Clemco Contractor Blast Machine

Clemco Contractor Blast Machines are tough, versatile, and reliable—which makes sense because they are built for blasting contractors who need equipment that works as hard as they do. And because contractors can’t be slowed down by unreliable, cumbersome equipment that is difficult to maintain, these machines are mobile, easy to operate, and simple to maintain.

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Rugged, Mobile, Easy to Use and Maintain

They are loaded with standard features that help you get jobs done, such as:

  • An integral, four-wheel, two-axle cart that makes these machines easier to manoeuvre, even with abrasive in the pot.
  • The cart is constructed from steel-tubing that protects all plumbing, is ergonomically shaped, and doubles as a skid.
  • An integral CPF breathing-air filter directly attaches to the rear of the machines and is protected by the cart’s tubing.
  • Connection points are conveniently located on the front leg of the machines, which simplifies hooking up the blast hose, remote controls, and breathing-air line.

Contractor Blast Machines come with 4-cuft or 6-cuft pressure vessels. The machines are ideal for rental yards and are especially useful for blast and paint contractors, as well as hundreds of other professionals.


• Available in Two Sizes: 4 cuft and 6 cuft


  • 4 cuft: Approximately 400 lbs of mineral abrasive.
  • 6 cuft: Approximately 600 lbs of mineral abrasive.

29″ Width

  • Fits through standard doorways.

    Integral 4-Wheel Cart

    Increases Mobility, Protects Plumbing
    and Components

    • Ergonomically designed and made from heavy-duty steel tubing.
    • Operators can easily tilt the four-wheel, two-axle cart onto the back wheels for manoeuvring the machines at blast sites, even if a machine has abrasive in the pot.
    • The steel tubing forms a cage that protects plumbing, especially at the weld joints and components such as the remote control valves.
    • The optional, integral CPF breathing-air filter attaches to the rear of the machine and is protected by the cart.
    • The cart’s tubing doubles as a skid. Operators can pull a Contractor Blast Machine into a truck bed or onto a trailer and leave the machine resting horizontally on the tubing. This placement reduces the truck’s or trailer’s centre of gravity.