What are the classifications of spray guns?

Update:23-11-2020
Summary:

There are two types of spray guns: normal pressure type […]

There are two types of spray guns: normal pressure type and pressurized type.
Spray guns are mainly A, B, C, D, E, F, G type
Type A, Type B, and Type C are mainly suitable for nozzles with outer diameters of Φ18, Φ20, Φ21, Φ22.5, etc.; Type D spray guns are suitable for nozzles with outer diameters such as Φ15, Φ16, Φ12.5, etc.; for E and F types For horn nozzles; G type is suitable for nozzles with outer diameters of Φ15, Φ16, Φ18, Φ20, etc.
The spray gun also has a pressure spray gun, a Karel spray gun, and an automatic recovery spray gun.
Makeup airbrush
Airbrush technology is one of the most popular makeup techniques for makeup. The makeup is beautiful and used in movies, shows, etc. It is a kind of creative makeup. Airbrush makeup technology uses an airbrush to apply makeup on the skin. The process is a bit like an airbrush tanning method. It is performed with a small spray gun. The small spray gun passes through the airflow to better allow the cosmetics to fit the skin and create a smooth and even feel.
Paint spray gun
When the compressed air generated by the air compressor is ejected through the air cap at the front of the spray gun, a low pressure area lower than the atmospheric pressure is generated at the front of the paint nozzle connected to it. The automatic selection of spray gun is included. The pressure difference generated at the nozzle of the spray gun sucks the paint out of the paint storage tank, and under the action of the high-speed spray force of compressed air, it atomizes into particles and sprays on the surface of the coating.

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