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9/25/2014

Spray Gun Can Use Any Two-Component, Water-Based Adhesive

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The Pilot Premium 2K spray gun from Walther Pilot is designed to apply two-component, water-based adhesives for the foam manufacturing industry.

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The Pilot Premium 2K spray gun from Walther Pilot is designed to apply two-component, water-based adhesives for the foam manufacturing industry. The gun features stainless steel wetted parts and material passageways to accommodate use of water-based and aggressive materials. Its Component B delivery system uses a secondary valve to ensure that the secondary hose does not obstruct work.

With two-component adhesives, the components are mixed in the spray jet itself, and this gun can use any commercially available product of the kind. The air cap design enables customization of the spray pattern’s width using on-gun controls, as well as repositioning for vertical or horizontal spray patterns.

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