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Blast Machine Systems
Contractor Series
Abrasive Blasting Systems
The Performance System
Abrasive Blast
Machines
and Accessories
That
Deliver Productivity,
Safety, Performance
and Versatility
Exclusively
from Clemco
Contractor
Blast Machines
Millennium
Remote Control
Valve
Quantum
Abrasive
Metering Valve
Apollo Helmets
Blast Suits
T
he Contractor Series concept represents
Clemco’s commitment to keeping you, the
contractor, operating at peak efficiency. To
that end, the Contractor Series product line
includes nozzles, holders, couplings, and hoses
selected specifically to complement the performance and durability of your Contractor Blast
Machine — built to the highest quality standards.
Contractor Series Blast Machine
Available in Capacities of
Two, Four, & Six Cubic Feet
Abrasive Trap Protects
Millennium Remote
Control Valve
CPF Breathing
Air Filters
Cool Air Tubes
& Climate
Control Valves
Nozzles &
Nozzle Holders
EasyAccess
Weatherproof
Storage
Area For
Operator
Manuals
All Hose
Connections
Conveniently
Located
Heavy-duty Handles
Form a Protective Cage
Around Components
Millennium
Remote
Control
Valve
Optional CPF
Breathing
Air Filter
Hoses &
Couplings
Spare Parts &
Consumables
Quantum Abrasive Metering Valve
Literature &
Safety Books
Ergonomically designed blast machine system
Built-in Cart
With Large
Free-Wheeling
Tires For Easy
Transport
Contractor Blast
Machine Systems
Durability —
Designed
to Last,
Built to Last
We manufacture your
Contractor Blast Machine
to stand up to years of
field use.
The ASME-certified
welders at Clemco’s plant
in Washington, MO. have
an average of 10 years
experience. Using computer-controlled
equipment,
these craftsmen
lay down
smooth, continuous welds along
every seam, so
the pressure
Exclusively from Clemco Industries Corp.
Y
our Contractor Blast Machine
comes mounted on an
ergonomic cart made from
heavy-duty steel tubing. This built-in
cart makes it easy to move your blast
machine — both at the blast site and
onto and off your pickup or trailer.
The cart’s handles form a cage that
protects the components most likely to
be damaged — remote control valves,
piping and CPF breathing air filter.
On the lighter two-cubic-foot model, two wheels
are provided.
All are rated for 150 psi working pressure — that’s
20-percent higher than most standard machines.
Use that extra pressure to safely increase your
production rate. Your Contractor Blast Machine is
ASME-certified, which is your assurance that the
pressure vessel will stand up to years of
high-production blasting.
On four-cubic-foot and six-cubic
foot models, large rear tires and smaller
front tires make moving your
Contractor Blast Machine a breeze.
The free wheeling tires roll easily over
minor surface irregularities and the cart
safely supports the weight to eliminate
the strain on your back.
vessel is
durable and
leak-proof.
The plate steel walls and the spun steel
cone and head meet ASME standards.
Contractor Blast
Machine Systems
The large hand hole is
reinforced with a ring of
3/8 inch steel, cut to conform to the wall of the blast
machine and welded inside
and out, leaving fewer nooks
and crannies where
abrasive can collect.
Each and every Contractor
Blast Machine is hydrostatically tested. After testing,
each Contractor Blast
Machine is stamped
with a unique National
Board Number.
An overhead monorail
carries the Contractor
The steel handles double as skids to allow
you to pull the blast machine into the truck
bed and leave it horizontal, resting on the
handles, to reduce your truck’s center of
gravity.
Blast Machines into the
blastroom, where the rust,
mill scale, weld spatter and
burrs are removed, then into
the paint booth for a
coat of oil- resistant and
scratch-resistant
paint.
During final assembly,
our employees test
each compo-
Contractor Blast
Machine Systems
nent — then
double check
the entire
blast machine
for leaks,
remote control
operation, and
overall fit and
function.
Clemco has
been building blast
machines for
more than
50 years.
The Contractor
Blast Machines
are the best yet.
