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9/27/2016

Two-Component Spray Gun Features Compact Design, Sturdy Grip

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Walther Pilot presents its newest two-component spray gun, the Pilot Bond 2K.

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Walther Pilot presents its newest two-component spray gun, the Pilot Bond 2K. In addition to its top class Pilot III-2K two-component spray gun, the Bond 2K is a high-quality and cost efficient option for spraying multi-component adhesives. The spray gun features a compact design with a sturdy grip to reduce fatigue during extended usage, and stainless steel material passages for the processing of water-based materials. The wide jet spray pattern can be adjusted for either vertical or horizontal spray. The B component is introduced through a horn in the air cap to provide optimal mixing and atomization. 

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