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Husky Gravity Feed HVLP Spray Gun
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Husky

Gravity Feed HVLP Spray Gun

  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
  • Smooth/comfortable trigger pull
$4998 /each

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Husky spray guns feature stainless steel needles and precision air caps for reliability and perfect paint atomization. All Husky Spray Guns have the controls located at the rear of the gun to allow comfortable use by left and right hand operators. Husky HVLP (high volume-low pressure) technology provides high material transfer efficiency, eliminates paint waste and requires lower air volume. This Husky HVLP spray gun is ideal for high volume paint application for car refurbishing, industrial and woodwork. This gun is not suitable for use with Latex Paint. The gun is easy to clean and comes complete with a cleaning brush set and multi wrench.

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  • 600 cc cup
  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
  • Smooth/comfortable trigger pull

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can i paint a car with this spray gun

i want to paint my car...the spry gun is compatible with the car paint
Asked by: mike
Yes....u need a compressor. Why else would u buy a spray gun. And no this finis not too small nor do u need a larger one to paint a car. I'm a professional painter for collision centers. And my years of experience and technical training in vocational colleges proves that the equipment a technician uses can improve performance. But it isn't the equipment that makes a paint job is the painters know how, technical expertise, speed of application, distance to the panel, flash times between coats, correct air gun pressure settings as well as other things like degreasing, and washing the panels to be sprayed properly that makes a finish (painted result) successful or not....
Answered by: Mastertech8
Date published: 2017-04-26

do I have to buy a compressor to use this product

Asked by: marie
yes
Answered by: Rlatham
Date published: 2016-12-05

Can stain & a clear sealer also be used in this sprayer?

I have never used a paint sprayer & refurbish furniture for a living. Thinking this would make things go a lot quicker.
Asked by: Lilbelle
It really needs to be a small project!
Answered by: Rlatham
Date published: 2016-12-05

Will this spray gun work with Performix PlastiDip Paint?

