M22 P HTV Manual Airspray Spray Gun Pressure
- Outstanding spray results on sharply profiled surfaces
- Best transfer efficiency on sharp surfaces
- Answers to HVLP standards
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Fluid Outlet||320 (11.2)||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Minimum Fluid Outlet||100 (3.5)||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Recommended Air Pressure (min)||2 (29)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||24 (14.1)||m3/h (cfm)|
|Maximum Fluid Temperature||50 (122)||°C (°F)|
|Air Inlet||M 1/4" NPS|
|Fluid Inlet||M 3/8" NPS|
|Stainless Steel, PEEK Wetted Parts||♦|
|Weight||580 (20.5)||g (oz)|
|PH||5 - 8|
|Tips / Nozzle||♦|
|M22 gun htv||135142201|
|M22 gun htv||135142202|
|M22 gun htv||135142203|
|SERVICING KIT FOR M22P||Maintenance pack (includes a pack of seals + gun components)||129140902|
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