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10/14/2014

Automatic Spray Gun Changes on the Fly

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Turbo Spray's low pressure 300MAR analog recirculating automatic gun has the benefits of spraying at low atomizing/fan pressures (10 psi or less), along with fan width change capability on the fly, and paint recirculation through the body (or fluid tip) as well.

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Turbo Spray's low pressure 300MAR analog recirculating automatic gun has the benefits of spraying at low atomizing/fan pressures (10 psi or less), along with fan width change capability on the fly, and paint recirculation through the body (or fluid tip) as well. Fluid tip sizes range from .75 mm to 2.5 mm and a variety of regular length and extension air caps are available for spraying paint, adhesives, release agents, and other liquid coatings. 

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