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7/7/2008

Walther Pilot

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Walther Pilot North America will exhibit a new spraying system that can achieve high-quality coatings in hard-to-reach areas such as grooves, hollow profiles and the inner surfaces of pipes.

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Walther Pilot North America will exhibit a new spraying system that can achieve high-quality coatings in hard-to-reach areas such as grooves, hollow profiles and the inner surfaces of pipes. This new generation of nozzle extensions is designed as a modular system so that all parts are screwed together and can be changed as necessary. They can be used for both manual and automatic spray guns, and because the needle, nozzle and material pipe are made of stainless steel, any material can be sprayed. The standard range of lengths of 100-1000 mm would fulfill most requirements, and the compact design provides easy handling.

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