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Husky

Model # H4910DSG

Internet # 203468550

Store SKU # 761904

Siphon Feed Detail Spray Gun

$29.98 /each

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # H4910DSG

Internet # 203468550

Store SKU # 761904

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. This Husky spray gun features a 200cc paint cup and is ideal for small repair work, detailing and hobbyists. The gun is easy to clean and comes complete with a cleaning brush set and multi wrench.

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

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Air Inlet Size 
0.25 in 
Fan Size (in.) 
1.2 to 5.9 
Product Depth (in.) 
6.63 
Product Height (in.) 
9.63 
Product Length (in.) 
6.63 
Product Width (in.) 
2.78 
Tip Size 
1.88mm 
Details
Accessory Type 
Specialty 
Air Pressure at Paint Cap PSI 
45 
Air Tool Type 
Air Sprayers 
Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM) 
4.5 
Average air consumption @ recommended operating pressure (CFM) 
2.9 
Feed type 
Siphon feed 
Housing Material 
Aluminum 
Included 
No additional components or accessories are included 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior/Exterior 
Maximum operating pressure (psi) 
45 
Number of Spray Settings 
30 
Paint Cup Size 
200cc 
Project Type 
Painting 
Recommended operating pressure (psi) 
45 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tool weight (lb.) 
0.93 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Type 
Detail 
Weight, Including Paint Cup (lb.) 
0.93 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 Years 

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will this work at 90psi?

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Will this spray pva which needs at least 90psi?
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December 28, 2015
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even when shooting enamels that are about as thick as latex I wouldn't go above 45 psi consider thinning your paints a bit before
90psi would cause dry spray and orange peel like crazy
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November 10, 2015
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I added an external pressure control for better control of the output. Also, if using oil paints, you may want to get a water separator or inline filter. Hope this helps.
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June 18, 2015
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This operates at 45 PSI.
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why cant i get the paint to come out?

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April 29, 2015
i have no manual i have tried the sprayer @ %0 lbs of presure i started at 30 lbs of presure, i even thined the paint down
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Same problem here! You really have to thin the paint down 45psi max, I bought this to spray a built in ironing board door the fan spray is about 2" way to small for my little job. Then I read the on line description use. This is for touch ups, small detail work & hobbyist use. Perfect to paint Hot Wheels cars, Light switch plates & Ant-Man, you get the idea. I have a large Grayco airless sprayer didn't Read More
Same problem here! You really have to thin the paint down 45psi max, I bought this to spray a built in ironing board door the fan spray is about 2" way to small for my little job. Then I read the on line description use. This is for touch ups, small detail work & hobbyist use. Perfect to paint Hot Wheels cars, Light switch plates & Ant-Man, you get the idea. I have a large Grayco airless sprayer didn't want to drag that out. I thought this little guy would do the trick WRONG! Talk about under kill. Read Less
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November 10, 2015
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Did you clean it well from the prior time you used it? Also, there's a little hole on top of the sprayer that needs to be kept clean. Try a small needle in it to see if it's plugged. Try spraying some warm water through it. Hope this helps
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May 14, 2015
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The siphon feed gun is designed to operate at 40 to 45 PSI at the gun. It's recommended that you use a 3/8" diameter hose which will probably be 25ft or 50 ft in length. Therefore you would need to set the compressor at 45 or 50 PSI to allow for the pressure drop in the 25/50 length of hose. The reason your gun is not pulling the paint is that 30 PSI at the compressor is only 20 to 25 at the gun and this Read More
The siphon feed gun is designed to operate at 40 to 45 PSI at the gun. It's recommended that you use a 3/8" diameter hose which will probably be 25ft or 50 ft in length. Therefore you would need to set the compressor at 45 or 50 PSI to allow for the pressure drop in the 25/50 length of hose. The reason your gun is not pulling the paint is that 30 PSI at the compressor is only 20 to 25 at the gun and this will not provide enough "Siphon" to pull the paint up the tube. Please adjust compressor PSI and retry. Guaranteed to work!!! Read Less
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Can latex paint be used in this sprayer

