartzite sand (not playbox sand).
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I get my media blasting supplies here. http://www.tptools.com/ You certainly don't want to use sand in a media blast cabinet. Media blasting material is made to use over and over. They also have a good tech department that will recommend the proper media for what you are using it for. Such as if you have moisture in your system. I also get my replacement nozzles, window covers, and other supplies here. They are good to deal with and shipping is quick.
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