The NEW PX-7 mechanical purge gun is a celebrated gun on PMC's 10-year anniversary. This gun is designed for open pour applications and provides accurate on-ratio dispensing and handles a variety of materials. The PX-7 delivers repeatable, accurate shots - as well as accurate, on-ratio dispensing. The gun is lightweight and easy to use.
Mechanical Purge: PX-7 incorporates a valving rod to mechanically purge the mixed material from the mixing module at the end of each shot; eliminates the need for solvent flushing or air purge.
Hand Honed One-Piece Valving Rod: In addition to tight tolerance manufacturing of the one-piece valving rod, the PMC PX-7 valving rod is then hand honed in the areas that mate with the mixing module, thus improving the life of the module. Internal Impingement: Mixing module is designed for long service life. A large variety of styles are available to be used in conjunction with various pattern control discs to provide the highest level of mixing and pattern development. Machined Coupling Block: PX-7 comes standard with a precision machined coupling block made from high strength steel. Rebuildable Manual Valves: PMC has included the latest innovation in rebuildable manual valves on the PX-7 guns that are sturdy, simple and economical to rebuild. Stainless Steel Hardened Gun Block: No more worries about cracking a cast gun block. The PX-7 gun block is made from Stainless Steel and is then hardened for long life, minimum wear and provides a positive and robust connection for the coupling block screw. Check Valves: Easy removal of check valves from Side Screen Screws for maintenance and cleaning.
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Machined Coupling Block
Hand honed Valving Rod
Rebuildable manual valves
Stainless steel hardening gun block
Technical Data PX-7 Mechanical Purge Gun
Weight (w/o coupling block) 4.3 lbs (1.95 kg)
Weight (w/coupling block) 5.0 lbs (2.27 kg)
Dimensions 9 x 9.5 x 6.5 (23cm x 24cm x 11cm)
Maximum Working Pressure 3500 psi (245 bar)
Maximum Air Pressure 125 psi (8.6 bar)
Maximum Production (1:1 Ratio) 40 lbs per minute (18 kg)
Minimum Production (1:1 Ratio) 3.3 lbs per minute (1.5 kg)