Krautzberger A11 Automatic Spray Gun

Krautzberger A11 automatic spray gun
Krautzberger A11 Automatic Spray Gun

Part No: 200-0149

Fluid Tip/Nozzle

Part No.: 050-XXXX
Range: 0.3-6.0mm (0.3, 0.5, 0.8, 1.0, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.5, 6.0)
Nozzle Material: stainless steel
(Options: hardened stainless steel, tungsten carbide, aluminium or POM)

Air Cap (Air Nozzle)

Part No.: 060-XXXX
Atomization Technique: Rotary Jet or Flat/Circular
Range: (more than 25 different types)
Air Cap Material: brass, nickel-plated
(Options: MS PTFE-coated, aluminium or POM)

Technical Specifications

Weight: 0.75 kg/1.65 lbs (aluminium design) / 0.96 kg/2.12 lbs (stainless steel design)
Air Connection (Control Air): 1/4″
Air Connection (Atomisation Air): 1/4″
Fluid Connection: 3/8″
Fluid Head Connection: single (Options: bottom or circulation connection)
Working pressure (Control Air): max. 4-8 bar (58-116 psi)
Working pressure (Atomisation Air): max. 8 bar (116 psi)
Working pressure (spray fluid): max. 12 bar (174 psi)
Temperature (Spray Fluid): max. 50°C (122°F)
Temperature (Control & Atomisation Air): max. 50°C (122°F)


The Krautzberger A-11 can be considered as the workhouse among the automatic spray guns and is often used in harsh production environments such as glazing, ceramic and leather.

This particular Krautzberger spray gun model consists of two parts: the control section and the fluid head section: The fluid head section, either standard hard-coated or stainless steel, can be easily removed from the control section by unscrewing just one screw (Fast Cleaning & Low Maintenance)
In order to prevent any material from running or dripping at the nozzle, the control system, which is activated by a 3/2-way valve, works in a particular sequence: First, the air-controlled piston opens the air atomisation valve and only then then the material nozzle of the spray gun opens and starts to spray the fluid. And during switch-off it works vice versa: First the material nozzle closes and then the air atomisation valve (Non-Drip Design).

The spray gun also features a range of different fluid connections (e.g. single connection, bottom connection or circulating connection) to suit any possible automatic spray coating application. The gun can be operated both as an independent device as well as in a larger system (e.g. as a component of a fully-automatic coating system as well as a spray robot).


Virtually any liquid coatings, incl. general purpose, glazing, ceramic, sanitary ware and leather.

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