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Airless spray unit

23rd January 1970
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Page 67, 23rd January 1970 — Airless spray unit
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The latest development to be announced by Volspray is the Aro Model 650-0488 airless spray unit which incorporates an air-operated agitator in its lid. The purpose of this is to maintain in a liquid state materials which tend to settle and the 650-048B can be connected to a factory air supply or to any compressor of 9 cu. ft. capacity or more.

The Volspray Aro unit is compact and portable, being designed to fit all 5gal 6ontainers. It has. however, all the working advantages of heavy-duty airless spray systems and while it has a major application to production lines it is also suitable for maintenance painting and general work.

Features of the 650-0488 are a 3in. divorced-type motor with 28 to 1 pressure ratio, edge-type swivel filter, automatic oiler and foot-valve strainers, precision made regulator and gauge registering 200 psi. in the air manifold. There is a second paint filter at the outlet point as well as the normal foot filter.

All components are of corrosion-resistant metal and the pumping section has double-ball check valves and stainless-steel ball seats. The cover fastens to the paint pail with three swivel hooks tightened with wing nuts. Made by: Volspray Ltd., Crabtree Manorway, Belvedere, E rith, Kent.

Price: £252.


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