Airless Spray Gun helps minimize stress and fatigue.
January 27, 2012 -
Made with forged anodized aluminum body and thick-walled stainless steel fluid tube, 7,500 psi Airless 75 is compatible with high solids and abrasive industrial materials. Needle design keeps spring out of fluid's path, while ergonomic handle and 2-finger trigger helps minimize fatigue. With optional heat guard, unit can handle heated coatings up to 175°F. On Airless 75 Direct Connect model, fluid hose attaches directly to gun, allowing use of high solids and high viscosity materials.
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Binks ITW Industrial Finishing
195 Internationale Blvd.
Glendale Heights, IL, 60139
Binks Introduces the Airless 75 Professional: Built for Tough Jobs, Designed to Reduce Stress and Fatigue
Glendale Heights, IL- Binks new Airless 75 airless spray gun is the rugged 7500 PSI industrial spray gun built to survive the roughest working conditions using an operator-friendly stress reducing design.
Made with a forged anodized aluminum body, this latest Binks professional spray gun features a thick-walled stainless steel fluid tube and is compatible with high solids and abrasive industrial materials. The exclusive needle design was developed to keep the spring out of the fluid's path, and the packings are adjustable for longer life. With almost any coating, from stain to zinc, the Binks Airless 75 is a high production spray gun that delivers a quality finish.
Available in two gun versions, the Binks Airless 75 with external stainless steel fluid tube with the optional heat guard allows use of heated coatings up to 175°F (79°C). On the Binks Airless 75 Direct Connect model the fluid hose attaches directly to the gun, allowing the use of high solids and high viscosity materials.
The Binks Airless 75 has a stress reducing ergonomic handle and a two finger trigger. This combination gives the operator maximum comfort, more control, and better leverage of the spray gun. The payoff is a more productive finishing operation, less hand fatigue and lower risk of RSI.
Binks pioneered the development of liquid spray finishing technology more than a century ago and continues to set the standard. For more information about Binks products, visit www.binks.com or contact Binks Customer Service at 1-800-992-4657.
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