New Shopping Cart...
Norton Sandblasting Equipment launched a new and improved online shopping cart on May 17th! We are confident you will enjoy the new layout, improved navigation and other features. Our new cart is compliant with industry security standards (as was our previous cart) and is hosted by SparkPay, a Capital One company. We appreciate the many loyal web customers we've served online since 2005! We look forward to meeting your sandblasting equipment and supply needs with our NEW cart.
Cool incoming air on your Nova™ blast helmet by up to 52 degrees Fahrenheit (29°C) or heat it by up to 33 degrees (18°C) by simply switching the mixing lever from hot to cold!
When Rick Dale
needed to upgrade his sandblaster, he called on Norton Sandblasting Equipment. Dave Norton stopped by to meet Rick and the American Restoration crew when he was in Las Vegas for a trade show. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future to provide equipment and techniques to help resolve their restoration blasting challenges
in your compressed air is a big problem! It makes the abrasive in your blast machine damp or wet, causing the abrasive flow from the machine to be uneven and reduce or even completely block media flow. The operator may need to open the media valve to get more grit, thus wasting the grit. Moist abrasive media can adhere to the internal components of the blaster, and when it dries, it can be difficult to remove! We have solutions!