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Yes it can and the cleanup is also very easy.
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May 3, 2016
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It can be used.
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will it work on automotive paint

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Yes it will the 1.8 tip is perfect for sprayin thicker viscocity paints like enamels and primers
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December 8, 2015
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Yes for touch-up painting, but we highly recommend the Gravity Feed HVLP spray gun (H4840GHVSG) SKU: 762051. This is the gun that professional paint and auto body shops use for painting cars. The "HVLP" Technology (High Volume low Pressure) is idea for this type of application.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for Small Hobby Projects I ordered this primarily to be able to apply an even base coat of paint to pieces of a model before assembly, and I think it will serve that purpose very well. In order to test it out and get a feel for the spray I first had to purchase a female quick connect nozzle, as this is the only air tool I have that has a male connector. Aside from that small inconvenience setup was quick and easy. I found it very intuitive how to load the paint and reconnect the reservoir to the gun. Everything worked perfectly on a test run with water and the spray is very easy to control and apply evenly. I do not have a filter or hose-end regulator, but I had no difficulty adjusting the pressure on the pancake compressor. The sprayer performs very much like the detail nozzle on my HVLP paint sprayer for a fraction of the cost. The cleanup directions look very detailed, providing specific information about flushing the line and cleaning the components before treating with mineral spirits so it continues to perform well in the future. It actually sounds like the bulk of the time will be spent cleaning up after a fairly simple setup and what should be a quick and easy painting session. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great gun for your money!!! Got this gun as a Christmas gift from a friend a year ago (not educated in painting and how cheap guns aren't normally a got to) decided to try it out with some single stage rustoleum enamel and my own formula for it. all I can say is WOW, it lays down the paint like GLASS! took a while to get my mix and settings right but man can this thing lay down paint only issue is having to refill so often but then again it wasn't made to paint an entire vehicle but I did it anyway! If you want learn how to - use the gun -paint cars -learn my rustoleum technique -clean the gun -and much more follow my youtube account https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLeww3Xe6PO_U994sPoB0AQ where you'll find a review an unboxing and use of this gun and many others December 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome little go to tool I use it to paint furniture with latex paint or chalk paint. I add some FloTrol to the paint and a little water. I always strain paint through Home Depot strainers from the paint section. Keep the pressure at 45 and it's a great time saver for chairs and intricate areas. I wish I would have bought 3 when they where on sale! November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Small jobs ok For small jobs is good. Bottle where paint goes is small January 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not a bad Gun for the price I use this gun to spray Clear Poly and Varnish on my wood products. I operate at 25-30 PSI and it does a good job, not great but good. You have to play with the settings, but the only problem I had was I had to constantly adjust the flow. One minuet it was spraying good, the next it wasn't. I had to keep adjusting the flow to get the gun to spray. Its easy to clean but Im on my second gun as the trigger on the first gun broke and you cant get replacement parts for this product January 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great gun once I found out what to do I was having problems when I was starting it, it would not spray paint. just keep it at 45 to 50 psi and keep pumping air through till it sprays paint. It took a minute, so heads up July 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great First Gun First spray gun for me. I've used it to paint several old fire helmets with some leather paint. It worked really good, was easy to adjust and cleaned up easy. trigger took a little getting used to but was fine after oneoro two uses. January 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Detail spray gun is decent This is a great little sprayer for detail work or small projects. It has some nice touches in the way of paint containment. The smaller paint container tightens down like the old school spray guns did. Clean up was a snap with the provided cleaning tools that came with the spray gun. My only beef was the plastic trigger? Not sure how long this will hold up to constant use? Only time can tell on that point. The balance and even spray path when in use make it a good investment over all for the tool arsenal of any do it yourselfer. May 22, 2014
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