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11/3/2017

Pump, Spray Gun Technology from Carlisle Fluid Technologies

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Ransburg’s new RansFlex direct-charge electrostatic applicator is compatible with waterborne-based materials, and its RansFlex manual spray gun features trigger technology that enables the gun to quickly go from a full spray to a round spray.

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Carlisle Fluid Technologies showcased products under the Binks, Ransburg and DeVilbiss finishing brands.

Binks’ new air-operated DX200-3 is a 3:1-ratio, double-diaphragm pump suited for multiple spray gun, system and transfer applications. Ransburg’s new RansFlex direct-charge electrostatic applicator is compatible with waterborne-based materials, and its RansFlex manual spray gun features trigger technology that enables the gun to quickly go from a full spray to a round spray. Available in various machine-mounting configurations, DeVilbiss’s new AG-360 series automatic spray guns are designed to provide high-performance atomization for industrial low-pressure and air-assisted airless applications.

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