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3/25/2004

Spray Pack

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  The Spray Pack features the new Fine Flow Control, which is a “three-in-one” device combining the material pressure regulator, filter and anti-pulsation device.

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  The Spray Pack features the new Fine Flow Control, which is a “three-in-one” device combining the material pressure regulator, filter and anti-pulsation device.  The control is said to allow for constant and precise regulation while virtually eliminating pulsation.  The pack also includes a high quality MBP 5212 half-inch diaphragm pump.  The MBP 5212 features the Runner air motor, which is said to deliver high-exchange speeds, reduced air consumption and reduced noise pollution.  For added flexibility, the pack can be fashioned with a wall mounting bracket, mounted a stationary cart, or on a mobile trolley. 

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