Six-cubic-foot model Contractor Blast Machine.
Not just different ... better
Aside from the pressure vessel,
everything else about your Contractor
Blast Machine looks different from
conventional machines. Our engineers started with a blank screen and
a mandate to design a versatile system
that is as productive as current technology allows.
Details make the difference. The
diameter of the formed steel tubing was
selected, not just for its structural
properties, but for the way it fits
comfortably in the average adult hand.
This makes moving the cart easier and
safer.
Four-cubic-foot model Contractor Blast Machine.
Hookup points for blast hose and
remote controls are all mounted on
the front leg, and a space is provided
for your breathing air line, so you
spend less time fumbling with
connections and more time blasting.
Contractor Blast
Machine Systems
Also in the front leg — a weathertight storage bin for your owner’s
manuals, so your operating instructions, maintenance schedule, and
replacement parts lists are always at
your fingertips.
Convenient hookup points for hoses.
Weather-tight storage bin in
front leg to keep manuals.
Two-cubic-foot model Contractor Blast Machine.
When your Contractor Blast
Machine does need service, you will
appreciate our engineers’ other mandate — keep it simple. The unique,
Millennium inlet/outlet remote control
valve has just two moving parts and
can be field serviced with standard
tools. The companion Quantum
metering valve, handles all conventional abrasive and is just as simple as
the remote control valve.
Optional screen and cover keep out debris.
Reliability —
Integrated
Remote
Controls and
Metering
Valves
The Millennium and
Quantum valves were
Millennium
Remote Control System
Reliable, integrated remote control valve and exhaust muffler
Shown here as a simple pressure-release system.
Inlet and outlet functions are combined with
the Millennium Remote Control Valve.
designed, tested and
Millennium Remote Control
Valve in open position.
refined simultaneously,
so they operate at the
same pressures and
share common air fittings. There’s nothing to
adapt, no bushings to
reduce, no orifice fittings
to mismatch.
The Millennium and
Quantum valves share a
design philosophy. We
design them to last and
Millennium Remote Control
Valve in closed position.
build them with precision. We incorporated
die-cast housings and
tough steel
actuators.
A
ll Contractor Blast
Machines come with Clemco’s
exclusive Millennium pneumatic remote
control valve, which combines inlet and
outlet functions. It starts and stops faster,
so you spend less time waiting, and more
time blasting.
Pressing the remote control handle
simultaneously actuates both the inlet and
outlet portions of the valve. Some
systems activate one valve then the other,
which can slow response times.
For repetitive short-cycle blasting, order the
Contractor Blast Machine configured for pressurehold operation. It eliminates the delay between the
time you actuate the remote control and blasting
begins. Also, this system includes an abrasive cutoff
switch for remote control actuation of the abrasive
flow, which allows air-only blasting to dry surfaces
after wetblasting.
The Millennium pneumatic remote control
valve combines inlet and outlet functions.
Optional
electric
remote
controls
Quantum
Metering Valve
Quantum –
Engineered For
Lasting
Economy
All parts normally
exposed to abrasive
flow are made
from durable,
wear-resistant
material. Even
the metering
adjustment
knob is
designed and
built to stand up
to real world use
and abuse.
Metering and valve actuation are separate functions in the
Quantum. Precision screw control accurately meters all
common blast media.
For Complete Control
T
he Quantum accurately meters all common
blast media — from coarse steel grit to slag to
fine glass bead. Just empty the blast machine, pour
in the new media, and start blasting.
For contractors, the Quantum’s flexibility
reduces downtime between jobs that require different blast media. For rental outlets, owning Contractor Series systems makes every blast machine ready
to roll out the door regardless of the application.
Any common blasting media the customer chooses
will be compatible.
The remote control actuator section of
the Quantum, which is included only
on systems equipped for pressurehold or remote abrasive cutoff, stops
the flow of abrasive positively and
instantly.
As with all the remote control
valves on your Contractor Blast
Machine, the Quantum’s actuator has
a built-in fail to safe feature that stops
the flow of abrasive if the signal from
the remote control handle is interrupted for any reason.
