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1/1/1996 | 1 MINUTE READ

Flexible Manual Powder Spray System

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The Soft-Spray™ Series of manual powder spray systems offers economical and flexible alternatives by its ability to easily exchange the fluidized feed hopper and vibratory-box-feed unit.

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The Soft-Spray™ Series of manual powder spray systems offers economical and flexible alternatives by its ability to easily exchange the fluidized feed hopper and vibratory-box-feed unit.

The MPS-2000H fluidized feed hopper has a 55-lb capacity. It is made of stainless steel for easy color changes. The fluidizing membrane provides for more consistent powder fluidization. It is capable of delivering powder to two manual guns.

The MPS-2000BV vibratory-box-feed version delivers powder directly from the original shipping container. The rugged fluidizing lift tube provides consistent powder delivery. The vibratory mechanism in the system only operates when the gun is triggered, preventing powder impacting and stratification. The MPS-2000BV is also capable of delivering powder to two manual guns.

The MPG-2000 spray gun features a two-stage trigger that allows the voltage output of the gun to be reduced to 60 pct of the setting to overcome Faraday cage areas. A dual red light display on the back of the gun visually indicates full or reduced voltage selection.

The vortex air (pattern size) adjustment is on the back of the gun as well. A variety of nozzles and extensions are available, including fan spray and deflector tips.

The GCM-2000 gun control module allows operators to select and monitor the optimum operating parameters. It features dual LED readout of voltage and current. A toggle switch allows for voltage level selection without having to trigger the gun. Voltage selection ranges from zero to 100 Kv.

Source: Binks Industrial Powder Systems, Franklin Park, Illinois.

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