Clearance Specials
Blast nozzle with venturi shaped tungsten carbide liner, natural rubber jacket, dual-compound hard rubber threads. Thread size and entry dimensions vary with nozzle series. Includes one nozzle washer.

A blast nozzle accelerates the air and abrasive as the mixture exits the end of the hose. The taper and length of the nozzle's inlet and outlet determine the pattern and velocity of the abrasive exiting the nozzle. The composition of the liner material determines its resistance to wear.

Description of Operation
The operator inserts the nozzle washer into a holder and screws in the nozzle, turning it by hand, until it seats firmly against the washer.
With all related equipment correctly assembled and tested, the operator points the nozzle toward the surface to be cleaned and presses the remote control handle to begin blasting. The operator holds the nozzle and moves it smoothly at a rate that produces the desired cleanliness. Each pass should overlap slightly.

The operator must replace the nozzle once the orifice wears 1/16-inch beyond its original size.

Packaging: Boxed individually
Unit of Measure





N/A TMP-5 Nozzle 5/16" Oriface x 6 1/4" Long Contractor Thread



Thread Type

N/A Contractor Thread

Nozzle Orifice

N/A 5/16 in


N/A 6 1/4 in


N/A 1.3 lb


N/A NHP Series


N/A NW-4


N/A 1 in

Liner Material

N/A Tungsten Carbide

Liner Style

N/A Venturi

Jacket Material

N/A Natural Rubber


N/A Green and Black

Requirement for Operation

N/A Nozzles are sized by the diameter of their orifices in 1/16-inch increments. A No. 2 nozzle has a 2/16-inch (1/8-inch) orifice, a No. 3 nozzle has a 3/16-inch orifice, etc. The size of the nozzle orifice determines abrasive and air consumption. Air consumption is measured in cubic feet per minute (cfm) at a given pressure. See the air and abrasive consumption chart.
When choosing a nozzle, consider the amount of available air in cfm, the capacity of the blast machine and the inside diameter of the piping, and the blast and air hoses. For optimal performance, these elements must be compatibly sized.
If too large a nozzle for the compressor is used, low blast pressure will occur. If too large a nozzle for the blast hose is used, rapid wear on the blast hose will occur. If too small a nozzle is used, smooth media flow will be difficult to achieve.



  • Short-venturi nozzles (TJP, TYP) designed for blasting 12 to 18 inches away from the surface.
  • Long-venturi nozzles (TSP, TMP, TXP) allow high production blasting at a distance of 18 to 24 inches for hard to- clean surfaces, and 30 to 36 inches for loose paint and soft surfaces
  • Expected life with expendable abrasives is approximately 300 hours
  • Durable natural rubber jacket
  • 1 inch entry provides smooth transition and maximum productivity with 1 inch ID blast hose
  • 1 1/4 inch entry ensures maximum productivity with 1 1/4 inch ID blast hose

Component Compatibility Guide


No. Nozzle Orifice Recommended cfm Range Min. Blast Machine Capacity Min. Piping ID Blast Hose ID Min. Air Hose ID
3 3/16" 45 - 81 2 cu ft 1" 3/4" 1"
4 1/4" 81 - 137 2 cu ft 1" 1" - 1 1/4" 1 1/4"
5 5/16" 137 - 196 4 cu ft 1" 1" - 1 1/4" 1 1/4"
6 3/8" 196 - 254 6 cu ft 1 1/4" 1 1/4" 1 1/2"
7 7/16" 254 - 338 6 cu ft 1 1/4" 1 1/4 - 1 1/2" 2"
8 1/2" 338 - 548 6 cu ft 1 1/4" 1 1/2" 2"

Note: Best performance is obtained when sizes of nozzle, blast machine piping, blast hose and air hose are properly matched.
  • Cfm range is based on blasting at 100 psi for the life of the nozzle.
  • Blast machine capacity should allow 20 to 30 minutes of blasting.
  • Hose ID should be three to four times the size of the nozzle orifice.