Preparation from scratch
MONTIPOWER CORDLESS BRISTLE BLASTER SINGLE BELT
Preparation from scratch

BRISTLE
BLASTER®
CORDLESS

Soon Available! The new electrical, battery and Click & Go version of the Bristle Blaster® makes it easier to work in areas that are difficult to access, for instance at great heights.

MONTIPOWER CORDLESS BRISTLE BLASTER BATTERY
MONTIPOWER CORDLESS BRISTLE BLASTER SINGLE BELT
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BRISTLE BLASTER® CORDLESS

The new cordless technology for the Bristle Blaster®  including the dead man switch. It includes the anti-vibrating handle, a new robust fronthead including the new patented quick click & go adaptor system.

Keep your tool within reach with the rope access kit. This is another tool to increase easy usage, safety and secure applications. The new cordless is soon available.

8 Ampere battery

Approx. 30 minutes surface preparation time

Adjustable accelerator bar to fit difficult to reach objects

Changing belts is a matter of seconds

Accessories

Rope Access Kit

The new Bristle Blaster® is soon available with a special eyelet for fastening, a snap plink or shackle. The rope access kit is another tool to increase easy usage, safety and secure applications to prepare your riser, windmills, jetty pile, tankwall or seagoing vessel coating job.

Frequently asked questions

Bristle Blaster® Cordless

What results does the Bristle Blaster® Cordless Technology deliver?

The cordless Bristle Blaster® Technology is capable of removing corrosion and coatings quickly and thoroughly. At the same time, the Bristle Blaster® creates surface preparation grades comparable with Sa 2½–3 and roughness levels of up to 120 µm Rz at aluminium

Example: Roughness levels of 65–83 µm were achieved on a pipe made of API-5L-X42 steel with rust grade D.

What is the working time of the Bristle Blaster® Cordless?

The working time of the Bristle Blaster®  per m2, depends on the following factors:

  • Hardness and quality of the base material
  • Rust grades present (A, B, C, D)
  • Coatings applied (type, thickness)
  • Scale layer
  • Adhesive residues

Example: A working speed of 1.1 m² per hour was achieved on a pipe made of API-5L-X42 steel with rust grade D.