Sames Kremlin lightens Xcite spray gun

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Sames Kremlin has made its Xcite Light Airmix manual spray gun even lighter.

“It’s lighter in weight because we have removed the fluid tube and swivel fitting,” says Tom Dean, regional manager for Sames Kremlin. “It is ideal for large and small production facilities requiring a high repeatable finish quality and transfer efficiency.”

Sames Kremlin introduced Airmix in 1975. Airmix is a technology combining quality finish and productivity with high transfer efficiency to achieve minimal overspray, according to the company.

“Airmix technology delivers up to 86 percent transfer efficiency and works well when spraying in recessed areas of parts. The new Xcite Light delivers constant finish quality with no fan adjustments,” adds Dean.

For more, visit www.sames-kremlin.com

This article originally appeared in the August 2018 issue.

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