Asked by: CarPAINTER
not likely
Answered by: Rlatham
Date published: 2017-04-20
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Gravity Feed HVLP Spray Gun is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice little gun! I am a very amateur painter, mostly using cheap guns bought at another stor... Very nice little gun! I am a very amateur painter, mostly using cheap guns bought at another store known for their purple products. Cars I've painted before required lots and lots of color sanding due to poor application of clear coat (probably user error) I saw this gun while picking up an air regulator and noticed the relatively low air requirements (4 SCFM). I ended up painting base coat/clear coat on two doors and two fenders for a car I'm restoring. The paint and clear both went on extremely smooth with very little orange peel in the clear coat. I like having two separate needles and caps. This will be very helpful in the future for spraying primers (one 1.4 and one 1.8). The gun also includes tools to dismantle and clean as well as store in a fabric bag. My only complaint has been the nozzle retainer. Apparently it's reversed threaded, as one reviewer noted. However I have been unable to break mine loose. It simply will not budge even using an impact wrench. Fortunately the gun cleans very easily.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Perfect Product for a Painting DIY'er After I received the product, I realized that the Husky Compressor, that I owned at the time, was not sufficient for use with this product. I purchased a much larger unit and began to test the product. It is important that the user read the instructions prior to attempting to use it or any other product. I found the Use and Care Guide to be clear and concise and the product came with a Caution Card clearly stating "Not Designed For Use With Latex Paint". After the first use, the product performed as advertised and the manufacturers recommend cleanup instructions were clear and will assist in the products longevity. I would recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from There is no warning that the nozzle bushing is reverse threaded. When i tried to disassemle the ... There is no warning that the nozzle bushing is reverse threaded. When i tried to disassemle the gun housing broke. Wasted product.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Husky Paint Sprayer surpassed my expectations I really wasn't expecting much. I was thinking it would spray all over the place and I would be filling the canister every 5 minutes. This has very little over spray, is easy to use once you read and follow the directions, and the paint lasted a lot longer than I thought it would. The clean up is tedious but necessary. I painted my garage door with it with no problems. In the spring I will paint my old wooden fence instead of staining it!
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solidly built With the requirement of "LOW VOC" that's Low "Volatile Organic Compounds" paints and stains, we all need to modify our painting and staining techniques. Spraying is still the best way to achieve a smooth clear and clean finish on most surfaces so "HVLP" High Volume Low Pressure is your go to technique of coverage. With today's paints and stains you need to be even more careful with both tinning and application of you material if you want any hope of eliminating the dreaded drips, sags or runs. All of which can be brought on by incorrect thinning, being to slow or applying too much material. There is no way of getting the glass surface paint job with a brush or roller.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for painting house trim or your car I have been painting my wood trim in the house, but ran into a head ache when trying to paint my wood banaster with spindels. the first problem is that it was just a pain to paint with a brush, and the second was the brush marks that the very expensive brushes made. I was a bit worried that the Behr latex paint that i was using would be to thick, somi thinned it by adding 3/4 of water to a gallon can. purred it into the sprayer cup, and started going to town. the paint went on very easy, and came out smooth. The gun allowed me to adjust the spray width, and the amount of air that it was putting out. the over spray was not that bad, and no spitting from the gun. it also felt very good in the hand, and was extreamy easy to use do the the smooth trigger action. The cup is actually large, and allows you to hold a good amout of paint. I used the 1.4 tip that came with this, but they also give you a 1.8 for primer or thinner material. as formcleaning the gun. they give you a wrench to take it apart, and I just ran water through it. For an oil base, or stain, i would put some thinner in it and spray it out. I very happy with the sprayer. its built very solid, and it paints great. I 100% recommend!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Sprayer. Be sure your compressor is up to the job. If you have a compressor with an adequate tank (at least 20 gallons) this is a great spray gun. I am inclined to sell my turbine driven sprayer because this gun is more convenient for my home shop where I have an adequate (26 gallon) compressor. I learned to spray paint "back in the day" by loading a spraygun with water and painting a refrigerator box until I got even coverage with no drips or runs. I did the same with this gun to get the feel of it, and then I finished some rather boring shop fixtures with clear water-based (Minwax PolyCrylic) and oil-based (Deft brushing lacquer) finishes, using three different compressor set ups. Good results with both finish types. I had good final results with all three setups detailed below, but learned that this gun is not happy if starved for air. I had acceptable results with an undersized (2.5 gallon) jobsite compressor regulated down to 40 psi, but it was a frustrating chore waiting for the compressor to cycle every few minutes. HVLP really does mean High VOLUME Low Pressure so you have to have a compressor that can deliver a lot of air. I really challenged the gun because I did not filter the air and relied solely on the compressor's built in regulator. As the tank pressure began to fall below the delivery pressure, the gun started to spit and drip. Still, for occasional use and small jobs, this would be OK as long as you are willing to wait for the compressor to catch up with you, and you practice enough to know when the gun is about to "splat' out a glob of un-atomized finish. My second setup was a midrange homeowner grade 26 gallon compressor stopped down to 40psi with an inline regulator and filter. I was able to get professional results. The third setup was in my school shop's spray booth where there is full ventilation and an endless supply of filtered, regulated air. Again, the results were professional grade. Clean up isn't too bad as long as you clean it up immediately. Empty the gun, run a load of solvent through it, capture the solvent in a can or bucket (I use a five gallon bucket with a hole in the lid to admit the spray) and wipe it down. I'll just say that in general if I really need an oil based finish, I'll use a brush, hire a painter, or send it out to a finish shop...it takes a lot of solvent to clean up a spray gun, so I will stick with water-based finishes thank you. The bottom line is that spray painting is as much about technique as it is about the spray gun. This is a good, moderately priced gun and it will give you a horizontal or vertical fan as well as a full pattern if you prefer. Give it an appropriate air supply, thin the finish properly, and keep it clean and it will serve you well.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was a bit skeptical about buying a spray gun from anyone but the biggest and oldest names in th... I was a bit skeptical about buying a spray gun from anyone but the biggest and oldest names in the business since I had used those guns for painting cars decades ago. This little gun worked quite well for spraying something called pre-cat lacquer on kitchen cabinet doors--about three dozen of them. The adjustments worked well along with the 1.4 mm nozzle to get a well atomized finish the came out near perfect. I used it with both a slightly thinned (10%) lacquer and with the full strength product for final coating. Folks who have seen the cabinets thought they were factory finished. This is the first time I used an HVLP gun and it seems like the overspray is much less than with traditional syphon feed guns. Make sure you have a big enough compressor to keep up with the spraying. I had a 3.5 HP compressor with an 11 gallon reserve tank and the compressor was on about 25-35% of the time when I used a fairly wide pattern requiring more air. I used about 32-34 psi at the compressor, which would be slightly less at the gun given the 50 feet of hose. I probably should have bought a regulator to use at the gun along with a final filter but I got lucky and everything sprayed beautifully with no contamination, orange peel effect, sags or runs. Great little gun for the money for the DIY person. Just be sure to get familiar with all three adjustments BEFORE you spray on your first pieces. That's what the Pros always do. P.S. I used Verathane Briarwood stain (see picture) from The Home Depot after sanding off the old finish down to bare wood with 5 grades of sand paper.
Date published: 2016-10-25
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