|Type:||Mini HVLP Gravity Feed|
|Nozzle size:||0.8-1.0 mm|
|Air Consumption:||1.6-4.0 cfm|
|Inlet Air Pressure:||50-70 PSI|
|Maximum Pattern Width:||100 mm|
|Material Capacity:||125 ml|
|Air inlet:||1/4" BSP/NPT|
Perfect for small jobs, detail and touch-up work
Produces high quality paint atomization
High volume, low pressure minimizes overspray
Fully adjustable wide fan patern control
125cc Plastic Cup with screw on lid
Nozzle Size: 1.0mm
Operating Pressure: 29 psi
Average Air Consumption: 6-9 CFM
Air Inlet Thread: 1/4” NPSM
Net Weight with Cup: 0.75 lbs.
Required Compressor: 1 Hp
Maximum Pattern : 8" Distance: 9"
Meets EPA NESHAP 6H rules for compliance
ST-R200 Professional 0.8 mm Mini hvlp Air Spray Gun
How to spray:
Surface preparation is as important with a spray gun as with any
other kind of paint applicators. For car bodies, the paint is
rubbed down with Wet or Dry abrasive paper, used wet. For small
areas, the edges must blend in with the existing paintwork. Where
paintwork is rubbed down to bare metal, primer must be used.
Once the areas that you don’t want to paint have been masked off,
you can start spraying. A spray gun should be kept as horizontal as
possible and the nozzle at right-angles to the surface being
sprayed. For surfaces other than vertical or near-vertical ones,
you can get a flexible extension nozzle or an angle nozzle to allow
the gun to be used horizontally.
Spraying is carried out in a series of bands, each of which is done
in one ‘pass’ of the gun. It is important to keep the gun al the
same distance throughout the pass and that it is moving and
spraying as it reaches and leaves the area to be sprayed. This
takes a bit of practice which can be done on an old piece of board
before starting in earnest.