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11/3/2012

Hosco Restrictor/Regulator Enables Control of Spray Flow Rates

Originally titled 'Restrictor/Regulator Enables Control of Spray Flow Rates'
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Hosco’s HHR-6 restrictor/regulator enables users to consistently and precisely control flow rates from 100 cc/min to 1,000 cc/min with little regard for head pressure or gun level changes.

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Hosco’s HHR-6 restrictor/regulator enables users to consistently and precisely control flow rates from 100 cc/min to 1,000 cc/min with little regard for head pressure or gun level changes. This helps improve accuracy and repeatability while maintaining spray gun control even in the extremely low range, the company says. The device is suited for painting large structures that have inherent elevation changes from top to bottom, such as aircraft, trucks and buses, or for electrostatic air spray/HVLP painting applications. 

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