Use of 3D air
Exception atomization at a very low air cap internal pressure (0.07MPa for pressure & suction type, and 0.05MPa for gravity type). 3D air, whose air flow direction is diagonal, realizes more stable spraying pattern.
Higher transfer efficiency, low spattering, and enviroment-friendly while lowering costs.
Lower air pressure design realizes saving by about 30% in the air consumption and improving by about 10% of transfer efficiency. Furthermore, less spattering paint brings less paint volume and improvement of working environment.
Stainless steel passage for waterborne compatibility.
The use of nickel plating brings improvement of wear and corrosion resistance.
The use of U-packing in the needle packing place brings free-maintenance, such as no-need retorquing etc.
Concept and features of low-pressure atomizing spray guns
With a low-pressure atomizing spray gun, the air cap internal pressure is low and the air cap nozzle bore is large, so the airflow velocity drops immediately after the paint is released into the atmosphere. This slows down the atomization rate, reducing splashback and realizing the high transfer efficiency. As a result, paint consumption is reduced by about 15 to 30% compared with a multipurpose spray gun (Meiji product comparison).
Reducing spattering and splashback not only creates a better work environment, but also reduces spray booth maintenance.