This section provides an overview for lumina automatic spray guns as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 8 lumina automatic spray gun manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A Lumina automatic spray gun is a coating equipment that can spray liquid into atomized form. There is an extensive lineup of products, from the characteristics of the main unit to the ability to adjust the amount of liquid and the pattern of application.
The characteristics of the main body include circulation specifications suitable for liquids that easily separate, and stainless steel construction suitable for liquids with corrosive properties, to meet a wide variety of needs.
Spray application is made possible by liquid nozzles consisting of five different types to allow a variety of patterns, which can also be selected according to the particle size of the spray and the type of liquid used .
Lumina automatic spray guns are used for dispensing and painting because they can output liquids in atomized form and can also adjust the particle size of the spray that is injected.
In particular, it is suitable for oil spraying, so it is used for the application of various oils, such as release agents, oils for food processing and presses, coating with various paints, such as UV paints and photocatalytic paints, and humidification. It is also used for applying adhesives such as bonds and for the application of high-viscosity liquids.
Liquids can be atomized by a spray gun which is explained below.
This is achieved by mixing the liquid with compressed air, which turns the liquid into fine particles. The atomization of the liquid into fine particles allows it to be spread evenly and thinly.
This is followed by the structural principle of an automatic spray gun.
Another structural feature of automatic spray guns is that they are turned on and off by automatic control.
While manual spray guns are controlled by pulling a trigger, automatic spray guns are controlled by compressed air.
When compressed air enters the automatic spray gun, the needle is pulled, the liquid passage is opened, and the liquid and compressed air mix to create finer particles of liquid, which are then ejected from the spray port. structure allows compressed air to simultaneously change the state of the liquid and automatically control it.
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Carlisle Fluid Technologies is a conglomerate over many brands including BGK, Banks, DeVilbiss, Hosco, MS, and Ransburg. Through these brands, Carlisle Fluid Technologies globally distributes to industries such as aerospace, automotive OEM, automotive refinishing, general industrial, glass, protective coatings, and wood, solutions for numerous applications such as fluid and sealing needs. Carlisle Fluid Technologies’s product lines include diaphragm pumps, automatic applicators, air filtration, air regulators, hose and tube fittings, gas curing, inspection systems, nozzle cleaning systems, and more.
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