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10/14/2014

Spray Gun Works With Almost Any Material

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It features stainless steel material passageways to facilitate the spraying of water-based and aggressive media, and a PTFE-coated gun body for easy cleaning.

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The brand new WA 900 automatic spray gun from Walther Pilot is designed to be versatile enough to spray just about any material as well as be implemented in almost all types of system configurations. It features stainless steel material passageways to facilitate the spraying of water-based and aggressive media, and a PTFE-coated gun body for easy cleaning. The following spray types are available: conventional, HVLP, HVLP plus, adhesive (water/solvent based), and abrasive-resistant. The gun is suited for use in both standard and recirculation systems. Models are available with internal or external control.

The WA 900 uses a quick-release robotic mount to dismount/swap the gun with ease. The mount comes in two types, standard aluminum and low-profile stainless steel. Both of them attached to the gun using two 4 mm Allen bolts, and can be modified for standard and recirculation systems. 

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