SATA introduces new high-pressure spray mix coating

SATA introduces new high-pressure spray mix coating

SATA introduced the new SATAjet K 1800 spray mix, a new product in the field of high pressure coating. With the “spray mix technology” the paint material is applied at high pressure, creating a pre-formed airless spray fan. Through the air cap, compressed air is fed to this airless spray fan, which helps to shape it and enables an even droplet distribution. The result is a homogeneous material application for highest surface quality, the company noted.

Additional product features the company detailed include:

• The ergonomic design in combination with the low trigger force of only 24 Nm enables fatigue-free working even during longer coating sessions.

• Thanks to its light weight, the SATAjet K 1800 spray mix is perfect for continuous and time-intensive coating processes.

• The innovative, two-part clampLock paint needle system enables easier maintenance.

The SATAjet K 1800 is an excellent tool for a wide range of applications in various sectors – from the woodworking and automotive industry to machinery, steelwork, shipbuilding and also container construction.

The new SATA spray mix spray gun is suited for both classic craftmanship, as well as for industrial applications. Thanks to the various adjustment options and the finely tuned nozzle range, is suited for high profitability, high area output and high finishing quality. The SATAjet K 1800 spray mix is available in three versions, with different nozzle sizes available for your individual setup. Customers can also retrofit a swivel joint for the material connection as well as for the air connection. This reduces the twisting of the connected hoses and makes the painting process easier.

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