Metering and valve actuation are separate functions on the Quantum. In fact, the simple metering
portion alone is all that’s needed for most contractors
with pressure-release applications.
Inside the Quantum, a hardened steel metering
plate precisely controls the flow of abrasive. The
contractor adjusts abrasive flow by turning the knob.
The metering plate, which receives most of the
wear, can be replaced in the field in minutes using
standard tools.
The Quantum Metering Valve features
precision adjustment.
Operator
Friendly
Operator Safety
and Comfort Systems
Clemco’s safety equipment represents the
culmination of
more than 50 years of
experience
C
ontractor Series safety and comfort
systems include two versions of the
Apollo helmet, the CPF breathing-air filter,
a variety of options for air conditioning,
blast suit and leather gloves.
G.
making
abrasive blast
equipment.
The function,
design, and
construction
The Apollo 60 features double-shell construction that provides
air circulation around the
operator’s head. Noise
levels inside the helmet
are kept low, thanks to
Clemco’s exclusive air
distribution systems.
J.
I.
C.
B.
are direct
results of input from
professional
blast
operators
and managers
throughout
the world.
Clemco
equipment is
NIOSH
approved,
Budget-minded blast
operators will prefer the
new box front Apollo 20,
which satisfies type CE
requirements affordably.
The Apollo helmet is a
positive pressure system
where air is brought into
the top of the helmet,
passes over the entire
head and is filtered out
through a knitted neck
band that gently seals
against the operator’s
neck. The neck band on
the Apollo 60 can be
easily zippered from the
full length cape for
cleaning.
D.
A.
of our safety
equipment
H.
E.
F.
A. Hinge-mounted locking
window frame facilitates easy
loading of tear-off lenses
B. Tabbed outer tear-off acetate
lenses
ensure clear vision
C. Acoustical foam layers attached
to helmet wall for additional sound
reduction
D. Inner acetate lens precision
fitted into an air-tight seal to
prevent entry of dust and abrasive
E. Extra large sight window gives
a full view of the blasting area
F. Built-in chin strap for
stability
G. Unique air distribution
chamber ensures an even flow
of air throughout the helmet
H. Double-shell construction
protects against common
impacts
I. Bright color stands out in
blast environment
J. Fully adjustable suspended
head harness
with sweatband for increased
comfort
assuring you
and your
blast operators of
complete compliance with
current OSHA
regulations.
APOLLO 60
APOLLO 20
The Apollo 60 and Apollo 20 helmets are the industry standards for Type CE air-fed respirators.
Climate
Control
and
Cool Air
Tube
options
for
breathing
air control
Featuring
Clemco’s APF 1000-Rated
Apollo Helmets
C
ontractor Blast Machine systems can be ordered with
a built-in CPF breathing air filter so you never have to
worry about leaving this important piece of safety
equipment behind. The CPF traps moisture, oil, and dirt, so
the air that reaches your respirator is clean and odor-free.
Every component of your filter cartridge is made from
virgin material purchased from reputable suppliers. Your
lungs are too important to trust to filters made from recycled
filter elements.
No breathing air filter can provide complete protection.
Carbon monoxide (CO), a deadly gas, can be produced by
some air compressors.
The CMS-2 Carbon Monoxide Alarm detects CO and
triggers an alarm at 10 ppm.
Clemco’s Heavy Duty blast
suit provides the best and
most comfortable operator
protection.
Clemco’s Seasonal blast
suit costs less and weighs
less, yet offers ample
protection for many
applications. Perfect for
rental and for non-blast
personnel.
For added convenience, the
CPF mounts on the
Contractor Blast Machine.
CMS-2 carbon monoxide
alarm detects CO in compressed air supplies.
Nozzles, Hoses, Couplings & Holders
C
ontractor Series
nozzles include
Clemco’s most
popular silicon carbide and tungsten
carbide models, with
contractor threads or flange
mount.
The large-entry nozzles and largediameter blast hose deliver restriction-free flow of air and abrasive
from the blast machine to the nozzle.
