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3/8/2018

Air-Assisted Airless Spray Guns Feature Ergonomic Design

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Trophy AA air-assisted airless manual spray guns from Carlisle Fluid Technologies’ Binks brand offer low trigger-pull force for enhanced control and reduced operator fatigue and repetitive strain injuries.

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Trophy AA air-assisted airless manual spray guns from Carlisle Fluid Technologies’ Binks brand are designed for use in the most challenging finishing applications, offering low trigger-pull force for enhanced control and reduced operator fatigue and repetitive strain injuries. The guns also are built to maximize spray quality, increase application efficiency and reduce downtime.

They are available in two pressure configurations: The Trophy AA 1600 offers 1,600 psi and 110 bar, and the Trophy AA 4400 offers 4,400 psi and 303 bar. They also are available with a range of flat, fine-finish and twist tips to cover a variety of types of industrial spray finishing applications. A range of AA10+ air caps and a replaceable tip seal also are available.

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