Simply designed with high endurance and LVMP technology
LVMP High Transfer Efficiency Gun Series
- High Transfer Efficiency
- Low Air Consumption
- Fine Atomization
Why does LVMP have better transfer efficiency?
The difference of the transfer efficiency between standard spray gun and HVLP gun is the air velocity. The both air velocities are in the same soud-speed area when an instant of coming out from the air cap. However, when it becomes the distance of approximately 200mm, it generates large defference.
Therefore, if the velocity is low at 200mm distance, the transfer efficiency becomes better even atomized with higher air pressure than HVLP.
|Gun Types||Gun Inlet Pressure||Air Cap Pressure||Air Consumption||Air Velocity||Transfer Efficiency|
|AGXV-541-5805-DFX (LVMP Gun)||0.25MPa||0.20MPa||280L/min||16m/sec.||74%|
|AGXV-541-46-FX (HVLP Gun)||0.45MPa||0.09MPa||750L/min||19m/sec.||55%|
|AGX-550-777-FX (Standard Gun)||0.40MPa||0.35MPa||500L/min||22m/sec.||44%|
|Atomization Air Pressure (Gun Inlet)||0.4MPa(4.0kgf/cm²)|
|Fluid Inlet||G3/8(Standard), G1/4(Option)|
|Cylinder Air Inlet (CYL)||G1/4|
|Atomization Air Inlet (CAP)||G1/4|
|Measurement||L178 × W45 × H45|
Air Cap, Fluid Tip Selection
|Fluid Tip Size||Air Cap No.|
|Spray Pattern (Spray Distance=200mm)||220mm||300mm|