The unique tip and air cap design of the air assisted airless HVLP spray gun allows operators to use lower fluid and air pressure than the competition to achieve an exceptionally fine finish. It provides high transfer efficiency and a softer spray pattern with less bounceback. The main body is made of solid forged aluminum. The advantage of this type of gun is reduced overspray and VOC emissions.
Air assisted airless pump combines airless atomization speed with the fine finish of air spray, which makes it ideal for many finishing and coating applications that require high production levels and a relatively smooth finish such as railcar, fabricated metal parts, and farm and construction equipment.
Air Assisted Flares are less expensive to operate than stream-assisted flares. Air-assisted flares are not suitable for large gas volumes because the airflow is difficult to control when the gas flow is intermittent. Air-assisted flares are generally used for moderate off-gas gas flows. Air-assisted flares are given a different limit for the exit velocity.
Air Atomizing Nozzle uses air pressure and volume to produce droplets from liquid that is supplied at low pressure. The advantage of this type of system includes the ability to control droplet size independently of flow rate. Air atomizing nozzles are normally used for coating granules and other small particles. Hydraulic nozzles are capable of higher delivery capacities but typically make droplets above 100µm in diameter compared to 25µm for most air atomizing (two fluid) nozzles. Air atomizing nozzles are capable of delivering droplets in the 10 to 100µm size range, all such nozzles tend to make larger droplets at higher liquid flow rates.
Air Backfill Tampers are ideal for compacting soil and asphalt in close quarters. The applications include repairing foundation & pavement, installing utility poles and filling holes. All models feature a round steel butt tamping foot and a long handle design for easy operation.