Nitrogen generators that connect to your compressed air outlet to supply unlimited nitrogen to your paint shop irrespective of the number of paint booths or painters. Our single spray gun solution – NM15 – with the option to upgrade is adequate for most automotive facilities. The NM30 dual spray gun system is the most popular and can be used with receiver tanks and additional HeatPro 200 units for the larger facilities.
These systems can be used in any liquid application – Automotive or Industrial.
Industrial coating users apply a variety of liquids on numerous substrates including steel, aluminum, plastic and other non-ferrous materials. The liquid materials vary in content and viscosity and like any other liquid spray on application, compressed air is used as a propellant. Moisture in compressed has always been a challenge for most spray-on applications. Using the Nitromax solutions from Nitroheat eliminates this concern altogether. The introduction of heat in a controlled thermal process further enhances the productivity and transfer efficiency of the process. We have Nitroheat systems working a variety of industrial applications.
Nitrogen has a broad range of uses in industrial, chemical and food segments amongst others. Some of typical and more common uses of Nitrogen is mining, fire prevention, food packaging, electronics component production and pharmaceuticals.
Nitroheat specializes in Nitrogen for paint application. However, we have designed built custom N2 generator systems for custom applications.
Benefits of Heated Nitrogen
Spraying with a single gas (N2) improves minimizes the overspray, thereby wasting less material and improving your transfer efficiency. A higher volume of paint is transferred to the part being painted and less material is wasted into the atmosphere
The Nitrogen supplied by the Nitromax system is inert and dry (characteristics of Nitrogen), the introduction of heat via the heated hose to the spray gun promotes paint flash time and consequently productivity.
The absence of moisture ensures a higher finisher quality. Minimize "buffing and sanding"
The Nitroheat Difference
Conventional compressed air consists of different gases carrying impurities travelling at different speeds resulting in molecular "collisions" promoting overspray, uneven distribution and layout of paint particles.
Heated Nitrogen from Nitroheat, consists of the same size molecule, travelling at the same speed in the same direction carrying more paint promotes an even layout and distribution nd minimizes overspray.
See Ryan's comments on video after his initial use of the Nitroheat system, and after spraying the new Counts Kustoms shop truck
(Counting Cars - Aired on the History Channel, Season 7, Episode 1)
"Ever since we installed Nitroheat, we have been painting more cars per day and getting better finishes"
See Jack's comments on video in the video section.Jack Barseghian
"By installing and using this heating system, it has decreased our cycle time and increased productivity by 25%"