Farrow Flow Insert
“I’ve heard of the device before and it made sense to me that it may work in-line on the pusher hose behind a metering valve on a blast pot. You could never have convinced me that the vortex created could ever make it through the auto air valve if the device is installed elsewhere.
If you know anything about me, you know I’m very honest. I watched the blast pattern and efficiency change dramatically after this was installed at the header on the compressor. I was left so baffled as to how, I had to contact Nigel himself to ask why. This also opened my mind to how this could help in other high pressure applications. It’s definitely an intriguing system and absolutely made a believer out of me.”
– Jeremi R. Day Sr, PCS
AMPP Senior Certified Coating Inspector
FARROW FLOW® Wet or Dry blasting.The patented Farrow Flow® insert is designed to improve your existing dry blast system. When inserted into the airline, the air is directed in a helical pattern creating a vortex which picks up the media creating an optimal mix at the end of the nozzle giving you a 25% or more wider spread. This means less time, lower pressure, lower media, and fuel consumption, and easier on your operator!
1.25” NPT Male
1.25” NPT Female
1.25” NPT Female
In minutes, you can convert your existing blast pot and achieve the following:
Patent Pending Worldwide
25% Wider Spread
Lower Pressure = Lower Emissions = Eco-Friendly
Easy 60 Second Installation
Converts Any Dry Blasting Machine
Decreased Media Consumption
Money Back Guarantee
Farrow Flow Inserts are Available Across North America & Europe
Why Use Our Inserts?
- 25% Faster
- 25% Less Media
- Converts Any Dry, Wet or Dry Ice Blast Pot
- Easy installation
- Patented Pending Worldwide
- Lower Pressures = Lower Emissions
In October 2021, Farrow Holdings Inc. launched a second company brand Farrow Flow, Inc. with a new patented insert that improves the performance of directional airflow in a conduit. This exciting invention improves the performance of all types of blasting by at least twenty-five percent.
In 1998, founder and inventor Nigel Farrow began looking for new ways to improve the speed and performance of an early generation slurry blast machine by adding heat to the process. The first patent
named,“The Method for Removal of Surface Coatings” was granted and the first Farrow System was manufactured and in production. Farrow System is known as the industry standard on which all current day wet abrasive blast machines are built. During years of research and observation in the field, Farrow noticed the skilled blasting operators consistently moving the nozzle in a circular motion while blasting to get the best profile on the substrate.