Keeping your spray gun clean is key to maintaining peak performance and ensuring it has a long lifespan. Designed to be economical, powerful, and simple to use, SATA says its new Multi Clean 2 brings its precision, German engineering to spray gun cleaning.
SATA said Multi Clean 2 features a powerful, yet gentle, automatic washing cycle that efficiently decontaminates all material passages. You can use it to thoroughly clean guns at least once a day or quickly rinse them after each paint application task. There is also a manual, hand washing mode that lets you efficiently tackle cleaning tasks, such as pre-cleaning of the gun and cup.
According to SATA, Multi Clean 2 also features a pedal activated flow of cleaning fluid to the brush and is a closed system that is VOC compliant. To protect other internal parts of the gun, a low-pressure air connection prevents cleaning solution entering the air passages during cleaning and rinsing.
There are two internal storage container systems – one for the cleaning phase and another for the rinse cycle. SATA said using only fresh cleaning solution for the rinsing process means low solvent consumption of 200 ml for each cleaning cycle. A replaceable filter inside the cleaning system container captures coarse residue from the washing process and removes it from the system.
According to SATA, an automatic fume extraction system protects the operator from harmful vapours while the lid of the cleaning chamber is open. The system is driven by a high performance, robust, low-wear, double diaphragm pump that delivers a long lifespan of efficient and effective gun washing.
A range of SATA spray equipment is available from authorised SATA distributors across Australia.