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10/14/2014

High Performance Spray Gun Boasts Versatility

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Sata’s high performance spray gun, the Satajet 5000 B.

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Sata’s high performance spray gun, the Satajet 5000 B is characterized by its supreme flexibility. The development process focused on creating a more versatile spray gun in regard to inlet pressure, application distance and further improved adaptability to specific requirements of the different paint systems available. The gun allows the painter to flexibly set the inlet pressure in a range between 7 and 32 psi with a gun distance between 4 to 8.5 inches, depending on material, ambient conditions and personal preferences, in order to achieve optimum finishes.

Another enhancement concerns the gun’s ergonomics. The gun handle of the digital version, for instance, is identical in size and shape to the standard spray gun. The air micrometer is now considerably larger and much easier to regulate.

The gun is finished with a satin-gloss pearlchrome surface, which is corrosion-resistant and easy to clean. Its design was created in cooperation with the Porsche Design Studio, Zell am See (Austria). 

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