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9/18/2012

Binks Airless Spray Gun Handles High Solids

Originally titled 'Airless Spray Gun Handles High Solids'
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Made with a forged, anodized aluminum body, the Airless 75 spray gun from Binks features a thick-walled stainless steel fluid tube and is designed to be compatible with high solids and abrasive industrial materials.

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Made with a forged, anodized aluminum body, the Airless 75 spray gun from Binks features a thick-walled stainless steel fluid tube and is designed to be compatible with high solids and abrasive industrial materials. The needle design was developed to keep the spring out of the fluid’s path, and packings are adjustable for longer life.

The external stainless steel fluid tube with an optional heat guard enables use of heated coatings up to 175°F (79°C). On the Direct Connect model, the fluid hose attaches directly to the gun, enabling the use of high solids and high-viscosity materials.  

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