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10/1/2013

Anest Iwata Manifold Automatic Spray Guns

Originally titled 'Manifold Automatic Spray Guns'
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Available in LP-M220 (HVLP) or WA-M220 (conventional) models, Anest Iwata’s Mangusta 220 manifold automatic spray guns are designed for easy and quick change-out, minimizing down time.

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Available in LP-M220 (HVLP) or WA-M220 (conventional) models, Anest Iwata’s Mangusta 220 manifold automatic spray guns are designed for easy and quick change-out, minimizing down time. Guide pins located with quick release on the one-piece, solid-stainless-steel manifold make reinstallation of the gun simple from virtually any angle or position. Particularly suited for flat-line finishing equipment, the guns also are suitable for mass production with automatic painting equipment, reciprocators or robotic painting. An indexing air-cap design enables accurate alignment, ensuring the spray pattern position is correct every time.

The company also will display the new Entech LS400 from its range of Supernova spray guns for waterborne basecoats. HVLP and pre-atomization technologies are coupled together to offer a stable and large fan pattern, and high stability in droplet sizes, and to maximize material savings. 

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