Available in stainless steel, brass and aluminum, Spraying Systems’ CU150A GunJet low-pressure spray guns feature an adjustable spray pattern, making them suitable for a variety of cleaning applications and industries.
Users can easily adjust the spray pattern from a solid stream to a 50-degree hollow-cone spray pattern by varying the trigger pull. This flexibility enables operators to easily move between areas that require different levels of cleaning without interruption, the company says.
The spray gun also is ergonomically designed to reduce user fatigue and maximize cleaning time. It is available in three capacities ranging from 10 to 22 gpm (38 to 83 lpm), and the spray capacity is clearly designated by color bands on the protective rubber cover to ensure operators can quickly select the proper spray gun for the cleaning operation.
The choice of materials enables users to match the gun durability to the cleaning requirements. The 316 stainless steel version is designed for use in food processing plants, while the brass and lightweight aluminum versions are traditionally used for general plant and equipment clean-up. All of the CU150A GunJet spray guns include a corrosion-resistant outer cover to extend wear life.
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