Pumps to Offer Pulse-Free Spray

FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 2015


An industrial finishing technology manufacturer has announced the release of its new series of diaphragm pumps.

Glendale Heights, IL-based Binks is introducing its DX70 series of air-operated 1:1 ratio diaphragm pumps.

Built for direct feed to a single spray gun, Binks DX70 diaphragm pumps include a built-in fluid regulator to ensure a constant and virtually pulse-free delivery of paints and materials, the company said.

This design reduces the cost and complexity of additional fluid regulators or surge chambers, according to Binks.

The DX70 pump features a unique diaphragm no-crease shape for a long life, the company said.

The acetal pump body with stainless steel balls and soft seats allows for universal paint compatibility for solvents and water-based materials, the manufacturer said.

The company also indicated that the air valve provides smooth, quiet and surge-free paint delivery up to 34 fl. oz/min (1000 cc/min).

The DX70 fully assembled outfits include the Binks Trophy HVLP spray gun and 25 feet each of air and fluid hose.

It comes in four configurations: wall, cart, tripod or pail options.

For more information: www.binks.com.

   

Tagged categories: Air spray; Asia Pacific; Binks; Coating Application; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Latin America; North America; Spray equipment; Spray guns; Spray systems

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