Since introducing the venturi nozzle over forty years
ago, Clemco has continued to refine its basic design.
The Contractor Nozzle features wide, deep-pitched
threads to prevent galling by trapped dust, dirt and
abrasive particles and provide more “meat” to firmly
hold the nozzle.
These nozzles offer a
choice of metal, or
urethane, or rubber
jackets.
Supa blast hose outsells all other blast hose.
Its popularity is due to its
ultra-light weight and
unsurpassed flexibility.
Supa blast hose is manufactured to Clemco’s
exacting specifications.
There are scores of nozzles to
choose from in the Contractor
Series product line.
Order Supa Hose or 2-braid Blast Hose in 25- or 50-foot
lengths with inside diameters of 1 or 1-1/4 inches. 4-ply is
available in same lengths with the additional option of
1-1/2-inch inside diameter.
Nozzles, Hoses, Couplings & Holders
W
e’ve also made our most
popular couplings and holders
available as part of the Contractor
Series product line. They include the
nylon couplings for hose-to-hose
connections, and the nylon threaded
quick couplings to fit the blast
machine outlet.
All our nylon couplings include
Clemco’s unique spring lock pins for
built-in safety. Our fiber-reinforced
nylon will not crack or shatter. A
coupling made from it can pop back
to its original shape after being
crushed by a car or light truck tire.
Clemco nozzle holders,
made from the same high-impact
nylon, accept all Contractor-threaded
nozzles. The large thread pattern
eliminates binding, so you can
remove and replace nozzles quickly
and resume blasting.
The Contractor Series selection includes the nylon
couplings for hose-to-hose connections, and the nylon
threaded quick couplings to fit the blast machine outlet.
Nylon couplings include Clemco’s unique spring lock pins
for built-in safety.
The large thread pattern on the Contractor
nozzles eliminates binding and makes
changing nozzles quick and easy.
Quality
Spares &
Consumables
We manufacture
Clemco spare parts to
meet the tolerances and
material compositions
specified by the engineers who designed the
equipment.
Our engineers select
materials to deliver
maximum performance,
productivity, and safety.
Imitation spare parts can
approximate the look of
genuine Clemco spares,
but their makers can only
guess at the exact specifications.
When they
guess wrong,
you pay — in
lost production,
in down time,
and in
increased risk
of accidents
and injuries.
Using imitation
parts for critical
blast machine components or for any respirator component risks
product failure, voids the
manufacturer’s warranty,
violates OSHA rules,
and increases your liability in the event of
accident or injury.
Use Genuine
Clemco
Replacement Parts
B
y their very nature, blast machines require a steady supply of high-quality spare parts.
High pressures, high-speed abrasives, and rough handling in the field all conspire to
wear out your blast machine.
We know you can buy low-cost counterfeit parts, but we know too the value, high
performance, and durability you expect. We manufacture the highest quality parts and
accessories and back them with a worldwide network of Distributors. We are committed
to your satisfaction.
Profitable contractors know the value of this reliable source of parts, service, and
advice. They also know the risks — to safety, production loss, equipment damage, and
voided warranties posed by knock-off parts. Using Clemco parts for your Contractor
Series equipment actually costs less because they last longer, protect your safety and
health, and deliver the maximum performance you demand.
Literature, Manuals and
Technical Support
C
lemco offers free factory training for every Distributor.
For the contractor, Clemco offers
detailed operating and maintenance
instructions with each product we
sell. To help you get the most from
your new equipment, every
Contractor Blast Machine comes
with a copy of “Blast Off 2”. This
informative booklet helps you learn
the basics of blast cleaning — applications, equipment set-up, safety precautions, and general maintenance
procedures. Clemco’s worldwide
network includes numerous distributors
and dealers, rental outlets, and six
District Representatives.
If you have a question not covered
by your owner’s
manual that
your Distributor
can’t answer —
your Distributor
can call Clemco
or the Sales
Representative for
answers. They can
handle most
troubleshooting
procedures over the
telephone in just a
few minutes.
