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Air Assisted Airless Spray Guns

Air-Assisted Airless Spray Guns achieve atomization at over 200 PSI when compared to other spray gun outfits. Spray gun fan size is achieved with different needle and tip configurations for air-assisted airless spray guns. Because finite atomization occurs, Air-assisted airless spray guns are beneficial to the finisher/painter who is looking to penetrate the small crevices of the part that is being coated. Air-assisted airless spray gun technology is particularly useful to those looking to coat their parts with detail in mind.


                                                 
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Air-Assisted Airless Spray guns are also beneficial to the finishing process because they allow parts to be coated so finely the first time around – a second coat of paint is often not needed. Air-assisted airless spray guns produce a “wet” thick coating of paint/finish. FAQ’s regarding air-assisted airless spray guns:


1.) What kind of finish should I expect?

Answer: Air-assisted airless spray guns are designed for finishers looking for a fine atomized finish.

2.) What does an air-assisted airless spray gun do?

Answer: Air-assisted airless spray guns operate under the specific tolerances to yield an “ultra-fine” almost mist like fan spray that comes out of the spray gun.

3.) Will an air-assisted airless spray gun work for me?

Answer: Air-assisted airless spray guns provide metal finishers and woodworkers alike with a finely finished product.

4.) What additional equipment will I need?

Answer: You will need to operate with a pressure vessel and air compressor.

5.) Do air-assisted airless spray guns help the environment?

Answer: Yes, Air-assisted airless spray guns are great for the environment. They omit less amounts of overspray compared to other spray gun types.

6.) How would I know if I was spraying with an air-assisted airless spray gun?

Answer: Air-assisted airless spray guns omit less overspray and have a more controlled feel – much like an HVLP type spray gun. Air-assisted airless spray guns deliver high finish quality.

7.) How much do they typically cost?

Answer: Air-assisted airless spray guns are not always expensive – some may be purchased for a couple hundred dollars and last quite a while.

8.) How much pressure should I run at?

Answer: Please follow the mfr recommendations. Your rep can help you with this.

9.) Are air-assisted airless spray guns EPA compliant?

Answer: Yes, air-assisted airless spray guns are EPA compliant.

10.)Which type is best for me?
Answer: It is important to recognize the type of finishing you will be doing. Spray America can help you with an air-assisted airless spray gun setup.





For inquiries contact:

SprayAmerica.com Phone: 866.691.9431 Website: www.sprayamerica.com E-mail: info@sprayamerica.com

 
 
 

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