Kornwestheim, Germany -- November 17, 2014 -- SATA has announced the addition of a high performance spray gun—SATAjet 5000 B—to its product range.

Set to launch during this year's Automechanika, Germany's international trade show, the design focused on versatility regarding inlet pressure, application distance and improved adaptability to the specific requirements of the different paint systems available.

  The SATAjet 5000 B will debut at this year's Automechanika in Germany.     

"The SATAjet 5000 B allows the painter to flexibly set the inlet pressure in a range between 0.5 and 2.4 bar and to spray with a distance between 10 to 21 cm, depending on material, ambient conditions and personal preferences, in order to achieve optimum finishes, regardless whether working with HVLP or RP technology," says Dr. Ewald Schmon, Head of R&D Application Technology at SATA.

Available with a wide range of nozzle sizes, an additional option of a digital pressure gauge integrated into the handle to display inlet pressure is made available with the SATAjet 5000 B DIGITAL. Alternatively, the standard gun version can be upgraded with the retrofit digital pressure gauge, the SATA adam 2. Both gun handles are identical in size and shape.

Finished with a corrosion-resistant, satin-gloss pearlchrome surface, the SATAjet 5000 B features a larger air micrometer, easy to clean components, a self-adjusting paint needle seal with guard, a brass air cap, stainless steel paint needles and fluid tips.

SATA spray guns are developed and manufactured in Germany, with each nozzle set hand-adjusted.

For more information on SATA, please visit sata.com.

 

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