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2/8/2019

ASB Automatic Spray Gun Delivers Atomization in Airless Applications

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Gun delivers atomization in airless applications for a variety of materials, including solvent-based, water-based and UV-cured.

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Sames Kremlin’s ASB automatic spray gun works up to 240 bar (3480 psi) and delivers atomization in dedicated airless applications for a variety of materials, including solvent-based, water-based and UV-cured.

It combines a balance of high pressure and high flow rate to deliver a precise coating application directly on targets by utilizing a fast response time.

It offers a lightweight design, with a payload 20 percent lower than competitive reciprocators and/or robotic installations, according to the company. This lower weight can increase motion speed, and reduce centrifugal force and wear on rotating machines.

The ASB is compatible with the existing range of Sames Kremlin automatic gun bases.

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