Safety equipment for
abrasive blasting must
conform to rigid standards
and be certified for NIOSH
approval. Using any replacement parts, other
than those specified by
the manufacturer, voids
any NIOSH approval and
exposes the blast operator to increased risk of
injury and death.
Supporting the
Blasting
Industry
Clemco is committed to
safe, high-production
blast cleaning as the most
cost-effective method for
removing contaminants
and preparing all types of
surfaces for coatings.
For more than 40 years,
Clemco has produced
books and materials used
by contractors to train
themselves and their
employees. And, Clemco
developed an Abrasive
Blast Cleaning course for
SSPC, the Society for
Protective Coatings.
Clemco Sales
Representatives support
local Distributors and
offer technical and application related consulting.
For the name of the
authorized Clemco
Distributor near you,
call (636) 239-0300.
To receive your copy of
the Clemco UPDATE
newsletter, send us your
name, company name, email
and mailing addresses.
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The Clemco Advantage
Contractor Series:
Productivity,
Safety, and
Versatility
Clemco has manufactured high-quality abrasive blast cleaning equipment for more
than 50 years. The Contractor Series represents the future of portable abrasive blast
cleaning — products designed and built to withstand the rigors of field use, yet packed
with the features that make them safe, easy to operate, and easy to maintain.
Clemco is proud of its reputation for innovative products and services. Your use of
Clemco’s products makes that innovation possible. Thank you.
All of our products are available exclusively through any of our distributors and
dealers in the U.S. and Canada. Clemco International supports a worldwide network of
subsidiaries, licensees, and distributors producing abrasive blast equipment to meet the
needs of contractors around the world.
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without notice. Consult equipment owner’s manual for
specifications.
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Classic Clemco – Tough, Reliable, Quality Blast Machines
Self-cleaning exhaust
muffler greatly reduces
bleed-off noise.
Semi-elliptical head for
larger storage of abrasive.
Urethane-coated pop-up
valve with external sleeve
for long wear life and fast
pressurization.
Pop-up valve umbrella
(optional) relieves load
pressure, when hopper
is in place.
Large 6” x 8” inspection
door for easy access to
inside.
Fast, safe remote controls built for years of
dependability.
Heavy-gauge construction
pressure vessel fabricated
for rugged field service.
Built to ASME standards.
Heavy-duty piping
assembled tightly
against tank avoids
unnecessary protrusions.
Conical 35° bottom ensures
total use of abrasive and
uninterrupted abrasive flow.
45° abrasive flow into air
stream – the natural way to
uniformly mix air and abrasive. Eliminates premature
wear found in 90° systems.
A tough stainless steel plate
meters precisely. Clean-out
provides access to foreign
matter.
Full-flow stainless steel
teflon-sealed ball valve
with brass body
provides unrestricted
air flow.
Built to offer years of reliable service.
Flexible pusher line
guarantees air flow
without pressure loss
caused by elbows; and
eases valve replacement.
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CLEMCO ABRASIVE METERING VALVES
Application Guide
Model/
Description
Standard Equipment on:
Manual or Remote
Applications
Stock No. Pneumatic Control Type (abrasives/media)
FSV Flat
Sand Valve
Classic blast machine,
2 cuft and larger
02427
Manual
Pressure
Release
Use with expendable mineral
& slag abrasives; does not
work well with metallic media.
Quantum Valve
Contractor & Classic
machines
22845
Manual
Pressure
Release
Use with all common abrasives; mineral, slag, or metallic.
LPV Valve
Lo-Pot machines
05680
Manual
Pressure
Release
Use with expendable mineral
& slag abrasives.
MSV Valve
0.5 & 1 cuft Classic
machines
01247
Manual
Pressure
Release
Use with expendable mineral
& slag abrasives; not recommended for use with fine
mesh media or glass bead.
Machines with 1/2" piping
Sentinel Valve
Classic machines with pressure-hold remotes or ACS;
industrial blast machines.
20508
Pneumatic
Pressure-hold
and abrasive
cut-off systems
ACS applications: all media;
use with abrasives coarser
than 50 mesh; requires 50 to
70 psi to fully open plunger.
