KMX3 Manual Airmix® Electrostatic Spray Gun
- Lightweight electrostatic gun
- Paint savings (high transfer efficiency up to 95%)
- Outstanding Airmix® finish quality
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||10 (145)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Fluid Temperature||60 (140)||°C (°F)|
|Air Inlet||M 1/4" NPS|
|Weight||800 (28)||g (oz)|
Kremlin created Airmix® in 1975. Airmix® is an intermediate spray technology that combines the advantages of both conventional and Airless technology & is the industry standard for medium pressure atomization today.
Electrostatic spraying brings significant advantages thanks to the wrap around effect.
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Size : 511Ko
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Size : 16Mo
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