A standard air spray paint gun has a large 1.4mm nozzle of small 0.8mm nozzle and recommended pressure of 20-50psi. A full kit will include a gauge, pressure regulator, cleaning brush, multifunctional tool and carry case. Tools with an ergonomic design allow the spray gun to fit comfortably in your hand while you spray those surfaces.Airless paint-spraying is quick, effortless and very popular, as it creates a thick, uniform coating. Top of the range models might operate with 250 bar working pressure and spray 4 litres/minute. A spray paint gun is built with a powerful motor (approximately 2600W depending on the make and model) and is compatible with acrylic emulsion, acrylic, alkyd, enamel and water soluble paint. In other words it's the ideal solution for professionals. You simply drop the inlet hose into the paint container, start up the power and pull the trigger. Many kits even come with 3 different nozzles for adjusting the flow rate to your needs. Other features to consider include strengthened diaphragm, twist mechanism prime valve and hydraulic pump. A full assembly manual and toolkit will also help you get started. Need to spray a very large area? Get yourself a paint spray gun machine with pneumatic tyres for superior portability.
If you need to spray any paint on any material, you need a paint spray gun. These tools are designed to provide an even coverage on almost all surfaces, including vehicles, wood, interior and exterior walls, doors, fences and gates, turning a major painting challenge into a realistic DIY job or commercial operation. Keep your eyes open for spray paint guns by leading brands such as Horusdy, Tiger or Unimac.
Air spray paint gun kits
Airless paint spray guns