Azur™ 52C225 Airless® Paint Pump
- High finishing protective coatings applications
- Designed to operate well in harsh and intensive environments
- Simple maintenance and comfortable to use
This Azur ™ paint pump range is the best partner to spray protective coatings: Pressure stability, broad suction power, no downtime, and minimal noise pollution. Four patent-pending technologies to protect the quality of your job: No leaks, no freezing, and no stalling.
This pump can work for hours in extreme conditions to let you focus on the job. The pump design allows for quick and easy on-site maintenance. The size of the hydraulic section allows you to work with multiple guns, depending on tip choice.
Orifice diameter (inch)
Number of gun recommended
|Up to 30||Up to 0.0232||2|
|From 40 and above||From 0.025 and above||1|
In combination with our SFlow ™ spray gun, this solution will ensure the best finish quality while substantially reducing your paint consumption and reducing overspray. Azur ™ pump range comes with a choice of (3) different packings to fit most applications: PE / PTFE, PE / Leather, and PE / PTFE G.
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||312 (4,525)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||126||m³/h (cfm)|
|Fluid Output at 20 cycles/mn||4.5 (1.19)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Air Inlet||F 3/4" BSP|
|Fluid Outlet||M 3/8 NPSM|
|Fluid Inlet||M 1" 1/4 G|
|Number of Cycles per liter of products||4.5|
|Wetted Shares: Stainless Steel||♦|
|Weight||83 (183)||kg (lbs)|
2 ball pumping technology is highly utilized in fluid sections with one ball / seat for suction & the other ball / seat for feeding.
Self strain packing technology controls seal wear, offers extended service life and ease of use
Epoxy primer/sealer is a non-porous finish that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Epoxy primer/sealer multi-component is a non-porous finish base mixed with a hardener that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, water-based primers & sealers are environmentally friendly.
Some anti-corrosion materials are available in water-based versions. These green paints have a longer dry time, but meet most environmental requirements & have excellent protective qualities.
The Anti-Corrosion Epoxy Multi-Component product is highly resistant to marine & industrial environments, buried conditions, ground water, effluents, salt water & a wide range of oils & chemicals.
Zinc coatings when applied to blasted steel provide excellent anti-rust spray coating corrosion protection, weathering protection & very good resistance to salt water & solvents. Inorganic zinc coatings provide excellent anti-rust corrosion protection when used in chemical plants, refineries & coastal or offshore installations. This coating can provide even better corrosion protection when a top coat is applied. Inorganic zinc coatings are compatible with epoxies, phenolics, acrylics, silicones & many other coatings.
Solvent-free epoxy coatings are designed for long-term protection of steel & concrete structures against corrosion, abrasion & chemical attack. Operating temperature ranges from –40F to 1040F.
A two-component efficient coating product, used as first layer on metallic surfaces & in a wide range of painting systems. Forms an excellent quality anti-corrosive polyurethane film, ensuring the adherence between the surface & the next layer of the painting process.
Anti-Corrosion Epoxy is applied for active anti-corrosive & anti-rust protection of iron & steel surfaces that are to be coated. It is extremely hard & resistant to friction. It is particularly resistant to diluted acids, alkalis, petroleum products, some solvents, water, sea water, and more.
Used for the steel structures of steel pipeline, steel frame, bridge & plant facilities for effective, long-term substrate protection.
Anti-fouling paint, or bottom paint, is a specialized coating applied to the hull of a ship or boat to slow the growth of sub-aquatic organisms that attach to the hull & can affect a vessel's performance & durability.
Polyurethane coatings are often used for the corrosion protection of steel because they are particularly economical to apply. They dry quickly & can therefore be over-coated in short intervals. They can also be applied independently of the weather conditions & are resistant to impact.
Polyurethane Top Coat is a two- or three-pack isocyanate-cured polyurethane that gives a durable, high gloss finish. Isocyanates included in the hardener are moisture-sensitive & need a specific process for insulating the circuit.
Water-based polyurethane is popular because of its low odor & low toxicity. It goes on clear without adding a faint color like oil-based versions do & it dries much faster.
Subcontractors of the surface treatment and the coating process for the general industry