Air & HVLP


A spray gun combines the coating (paint) and compressed air from a separate air compressor in order to atomize the coating and direct it to the target surface. The coating is held either in a small bottle or container attached to the spray gun or in a separate pressurized container attached to the spray gun with a hose.


 HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure)

This is similar to a conventional spray gun using a compressor  or HVLP turbine to supply the air, but the spray gun itself requires a lower pressure (LP). A higher volume (HV) of paint is therefore applied at a lower air pressure. This results in more paint landing on the target surface instead of staying airborne. A regulator is often required so that the air pressure from a conventional compressor can be lowered for the HVLP spray gun.


HVLP spray systems are used in the automotive, marine, architectural coating, furniture finishing, and cosmetic industries.



Pressure Pots

Texturing Hoper Gun