Popular with painters who like to clean their spray guns automatically and regularly disassemble their spray gun to conveniently detail clean the components manually in the cleaning sink.
The automatic cycle consists of wash, air rinse and clean rinse.
Washing is activated by a wash timer and powered by a long-lasting dual-diaphragm pump that outputs 3.7 gallons of solvent per minute.
Stainless steel wash tank with 9 spray jet manifold for long life; mounting adapters to distribute solvent to the paint channel of the spray gun.
Pump halts immediately, if the lid is raised during cleaning, to prevent exposure to the liquid, providing a safe operation.
The funnel and waste pail conveniently collects waste paint before cleaning the spray guns.
Stainless steel manual cleaning sink with spigot. Brush kit to clean components of a spray gun.
Place the spray gun on the mounting adapter in the cleaning tank and turn the automatic timer. A 4 inch diaphragm pump drives cleaning liquid up through 1) the mounting adapters to flush the paint channel of the spray gun and 2) through 9 spray jets to wash overspray from the outside of the gun. Solvent drains back into the customer supplied pail, for reuse, a green approach.
Press the air rinse button to flush the wash liquid and then press the clean rinse button to send 100 CC of clean solvent through the jets to rinse the spray guns. 1 spray gun is cleaned in one minute.
A painter can disassemble spray equipment and detail clean the parts, first with a brush from the brush kit and then rinse under the spigot.
Requires minimum of 85 PSI, 2 CFM of clean dry air. Pressure regulator is built in.
Pump for automatic wash: 4″ dual diaphragm pump with unique shuttle valve for long life, output is 3.7 gal/min (14 L/min).
Pump for brush: 2″ dual diaphragm pump with unique shuttle valve for long life, output is 1.9 gal/min (7 L/min).
Cleans paint from the following types of spray guns: gravity, siphon, pressure and cleans pots.