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Suction feed tubes and systems price list r.r.p


order ref description 36 Series/450


Larger Capacity Suction filter assys 36-450/42 Green 1in BSP(F) 36-452/42 Orange 3/4 BSP(F) 36-453/42 Black 1/2 BSP(F) 36-454/42 Blue M28 x 1.5(F) 36-455/42 Red M15x1 (F) 36-456/42 Yellow 1in push on 36-420


Cap Seal


36-400 series Screen included, specify mesh size 37-526


Latex Basket filter M28F 36 Series/029


Stainless steel suction filter. 36-029/01/** 30 mesh 36-029/02/** 60 mesh


Rat catchers


RAT319152 3/4inUNF coarse Nylon boss. (replaces 235004)


RAT329153. 7/8inUNF coarse Nylon boss. (replaces 276-385 )


RAT329122. 1in UNF coarse stainless steel (replaces 183-770)


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Add thread detail to part number. eg 36-029/01/3/4in Choose from sizes available:- 1in, 3/4in,1/2in,3/8in, M28 or M15


£8.00 £6.20 £6.50


Pneumatic control panel options


Alternative manifold arrangements


Price list page 131 page 131 page 132


Carriage & packing charges page 144 Terms and conditions inside back cover


£18.00 £22.00


£40.18 £40.18 £40.18 £40.18 £40.18 £40.18 £6.34


£20.00


section eleven Colour change equipment Colour Changing equipment


for Airless and Air Assisted Airless spray systems. page 128


Modular colour change system


Colour valve page 129 page 129


Compact colour change page 130 system for 250bar


Low pressure colour change valve for 20bar duty


page 131


Time is of the essence on busy production lines. Colour changing can be messy and time consuming. Where you have a system that needs colours, on demand, a colour changing system is the better solution. Often the colour is selected at the computer controlling the production process, this means speed, then, reliability is a must. The systems provided by Exitflex are meeting that demand in installations today. Could your production benefit from an automated colour changing system?


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