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Fluid needle loading assembly for an airless spray paint gun










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6276616.

An airless spray gun having a gun body and in the gun body a first internal passageway for fluid under pressure to flow to a discharge nozzle, a valve in this passageway for adjusting the flow rate of the fluid and a valve stem for actuating the valve, where the valve stem extends through a second internal passageway, the gun further including a spring biasing the valve stem in a downstream direction to close the valve and a trigger for moving the valve stem in the upstream direction to open the valve, the first passageway intersecting the second passageway downstream of the spring and upstream of the valve.








 
 
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