The new Prodigy® Generation II spray gun from Nordson is designed to improve dense-phase powder coating performance and color-change speed, along with speed of application and ease-of-use.

The new Prodigy® Generation II spray gun from Nordson is designed to improve dense-phase powder coating performance and color-change speed, along with speed of application and ease-of-use.

Dense phase powder transport and application technology, for which Nordson has trademarked the acronym HDLV, is a new method of delivering powder from the storage/conditioning device such as a conventional fluidized hopper, or locally fluidized vibratory box feeder, to a manual or automatic spray gun, using "high-density" powder flow and "low-velocity" conveyance air.

In a bulk powder transfer and gun pump applications, conveyance air is dramatically reduced, producing a very low-velocity, highly dense with powder, spray pattern from the gun, that provides a multitude of coating performance and operational benefits. Faster application capability, more complete coating coverage, and higher transfer efficiency to name just a few.

According to the company, several new Generation II enhancements to the original Prodigy gun, pump and associated components further improve ease-of-use and durability, for even more consistent and repeatable coating performance.

For more information, visit www.nordson.com.