Sames Kremlin Airless Spray Gun Minimizes Payloads
Compact design allows easy access to recessed part areas.
Sames Kremlin’s ASC automatic airless spray gun is available in up to 240 bar (3480 psi) and up to 400 bar (5800 psi). According to the company, the unit is designed for superior atomization and high production at medium-to-high flow rates with low overspray for minimal paint waste. It features a compact, lightweight, stainless-steel design for minimizing payloads on painting machines, decreasing bearing wear and allowing easy access to recessed part areas.
Users have the option of 184 tips, including skill, super fine finishing airless tips, flat for fine finishing and reversible ‘tiptop’ for protective coatings. The company says the unit is well suited for applying harsh coatings (acid catalyzed, UV coatings), water-based, high viscosity 2K pre-mixed and abrasive type materials.
Sames Kremlin ASC automatic airless spray gun
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