Automatic Spray Guns for Leather Finishing

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Devilbiss AGGS-522 vs. Krautzberger A16

The Devilbiss AGGS-522 has been known as a reliable automatic spray gun for the coating of leather, especially when used in spray cabins/booths (so-called spray carousels). However, the AGGS-522 spray gun, which was introduced as one of the first HVLP automatic spray guns to the market more than 27 years (!) ago, is discontinued. Here is a comparison between the AGGS-55 and the new A16 of German company Krautzberger, which can be considered as one of the leaders when it comes to leather coating.

DeVilbiss AGGS-522Krautzberger A16
Technical Data:
Atomization Technology:HVLPHigh-Efficient (Option: HVLP)
Pressure Feed Material Supply:re-circulating or directre-circulating or direct
Weight:approx. 950g (Alu Head)approx. 750g (Alu Head)
Air Pressure Atomization (max.):9 bar8 bar
Fluid Pressure (max.):14 bar12 bar
Dimensions (LxWxH):202 x 48 x 92 mm175 x 40 x 74 mm
Air Consumption:480 – 510 l/min !!190 l/min
(XF 0,8mm at 2 bar)
Air Nozzle Indexing:not availablein 45° steps
Nozzle Sizes:up to 2.0 mmup to 2.5 mm
Material Nozzles & Needles:Stainless SteelStainless Steel (Option: wear-resistant grades)
Material Spray Head:AluminumAluminum (Option: Stainless Steel)
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