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Trade Tip 2 Airless Spray Nozzle

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The latest nozzle technology for first class finish and superior durability.

Perfect spray pattern with optimal atomization. The Trade Tip 2 nozzle system sets new standards in paint application.

Ease of use, precision technology and long life quality of the nozzle core ensure the highest quality surface finish. It offers a broad spectrum of uses for the application of paints, primers, emulsions, flame proofing and corrosion protection, right up to airless spraying plasters. TradeTip 2 is available in Standard, Fine Finish, Line Finish and Wide Finish.

The nozzle core is made of tungsten carbide, a high grade hard metal alloy, and is thus extremely durable. For the Trade Tip 2 nozzles, this means: a wear resistant nozzle bore with a long lasting constant spray angle. Our nozzles are manufactured with the greatest precision. In-house manufacturing process controlled from the raw material right up to the finished nozzle ensures the highest quality, and guarantees defined spraying widths and spraying angles.

Features include clear indication of the spraying direction or cleaning position by the arrow symbol, large handle surface for ease of use even when wearing gloves, high quality finished surface for low friction, wear-free rotation of the nozzle, tapered lead chamber for a quick, precise nozzle change, easy changing and insertion of the double seal thanks to the integral tool and height limit and stop angle for a precise nozzle position.

The nozzle is at the heart of airless spraying. The nozzle core is responsible for the quality of the coating results because this is where the material is atomised into a spray jet as it passes through. It is made of a tungsten carbide alloy and the resistant nozzle bore provides a constant spray angle for a long period.

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Fine Finish Spraying

Gun Spraying

The Nozzle angle determines the width of the spray jet.

Nozzle core of the highest precision. The bore diameter determines the flow rate and thus the amount of paint being applied.

Nozzle bore
The ideal spraying distance from the object is always about 300 mm.
Airless Spraying
Quickly and easily cleaned thanks to its excellent construction: simply rotate the nozzle and flush out - completely without tools.
Switch Tip
First class surfaces with the right nozzle and gun filter.
Filters

TradeTip 2 - FineFinish

The top of the range painting nozzle for particularly high-grade finishes. Optimal atomisation even in the low pressure ranges. Easy to use.

Fine Finish tip

TradeTip 2 - LineFinish

The special nozzle for high quality lining and marking work. Sharp edges, precise and clean.

Line Finish

Line finishing

Airless Spraying explained

In Airless atomisation, paint is drawn into the gun by vacuum and is pressurised.

It is forced through a small orifice causing it to atomise.

The paint is delivered to the job by fluid pressure only; therefore there is a reduce in overspray, this leads to paint savings and higher quality of finish.

Airless atomisation

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