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10/20/2017

Manual Electrostatic Spray Gun Delivers High Transfer Efficiency

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The Nanogun-MX Airmix manual electrostatic spray gun from Sames Kremlin combines electrostatic spray technology for liquid paints with Airmix medium- to high-pressure spray technology to deliver a uniform film build thickness and high transfer efficiency.

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The Nanogun-MX Airmix manual electrostatic spray gun from SAMES KREMLIN combines electrostatic spray technology for liquid paints with Airmix medium- to high-pressure spray technology to deliver a uniform film build thickness and high transfer efficiency. This high transfer efficiency contributes to a quick return on investment while improving productivity, maintenance costs and VOC reduction for total cost management, the company says. The gun is said to be well-suited for high-production industries like aerospace, agriculture, metallic construction, furniture, transportation and energy.

Adapted to paints with an average viscosity, the gun is available in both 120-bar and 200-bar pressure versions. The GNM 6080 control module is designed to be user-friendly and easy to maintain.

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