How does NitroHeat work?
- Compressed air is supplied to the nitrogen generator
- The air undergoes a multi-stage filtration process
- The filtered air is passed through a membrane
- The membrane traps the nitrogen and releases the other gases
- The nitrogen is passed through a heater
- The heated nitrogen leaves the NitroHeat cabinet and passes through a heated hose to the spray gun
What comes with NitroHeat?
The complete system comprises the following:
- Nitrogen generation unit including filters, membrane nitrogen generator and heater
- Heated hose 25ft
- Quick connect inlet coupler
- Power connector for heater
Why should my shop switch to NitroHeat?
- Increased efficiency
- Improved finish quality
- Cost reduction in paint materials
- Improved cycle time
How can NitroHeat save my shop money?
- Use less paint
- Shorten your bake cycles – get more use from your spray booth
- Improved quality of finished product
What’s the return on my investment?
If you spray an average of 10 panels per day, 5 days per week, you can expect to recover your investment in a maximum of 12 months
What kind of paints and coatings can I use with NitroHeat?
You can use any type of paint and coatings that require a curing a process. This includes primers, base coats and clear coats.
What is the warranty on NitroHeat?
All Nitroheat systems are supplied with a 3 year manufacturer guarantee as per the following conditions:
1. Compressed air supply must be clean and dry
2. Nitroheat pre filters must be replaced every 6 months
3. Nitroheat system must be operated in an environment with a temperature of between 60 – 90F
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