Air Spray Guns
Total Finishing Supplies has all your paint application solutions. Applying paint can be accomplished in many ways, including dip, brush/roll, spray, and rotary atomizer. disc, roll coat, vacuum coat, and e-coat. The spray is the most common because of the ease of application and quality of finish. Spray guns are available in Airspray, Air Assisted Airless, and Airless pressure ranges. Each gun offers a unique benefit and liability.
Airspray guns offer the best atomization but the lowest transfer efficiency. An improvement to transferring efficiency was made with the development of HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure of air) and RP (Reduced Pressure) technology. However, while these technologies offer good atomization, they never match conventional spray gun atomization. Many states, such as California, require all paint spray guns to be HVLP compliant and thus prevent the use of conventional paint spray guns in production settings. Airspray guns should be used for metallics, textures, and special effects coatings. They are also great for small production when used with small pressure tanks/pots or as a gravity gun. Airspray guns offer the most fluid control as they are trigger sensitive for dispensing. Airspray guns are somewhat slower as compared to other spray guns and do not do well with high-viscosity coatings.
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