Kremlin manufactures spray equipment for varnishes, paints, glues, and sealants in the wood, metal, plastic and automotive markets worldwide.
The Kremlin Airmix® spray technology, as its name implies, is a highly efficient coating atomization process caused by a mixture of forces. Medium range hydraulic pressures on the fluid, developed by a pump, forces the paint through a small orifice mounted in an air-cap at very low fluid velocity. This hydraulic force produces an initial projection (fan) of tiny paint droplets that with the assistance of slight pneumatic forces causes a uniform dispersion of finely atomized particles to travel at a low velocity of approximately 2 feet per second towards the intended substrate.
The pneumatic force is relatively light compared to other atomization methods. Patented air-cap technology directs the relatively small volume, low pressure stream to smoothly blend into the fan versus impinge it. This low turbulent, low velocity paint atomization technology allows a high degree of control in depositing a coating to its intended surface.
Kremlin Airmix® is the prominent spray technology asked for in wood, metal, and composites finishing applications.
Airmix® spraying systems are in service in finish departments of companies large and small, providing an efficient spray finishing process, saving usually 30% of coatings, as well as compressed air costs.
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