Available with fan spray and super vortex spray (8 & 12 mm / .31 & .47 in)
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Fluid Outlet||800 (27)||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Minimum Fluid Outlet||100 (3)||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||7 - 40 (4 - 23)||m3/h (cfm)|
|Transfer Efficiency||30 - 60||%|
|Weight||800 (28)||g (oz)|
|Trigger Air Pressure||5 (75)||bar (psi)|
The ATEX regulation aims at improving the health & safety or workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres.
Electrostatic spraying brings significant advantages thanks to the wrap around effect.
This technology ensures high transfer efficiency (minimum 65%) with a low pressure of atomizing air (0.7 bar maxi).
The Vortex is a specific nozzle giving a Vortex effect in the paint line. The advantage is to have a better penetration in the complex shape parts by having a slower speed of paint particule.
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Size : 357Ko
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Size : 19Mo
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