Wagner Leopard 35-70 Pneumatic Air Assisted Airless Sprayer
- High-pressure piston pump
- User friendly and has the highest safety standards.
- Ideally suited for the entire range of industrial applications
Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless
Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless is a stainless-steel, high-pressure piston pump for Airless and AirCoat applications. This finishing piston pump is user friendly and has the highest safety standards.
Who is The Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless for?
Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless is ideally suited for the entire range of industrial applications from small operations to large industrial plants. This machine can process solvent based, water based and 1&2 component materials, primers, fillers, topcoats and separating agents.
Benefits of The Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless
The Wagner Leopard 35-70 Air Assisted Airless is reliable, durable, and versatile. The use of stainless steel, hard chrome plated piston rods and valve seats made of hard metal ensures a very long service life of the pump regardless of the material used. They have long lasting parts and the quick disassembly reduce and simplify the effort required for maintenance work. Also, thanks for the extremely fast and sensitive switching valves, the pumps operate with very low pulsation even at low working pressures.
How do I know my Pump is going to work?
When you purchase a Spray Pump from Elmbridge UK we will have fully assembled and tested it before it is dispatched to you. From our experience this gives our customers piece of mind and limited down time when their new pump arrives.
What is included with my new Pump?
– Wagner GM 4700 Gun
– Suction Hose
The Difference Between Air Assisted Airless and Airless
Airless spraying uses a high-pressure fluid supply for atomization without the use of compressed air. It is typically used for medium to high viscosity fluid as it delivers a lower finish quality but is perfect for speed and transfer efficiency. Whereas Air Assisted Airless uses a high-pressure fluid for atomization and compressed air at the cap for pattern control it sprays medium to high viscosity fluids for a finish quality better than airless.
|Operating Pressure||250 bar|
|Required CFM||Minimum 15|
|Volumetric Flow per Double Stroke||70 cm³/DS|