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Air Regulator+anest Iwata W-101 131g(1.3mm) Gravity Feed Gun Without Cup on 2040-parts.com

US $190.00
Location:

Tokyo, JP

Tokyo, JP
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Country of Manufacture:Japan

DESCRIPTION

Anest IWATA W-101 131G(1.3mm) Gravity Feed Gun without Cup
+ Anest Iwata Air Regulator


Improved maneuverability

 Light weight gun body

 Well-balanced gun body


Stable atomizing performance

 Less paint adhesion to the air cap

 Steady spray pattern

 Uniform coating

The English instruction is provided on web. here
                                                                                                                                                                   

 ItemType of feed  Fluid nozzle orifice(φmm)Atomizing air pressure(MPa)  Air consumption
      (L/min)
 Fluid output (mL/min) Pattern width (mm) General atomization Applied air cap modelRequired air compressor (kW) Mass(g) Applications
W101
131G 
Gravity 1.3  0.24 145 160 170K1  0.4~0.75 295 Automotive refinishing, woodwork,
      furniture, metal, plastic
                                                                                                                                                 

PAYMENT

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SHIPPING

 I will generally ship the item by Economy Int'l Shipping. It will take you around 2 weeks to receive it. However If you want other shipping option, we can introduce Expedited shipping for you. Could you ask me about cost and delivery dates?

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