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Revealing Sandblasting TRUE Nozzle Time

Having visited thousands upon thousands of jobsites over the past 40+ years, there’s one thing we know for sure… Over 90% of jobsite foreman have no accurate assessment of how long their crew actually blasts. When asked, the most common answer is 6 hours.

However, when a blast pot timer is installed on jobsite pots, the numbers tell a different story.

So what IS the average time recorded when a timer is first used? 3-4 hours.

That’s a 33%-50% OVER-estimation of true nozzle time and productivity.

In this week’s Primed Insight, Nathan spotlights this simple yet extremely valuable product.

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