To ensure a fast drying process following the application of waterborne paint, it is vital to apply as much air as possible within a short period of time onto the painted object.
To achieve this objective, the new SATA dry jet 2 also relies on the Venturi principle like its predecessor: In addition to the compressed air feeding the system, a multiple of ambient air is drawn in that serves directly to accelerate the drying process.
The new design incorporates a flat fan nozzle. The SATA dry jet 2 has an extra large air footprint, which the company said further increases the drying efficiency, helping reduce the flash-off time and enhance the quality of the drying process at the same time. The recommended inlet pressure is 29 to 35 psi and uses 8.2 to 9.35 CFM; with the Venturi principle design the CFM is magnified x10 to give a 92.35 CFM output.
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