New Rapid Trigger Valve Technology from Krautzberger, which will be exhibiting at IWF 2024, allows for faster on/off switching performance and more efficient spray patterns.
The latest additions to Krautzberger’s line of spray guns use its new Rapid Trigger Air Valve Technology which allows for reduced needle diameter and faster on/off switching performance while reducing overspray, minimizing material used and producing a near-perfect spray pattern, the company says.
The new technology can be found on the company’s Mikro XSmv and DUO A 22 models, offering the fastest, most efficient and cost-effective automatic spray solutions. Moving forward, this technology will be installed in all new and updated Krautzberger Spray Guns.
“The Krautzberger Rapid Trigger Air Valve Technology is unique and unlike any existing technology,” the Vint Hill, VA firm said in making the introduction. “Air volume is increased by 60% so that even highly viscous material can be atomized. With a switching frequency of up to 30 Hz, the patent-pending pre-and post-air control offers high precision and reproducibility in fully automated spraying systems.”
Krautzberger said its new technology provides a precise spray pattern, minimizing overspray and providing cost savings on materials, as well as requiring less energy to complete the spray cycle.
More information on the new products is available on the company’s website, Krautzberger.com.
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