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How to choose an automatic spray gun

2 June 2019

Find out which spray gun to choose based on the type of application!

Do you deal with industrial painting? Is your company in the leather, wood, glass or plastic finishing sector? Do you need to know which gun is best suited for your needs?

he choice of a spray gun affects the final appearance of the product: in the industrial sector, the use of automatic spray guns is also extending to sectors that had always relied on manual painting systems.

In this way, two objectives are achieved:

  • reduction of working times during finishing
  • cost reduction.

The type of product chosen for your plant will therefore depend on the type of application and the type of product.

In detail, the type of application varies according to the coverage and can be:

  • coverage
  • finishing
  • high coverage
  • special applications

The types of spray gun can be:

  • Conventional: air flow and atomization pressures are within the norm
  • HVLP: High Volume Low Pressure, high air flow and low atomization pressure
  • Airless: Airless operation
  • Special: special applications, suitable for difficult working conditions.

AIRCOM® provides solutions for your every need! Take a look at the table and find out which is the right product for you!

Contact us for more information!

TYPE of PRODUCT APPLICATION NAME of the PRODUCT
HVLP COVERAGE-FINISHING ECO
HVLP COVERAGE 50TH HVLP
HVLP COVERAGE AB HVLP
HVLP COVERAGE B_54
CONVENTIONAL FINISHING HT
CONVENTIONAL FINISHING DA
CONVENTIONAL FINISHING BP
CONVENTIONAL FINISHING LR
CONVENTIONAL FINISHING 50TH
AIRLESS HIGH COVERAGE A16
AIRLESS HIGH COVERAGE A81
SPECIAL SPECIAL
APPLICATION
MG
SPECIAL SPECIAL
APPLICATION
MG 1349
SPECIAL SPECIAL
APPLICATION
NANO

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