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9/15/2011

Spray Gun for Extreme Applications

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Walther Pilot will display its newly developed Pilot Premium AR spray gun.

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Walther Pilot will display its newly developed Pilot Premium AR spray gun, designed with a special air cap for optimum atomization and a wear-resistant nozzle insert designed for the extreme requirements of abrasive media such as ceramics, enamel or slurries.


According to the company, the gun’s advantages include a high quality chrome surface and all wetted parts made of stainless steel. Areas of application include brickworks and tile manufacturing, enamel processing, porcelain manufacturing and ceramic processing. The gun weighs 490 grams, has a maximum atomizing pressure of 87 psi and is available with a range of nozzle sizes.

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