Rotary Atomizer exhibits speeds up to 70,000 rpm.
July 19, 2006 -
With quick disconnect feature, robot-mounted RMA-303 Direct Rotary Atomizer speeds atomization exchanges. High-wear cartridge valves feature one-piece needle and stem design with replaceable fluid seat. Change-outs are facilitated through color-coded tubing bundle. Regardless of substrate or application, color match or clear coat cup technology, along with dual shape air passages, provides flexibility from large panels to cut-ins.
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ITWRansburg Electrostatic Systems
320 Phillips Ave.
Toledo, OH, 43612
The State of the Art Robot-Mounted Rotary Atomizer
Built on the ITW Automotive Finishing RMA proven technology platform, the RMA-303 Direct Rotary Atomizer is the most flexible, transfer efficient applicator on the market today. Regardless of the substrate or application, our color match or clear coat cup technology, along with dual shape air passages, provides optimum flexibility from large panels to cut-ins. We've designed our bell cups to be durable and provide extended life, making them the most dependable in the market.
The RMA-303 Direct features faster atomization exchanges with quick disconnect feature, which increases productivity and parts throughput. It also exhibits speeds of up to 70,000 rpm, creating greater productivity and output. The RMA-303 Direct also contains easy to access, high wear cartridge valves that feature a one-piece needle and stem design with a replaceable fluid seat. Easy change-outs and operational efficiency are made possible through the user-friendly color-coded tubing bundle.
You can count on the RMA-303 Direct to keep your system running at peak performance, so check it out today!
ITW Automotive Finishing and ITW Ransburg, Illinois Tool Works Companies, offer a variety of finishing products and systems, including electrostatic systems, electrostatic HVLP systems, automatic sprayguns, disks and bells, gun reciprocators, closed-loop fluid control systems, and system parts and accessories. Harold Ransburg first experimented with paint charging and surface grounding technologies in the 1930s, and patented the revolutionary electrostatic finishing process in 1941. Today, ITW remains an industry innovator and serves the global liquid electrostatic spray-finishing marketplace from their headquarters in Toledo, Ohio.
To request a photo or full-color brochure on our RMA-303 Direct, write ITW Automotive Finishing and ITW Ransburg at 320 Phillips Ave., Toledo, OH 43612. You may also call 1-800-909-6886, fax in your request to 1-800-949-6886, or visit our website at www.itwransburg.com.