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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
$49.98 /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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do I have to buy a compressor to use this product

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October 25, 2016
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You need something that will deliver about 3-4 cfm depending on what material you are spraying and how continuous the trigger will be pulled. If you use a compressor that runs constantly trying to keep up you might burn it up. Nail gun compressors are generally too small--those 6 gallon ones--unless you are doing a small touch up job. I used a 3.5 HP, 11 gallon unit delivering about 4 CFM and it ran Read More
You need something that will deliver about 3-4 cfm depending on what material you are spraying and how continuous the trigger will be pulled. If you use a compressor that runs constantly trying to keep up you might burn it up. Nail gun compressors are generally too small--those 6 gallon ones--unless you are doing a small touch up job. I used a 3.5 HP, 11 gallon unit delivering about 4 CFM and it ran about 35% of the time spraying cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Read Less
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October 20, 2016
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You will definitely need an air compressor. The spray gun operates on 40psi. The only other option is a turbine air system that is expensive.
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May 27, 2016
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If you already have a compressor, you will not need to buy a compressor.
If you don't have a compressor but can barrow one from a friend, you will not need to buy a compressor.
If you want to just put the Spray Gun on display, you will not need to buy a compressor.
If neither of the above are applicable, then you will need to buy a compressor.
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May 27, 2016
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Yes as this is a Pneumatic spray gun it requires air to operate. Minimum of 20 Gallon compressor. 30+ gallon is recommend for more continuous / Professional use.
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Can stain & a clear sealer also be used in this sprayer?

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I have never used a paint sprayer & refurbish furniture for a living. Thinking this would make things go a lot quicker.
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March 3, 2015
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Yes. The HVLP guns are best for a professional finish.
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I think if you thin it down you can, haven't tried it with either of those yet
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That's exactly what I use it for, and it works well. Be sure to understand the explosion risks when shooting solvent based lacquers before you start spraying them in your garage. The fumes can combust even without a heat source. When I spray I stick to waterborne production lacquers because I don't have a proper spray booth with explosion proof fans
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If my paint is "100% acrylic latex" will it work with this spray gun?

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If you can thin it, you can spray it.
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May 31, 2016
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It must be thinned to operate properly. Must pour like pancake syrup thickness.
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Are smaller paint cups available?

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Yes, you should be able to find them on the shelf at Homedepot next to the gun itself.
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June 20, 2016
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Ray, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Home Depot does have smaller paint cups, but they are sold in an accessory kit. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding Spray Gun for an Amazing Price I build custom furniture and use this gun to death. I have used it almost daily for two years. I have shot water based poly, oil based poly, water based pre catalyzed lacquer, catalyzed two part marine varnish, stain, shellac based primer, water based latex paint, and enamel. Yep, it did it all with the original 1.4 tip. The gun has several settings that let me shoot virtually anything. There is an adjustment for air volume, an adjustment for needle position and an adjustment for pattern. I keep the gun clean by taking it apart after EVERY use. I did not thin the Behr latex paint, it has better cling and flow out at full viscosity. The only things I have needed to thin was the marine varnish and the Rustoleum enamel. I am replacing this gun with the same model. I was cleaning it and I dropped it, damaging the threads that attach the cup. It broke my heart but not my wallet. October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good f Used it to tuch paint my car,works great. Would definitely recommend October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Made our work much easier. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Need better description on package I cannot rate this product based on performance due to the fact that I had to return it before using it. I bought this to use with latex paint, which upon opening the box there was a warning that stated the product could not be used with latex paint. It would have been good to have this on the outside of the package so I would have not purchased it to begin with. October 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Wouldn't spray Spent only 5mins reading instructions and hooking it up to compressor. Seemed simple. Even though the compressor was delivering air to the coupler, the gun would not produce a spray pattern. Only came out the end like a weak dribble. Spent 60mins taking it apart and checking all the o rings, springs, valves, etc. Can't see anything missing or defective. Will be returned today. Might be last Husky purchase - at the very least for a spray gun. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Buy! I purchased this a few weeks ago with the intention of spraying the large metal gate to my driveway. I made an earlier attempt with rattle cans and gotten bad results and flaking. I sanded again and applied the primer with the gun today and got excellent results with no previous experience. I used a cardboard box to spray test patterns and make adjustments. My Kobalt 8 gallon was keeping up just fine and on an extension cord too. Clean up wasn't bad, but keep in mind the fitting you unscrew after the nozzle is actually reverse threaded so it's something to be aware of and not documented in the manual. February 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good, but poorly documented I purchased this spray gun and used it a few times until one time I was unable to clean the paint out of it. After an entire weekend of lost work trying to clean the paint out, I decided to start disassembling it further. After consulting every last word of disassembly instructions in the manual (hint: there isn't any), and looking over the replacement part breakout diagram, I started by removing the needle, the air cap, the nozzle, then moved on to the nozzle bushing. However, the nozzle bushing would not give, which I thought was probably due to dried paint and possibly internal corrosion. Using the tool that came with the gun, I attempted to rotate it both ways (just in case) without success. I then tried taking it off with my 40 ft*lbs impact driver with no success. I then used a socket wrench and applied a great deal of force until it budged, at which point it became evident that it was reverse-threaded. On a device where every single thing is using standard threading, and without a single mention of this anywhere in the documentation, you put a reverse-threaded piece on the spray gun. Because of this, I now have a broken spray gun and will be far more hesitant to purchase Husky products in the future. June 27, 2014
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