2 cuft & larger machines
Alternate Use
Metering Valves — Precise Abrasive Metering
One of the most important features of the blast machine is the abrasive metering valve. Selecting the
right valve for your application is the key to productivity and efficiency.
MEDIA
The Quantum valve handles all types of
media, minerals, slags, and metallic
media. Its simple design with few moving
parts allows for precise media metering
and easy maintenance. The Quantum fits
machines from 2 to 20 cubic feet.
The FSV is the tried-and-true, work horse
of the industry, an original Clemco design,
now copied across the globe. It is used on
machines from 2-cubic feet to 20-cubic
feet.
The MSV,
suited to
expendable
media, is used
on our 1/2and 1-cubic
foot machines.
The LPV is a low-profile valve for mineral and slag abrasives used on Lo-Pots.
The normally-closed Sentinel valve is
used on 2- to 20-cubic foot machines. It
handles all media types, and has an abrasive cut-off (ACS) feature. The ACS
allows the operator to shut off the abrasive flow and blow off the surface with air
after blasting. The Sentinel is used on
pneumatic and electric pressure-release
systems and on pneumatic and electric
pressure-hold systems.
The FSV, Quantum, and Sentinel
valves are designed to feed abrasive into the air stream at 45
degrees. This design feature eliminates turbulence, minimizes wear
on fittings, and ensures smooth,
consistent flow.
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Blast Machine Systems
Clemco’s smaller
machines are light,
transportable, and
industrial quality.
Rugged, Reliable, Proven
Model 1028
1/2 cubic foot capacity
More than fifty years of reliable field service have made
Clemco blast machines the preferred equipment for
industrial blasting and painting contractors.
Model 1042
Clemco machines are built tough to endure real world
use. With wear-parts positioned for quick replacement,
Clemco blast machines virtually eliminate downtime, so
they spend more time at the job site; less time in the shop.
Tall and slim, can be
moved empty with
ease from blast site to
blast site.
Choose from 1/2-cu. ft. to 20-cu. ft. capacity, in
portable or stationary models — blast machine only or
machine system.
Complete System
1 cubic foot capacity
Clemco’s fully
equipped and accessorized systems offer
everything needed to
blast except air and
abrasive.
Take the guesswork out of buying a blast machine by
ordering a complete system, which includes the blast
machine, remote controls, nozzle, couplings, blast hose,
Apollo helmet, air filter, and spare parts — everything but
the compressed-air components and abrasive.
BLAST MACHINE CONSTRUCTION
• Pressure vessels built to ASME code.
• Concave head stores abrasive for loading.
• Conical bottom ensures smooth abrasive flow and
complete emptying.
• Large inspection door for access to the interior.
• Wear-resistant urethane-coated pop-up valve seals
tight and lasts longer.
Model 3661
10 cubic foot capacity
BLAST MACHINES FOR INDUSTRIAL
APPLICATIONS
Stationary models are suitable for industrial use in blast
rooms or for other applications requiring a large volume,
yet economical, blast machine. Stationary machines adapt
to fixed sites or to custom truck (or trailer) mounted
systems.
Model 3680
20 cubic foot capacity
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Blast Machines and Remote Controls
Decades of experience enable
Clemco to produce blast
machines suitable for a wide
range of jobs.
Model 1642
2 cubic foot capacity
150 psi
Working
Pressure
is standard
on this
model.
150 psi
Working
Pressure
is standard
on this
model.
Model 1648
3 cubic foot capacity
A mid-size blast machine, a
favorite of rental yards.
Model 2452
Model 1642
6 cubic foot capacity
This larger capacity blast
machine is the obvious choice for
professional blasting contractors,
shipyards, railcar re-man facilities and large scale
industrial production.
150 psi
Working
Pressure
is standard
on this
model.
Model 1642
2 cubic foot capacity
Model 2463
8 cubic foot capacity
Dual blast chambers permit continuous blasting. Twin outlets
allow two operators to work
without interference.
