HartCo 930S Regular Grip Sandblast

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Hartco 930-S Regular Grip 30 mil Sandblast film is often referred to as the "Equalizer 930". The 930 has all the pliability and toughness of rubber without the powdery residue, distortion of image, and other detriments. This product solves all your “rubber resist headaches” while still providing what you love most! The Regular Grip (S) adhesive is designed for sandblasting on smooth concrete, glazed brick, polished stone, and other smooth surface substrates that require high blasting pressure.  It can also be used for all painted wood, raw wood, and wood alternative surfaces, primed foam, glass, plexiglass, Avonite, and Corian. Always do a sample test. The 930 is a fully cured and stable vinyl stencil with all the advantages of vinyl while eliminating the disadvantage of rubber.

Specifications:
  • 27.5 mil Vinyl
  • 2.5 Mil Water Base Acrylic Adhesive
  • Air Pressure Limits: 90 to 100 psi
  • Compatible Grits: Sand, Aluminum Oxide, Garnet, Silica Carbide, Glass Beads, many others
  • Blade: 60° 
  • Shelf Life: Up to 1 year
  • Storage: Do not allow material to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time
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08/06/2017
Anonymous
Frisco, CO

Been sandblasting since 1980. 930 Equalizer makes the grade. You can use regular paper pickup tape with it. I'm pleased.