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2/12/2018

Manual Spray Gun Offers Better Operator Control

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Sames Kremlin’s FPro Airspray manual spray gun is said to be perfectly balanced, providing the painter with complete control over the paint application.

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Sames Kremlin’s FPro Airspray manual spray gun is said to be perfectly balanced, providing the painter with complete control over the paint application. The restrictor controls and pre-atomizes the paint into smaller droplets, slowing down the paint speed and leaving time for the air cap to atomize the paint at the “perfect” droplet size, the company says. This avoids bounce back onto the part and increases transfer efficiency. Conventional, high-volume low-pressure and low-volume low-pressure versions are available.

 

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