Krautzberger North America will show how it has integrated patent-pending Rapid Trigger Air Valve Technology with its top performing spray guns at AWFS.
“This technology, along with the reduced needle diameter, allows for faster on/off switching performance, reducing overspray, minimizing material used and producing a near perfect spray pattern,” the company said. “Air volume is increased by 60 percent 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. The Krautzberger Rapid Trigger Air Valve Technology is unique and unlike any existing technology.
“A new innovation in air-assistant airless technology, the new DUO A 22 is designed for rapid and precise on/off switching dynamics. The Rapid Trigger Air Valve 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. The DUO A 22 is lightweight, with fewer parts, making it quick and simple to maintain. With precise and rapid fan pattern development, the DUO A 22 excels in sophisticated, fully automatic coating systems.
“With a directly mounted solenoid valve, the Mikro XSmv is a version of the Mikro XS and offers a light weight, compact option with rapid pre air control up to 50 Hz trigger speed/cycle (open, fan pattern build and close). Additional benefits of the Mikro XSmv include easy and simple maintenance, enhanced switching dynamics, precise spray pattern and improved service life. With the ability to process a variety of materials closer to the work piece, overspray is greatly reduced, providing material cost savings.
“Equipped with the Krautzberger Rapid Trigger Air Valve Technology, Mikro XSmv and the DUO A 22 offers 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.”
Visit with Krautzberger at AWFS booth No. 2965.