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10/14/2013

Walther Pilot Manual Spray Guns Handle Virtually Any Material

Originally titled 'Manual Spray Guns Handle Virtually Any Material'
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The egonomically designed Pilot Premium manual spray gun from Walther Pilot features stainless steel wetted parts for spraying water-based and aggressive media, oversized material passages to prevent buildup or clogging, and a galvanized cast aluminum body for sturdiness and durability.

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The egonomically designed Pilot Premium manual spray gun from Walther Pilot features stainless steel wetted parts for spraying water-based and aggressive media, oversized material passages to prevent buildup or clogging, and a galvanized cast aluminum body for sturdiness and durability.

Standard, HVLP, HVLP Plus, adhesive and abrasive-resistant models are available for spraying virtually any type of material. According to the company, the HVLP Plus technology delivers material savings along with improved atomization characteristics over standard HVLP models. In addition, independent testing has found increased transfer efficiencies compared with the industry standard for HVLP, the company says.

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