How to improve performance, productivity and sustainability in finishing applicationsSeptember 27, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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SAMES KREMLIN is bringing performance and sustainability to a new level with its new NANOGUN-MX manual electrostatic spray gun. This unit combines electrostatic spray technology for liquid paints with Airmix medium- to high-pressure spray technology, making it ideal for markets that require high levels of production.
The new Nanogun-MX Airmix manual electrostatic spray gun offers many advantages to the user. It is perfectly adapted to paints with an average viscosity, and products with low to high resistivity, as it delivers a uniform film build thickness on the parts being sprayed. This allows users to achieve the highest transfer efficiency in the marketplace, which contributes to a very quick return on investment while improving productivity, maintenance costs and VOC reduction.
The Nanogun-MX is available in two pressure versions (120 and 200 bar), both featuring a lightweight and ergonomic design that improves the overall operator experience. In addition, a single setting knob with adjustable flat spray gives the unit great versatility.
The spray gun also features an innovative GNM 6080 control module, which is user-friendly and easy to maintain. It uses high-quality components and offers advanced corrective and preventive maintenance reminders.
The Nanogun-MX is ideal for finishing applications that require high production in many demanding industries, from aerospace, agriculture and metallic construction, to furniture, transportation and energy. It comes from the bright minds at SAMES KREMLIN, a manufacturer that has been developing innovative spray guns and pumps since 1925. To learn more, contact SAMES KREMLIN.