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HVLP automatic guns: technology at your service

5 September 2020

A focus on HVLP spray guns

How to choose the right gun technology for painting?

The choice of the spray gun is based on multiple factors, which depend on the quality of the paint to be obtained, the type of application and the type of product you intend to work with. In this article, we will see together what an HVLP spray gun is and what its characteristics are: at the end you will find examples of guns that you can use on your system.

The HVLP automatic spray guns have high air flow (High Volume) and low output pressure (Low Pressure): they therefore exploit the high volume of incoming air to obtain an excellent finish at low operating pressures.

They are suitable for all types of products to be sprayed, from paints, glues, resins to adhesives, simply by choosing the rod and nozzle that suit that particular product.

Aircom Original has designed two HVLP automatic guns that meet different needs, keeping the overspray due to the spray of the paint low:

  • AIRCOM® AB HVLP GUN: is a volumetric gun with high air flow and low outlet pressure, which allows to reduce the number of steps dedicated to the pigmentation treatment.
  • AIRCOM® 50-TH HVLP GUN: offers the possibility to switch from a standard pressure gun to a low overspray gun (HVLP) by simply replacing the nozzle and head, while maintaining its exceptional quality finish.
  • AIRCOM® ECO GUN: respects the ecological side of industrial processes and focuses particularly on their environmental impact.
  • AIRCOM® B_54 GUN: this spray gun guarantees maximum transfer efficiency.

 

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