Model 2443
6 cubic foot capacity
Lo-Pot Blast Machines
are designed for ease
in abrasive loading.
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Remote Controls —
Critical Operator Safety Accessory
OSHA’s requirements for remote control blasting safety lie at the heart
of Clemco’s Remote Control Systems:
“Abrasive blast cleaning nozzles shall be equipped with an operating valve which
must be held open manually... (OSHA 1926.302 (b) (10)
A ‘deadman’ control device shall be provided at the nozzle end of the blasting hose
...to provide direct cutoff (of abrasive to the blast hose) in the event the blaster loses
control of the hose... (OSHA 1915.34 (c) (1) (iv)”
Abrasive Trap
Outlet Valves
Piston Outlet
Valve
Muffler
Sentinel
Valve
Abrasive
Trap
Petcock
Inlet
Valve
RLX
Twinline
Hose
Single
Line
ACS
Hose
Intlet
Valve
Twinline
Hose
RLX
ACS
Switch
TLR 100/300 Pneumatic Remote Controls
The Clemco TLR 100 and 300 pressure-release
pneumatic systems operate on the return-air
principle. A handle installed at the nozzle connects
pneumatically to inlet and outlet valves on the blast
machine. With the safety petcock on the inlet valve
closed, the operator depresses the handle which opens
the inlet valve and closes the outlet to start blasting;
releasing the handle reverses the process and blasting
stops. This safety system stops blasting should the
operator lose control of the nozzle. And when the
blast session is over, the safety petcock is opened to
prevent activation, even when the handle is depressed.
TLR 50 for 1/2-inch piped machines operates similarly but
is not shown.
TLR 100/300 Pneumatic Remote Controls
with Abrasive Cut-Off
The Clemco TLR 100C and 300C pressure-release
pneumatic systems feature an abrasive cut-off
system (ACS), which permits the operator to shut-off
the abrasive flow for blowing down the surface after
blasting. These remote control systems include inlet
and outlet valves, abrasive trap, self-cleaning muffler
that reduces air exhaust noise, and the air-operated
normally-closed Sentinel abrasive metering valve.
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Apart from respiratory protection, the most important blasting safety
accessory is the remote control. All Clemco remote control systems meet
the OSHA requirements for remote controlled blasting.
Clemco’s RLX remote control handle;
...the industry standard for twenty-five years!
Outlet Valves
Muffler
Control Panel
Abrasive Trap
To 12 V or
120 V
source
Sentinel
Valve
Inlet
Valve
ACE Air Valve
Electrical
Cable
Twinline Hose
Single Line
ACS Hose
RLX
RLX
ACS Switch
Quantum valve
Sentinel Pneumatic Remote Controls
EAC/EDC 100/300 Electric Remote Controls
For applications that require frequent starts and stops,
machines should be equipped with Sentinel
pressure-hold pneumatic remote controls, which
keep the blast machine under pressure but allow the
operator to start and stop blasting as frequently as
needed. The machine is pressurized and depressurized
manually, and the remote control handle controls the
on/off of the abrasive and air independently. These
systems are available in pneumatic and electric
models.
The Clemco EAC 100/300 (AC electrics) and EDC
100/300 (DC electrics) pressure-release electric
remote control systems are available for extremely
cold weather applications or where a continuous
length of 100 feet or more of blast hose is used. An
electric switch sends a signal through electric cord to
open and close the inlet and outlet valves, avoiding
the delay that would be experienced with air hose.
Electric systems feature an anti-freeze injector accessory, which is optional on pneumatic systems.
Electric remotes operate on a compressor’s 12-volt
system or 120-volt line power. Only 12-volt power
reaches the handle for the safety of the operator.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Dimensions Standard Capacity
Working
Cu Ft.
Dia x
Height
Pressure
Portable or
Stationary
Piping
(I.D.)
ACS
Option
Remote
Controls
Pneu. or Elec.
Metering
Valve
Pop-up
Valve
& O-ring
1028
10" x 28"
125 psi
1/2 cu. ft.
