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Spraying gun for insulating plaster The right solution for every application

Spraying gun for insulating plaster
  • Spraying gun attachment

Thanks to fine spraying guns, the mortar mixed in the machine could be sprayed efficiently and uniformly. The machine is switched on and off by opening and closing the air tap on the unit. The PFT system provides the professional with a wide range of spraying guns for every application. For retroactively swelling materials, such as insulating plasters, PFT spraying guns with a ball valve or an automatic squeezer valve are used. The ball valve ensures that the material flow is stopped. The squeezer valve prevents pressure build-up in the material hose and in doing so reduces the risk of accidents.

  • Construction site-tested, useful and handy

Details

PFT spraying guns allow the grout mixed in the machine to be sprayed efficiently and uniformly. Opening and closing the air valve on the fine plaster spraying gun switches the machine on and off. For processing wall surfaces, we recommend a short spraying gun with a straight spray head. A spraying gun with a longer design and an offset head is useful for ceiling surfaces. To cope with longer hose lengths, the rotating joint on the spraying gun offers huge benefits. Helping you win the fight against twisted hoses. For retroactively swelling materials, such as insulating plasters, spraying guns with a ball valve or an automatic squeezer valve are used. For fine materials, and to guarantee a clean spray pattern (even in corners) the conical spraying caps are the right choice.

Spraying gun attachment:
1. Hose connection
2. Type of nozzle
3. Angle°
4. Length
5. Rotating coupling
6. Air connection
7. Ø Air nozzle

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Description Edition Document type
MO10_de PFT Schläuche/Spritzgeräte Aug. 2003 Modulprogramm
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