Metallic Powder Nozzle F5
F5 Powder Nozzle for Metallic
The new F5 metallic nozzles of WAGNER for manual and automatic guns enable a significant quality increase in the use of difficult effect and metallic powder coatings.
F5 nozzle for Metallic Powder Coating
The new nozzles were specially developed for the WAGNER PEM-X1 manual gun and PEA-C4 automatic gun. Their special internal geometry prevents powder deposits on the inside of the nozzle when using highly pigmented metallic paints in a wide variety of areas, such as metal furniture, household appliances, motorcycles or in the automotive industry.
Less rework by avoiding powder deposits
High application efficiency, optimized electrodeposition and uniform powder cloud
เFast and reliable color change thanks to low effort for cleaning the guns
Significant productivity increase
The nozzles minimize powder deposits and thus increase the surface quality. This also leads to considerable savings due to a reduced reject rate or rework, and thus contributes to a sustainable production process.
Example of attachment on powder gun
X-nozzles for the coating of complex workpiece shapes
In addition to the flat jet nozzle, X-design nozzles (with crossed slot) are available especially for coating hard-to-reach areas on the workpiece. They can be used for robot applications as well as for manual re-coating. There are variants especially for metallic applications (F5-X nozzle) and conventional powder coatings (X nozzle).
Your advantages of the X-nozzles:
Simple motion sequences for the coating of complex geometries
Always optimal alignment to difficult corners and edges
Short coating time and high efficiency
The X1 F5 nozzle, 5 cm longer than the standard nozzle can also be used as a short nozzle extension, which is extremely practical when coating smaller cabinets for example.
X Nozzle C4 F1-X
X Nozzle X1 F5-X
X Nozzle C4 F5-X
Flow simulations for a comparison of powder deposits
Powder deposits are clearly visible on the wedge on the inside of the nozzle.
New F5 nozzles
The CFD simulation shows a significant reduction in powder deposits