Portable
1/2"
Not
Available
TLR 50
pneu. only
MSV
01242
01245
1042
10" x 42"
125 psi
1 cu. ft.
Portable
1/2"
Not
Available
TLR 50
pneu. only
MSV
01242
01245
1642
16" x 42"
150 psi
2 cu. ft.
Portable &
Stationary
1"
Available
TLR 100 or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
FSV
03699
02325
1648
16" x 48"
150 psi
3 cu. ft.
Portable &
Stationary
1" or
1-1/4"
Available
2443
24" x 43"
125 psi
6 cu. ft.
Portable
1" or
1-1/4"
Not
Available
2452
24" x 52"
150 psi
6 cu. ft.
Portable &
Stationary
1" or
1-1/4"
Available
2463
24" x 63"
125 psi
8 cu. ft.
Portable &
Stationary
1-1/4"
Available
Sentinel pressure
hold only
Sentinel
only
03699
02325
3054
30" x 54"
125 psi
7 cu. ft.
Stationary
1-1/4"
Available
TLR 300 or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
FSV or
Sentinel
03699
02325
3079
30" x 79"
125 psi
14 cu. ft.
Stationary
1-1/4"
Available
TLR 300 or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
FSV or
Sentinel
03699
02325
TLR 100, 300, or Sentinel FSV, Quantum
or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
TLR 100 or 300
pneu. or elec.
LPV
TLR 100, 300, or Sentinel FSV, Quantum
pneu. or elec.
or Sentinel
(pot & hopper)
03699
02325
03699
02325
03699
02325
3661
36" x 61"
125 psi
10 cu. ft.
Stationary
1-1/4"
Available
TLR 300 or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
FSV or
Sentinel
03699**
02325
3680
36" x 80"
125 psi
20 cu. ft.
Stationary
1-1/4"
Available
TLR 300 or Sentinel
pneu. or elec.
FSV or
Sentinel
03699
02325
NOTES:
** 10 cu. ft. machines manufactured before 1983 use different pop-up valve and seat. Consult your Clemco distributor for details.
MSV, FSV, and LPV abrasive metering valves are suitable for blasting with mineral and slag expendable media. The Quantum and Sentinel metering
valves handle all common media including steel grit.
ACS is an optional accessory for remotes with Sentinel metering valves.
Remote Controls:
Remote control systems have valves matched in size to the blast machine piping. Remote Control System styles vary to suit the blasting operation
or application. Pneumatic Remote Controls work best with blast hose lengths up to 100 ft.; and Electric Remotes, powered electro-pneumatically, are
for hose lengths greater than 100 ft.
Machine
Pressure-Release
Piping Size
Pneumatic
1/2”
TLR 50
1”
TLR 100
Pressure-Release w/ACS
TLR 300
Pneumatic or Electric
Pneumatic
Electric
Pneumatic
Electric
—
—
—
—
—
pneumatic only
EAC 100 or
TLR 100C
EAC 100C or
—
—
pneumatic or electric
EDC 100C
—
—
Electric
EDC 100
1-1/4”
Pressure-Hold
EAC 300 or
TLR 300C
EDC 300
EAC 300C or
EDC 300C
Piping Size: Size varies with pressure vessel capacity. Choose larger diameter
piping for high production operations.
Pressure-Release Remotes: Pressurize/depressurize machine by
pressing/releasing handle — simplest system to operate.
Pressure-Release with Abrasive Cut-off: Allows the operator to stop the
flow of abrasive to blow off the surface after blasting.
Pressure-Hold Remotes: Keep the blast machine under pressure for frequent
starting and stopping.
Sentinel Remote Controls
Single and dual operator systems available; consult distributor for details.
pneumatic or electric
Distributed by:
ISO 9001-2000 certified. Clemco is committed to continuous product improvement.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
© 2008 Clemco Industries Corp. • Washington, MO 63090 • 636 239-4300 • FAX 800 726-7559
Stock No. 23339
[email protected] • www.clemcoindustries.com
Job No. 2134-0501, Rev. E, 01/08

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