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Powermate 3-Piece HVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit
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3-Piece HVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit

$42.97 /each

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Powermate 3-piece HVLP gravity feed spray gun kit is perfect for spraying thin to heavy materials that require fine coverage and detail. It specializes in spraying automotive finishes, enamel, lacquer, stain, primer and urethane. Gravity feed gun minimizes paint usage and simplifies tool clean-up.

  • HVLP (high volume low pressure) generates high output and low overspray of paint
  • Stainless steel needle and fluid tip
  • Adjustable fluid and spray controls
  • Kit includes: large HVLP spray gun with 600cc paint cup and 1.4 mm nozzle, small HVLP spray gun with 120cc paint cup and 0.8 mm nozzle, and air regulator with gauge

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There are specification conflicts on feed type and recommended pressure

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Robert
Murfreesboro, TN
April 9, 2013
My guns are both gravity feed, not pressure fed.

Powermate 3 pc Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit, has a recommended average pressure of 4-7 CFM @ 30 psi for large gun, and 2-4 CFM @ 30 psi for small gun
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June 29, 2013
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It still requires air and pressure to get the paint to spray, even with gravity feed. Set the regulator to about 40-45psi so when you pull the trigger, it should drop to about 20psi.
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Long Grove, IL
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April 26, 2013
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Robert,
Both of the spray guns in this kit are HVLP gravity feed. The larger spray gun has a 20 oz cup and 1.4 mm nozzle. The smaller spray gun has a 4 oz cup and a 0.8 mm nozzle. Both spray guns should be used at no more than 30-50 PSI of pressure from your air compressor.
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What size are the Nozzles/Needles for the 2 HVLP spray guns?

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Robert
April 8, 2013
How do I determine the ideal product viscosity for these spray guns with out a lot of trial and error?

Powermate 3 pc HVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit
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June 29, 2013
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You can pretty much spray anything without adjusting the viscosity. Standard Latex paint needs to be thinned out about 10%. You can use that as a guideline. Or you can buy some laquer or stain to benchmark. The viscosity of those are ideal for spraying with a common 1.3-1.4mm tip.
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April 26, 2013
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With respect to determining the ideal viscosity, latex paints should be properly thinned per the paint manufacturer’s instructions before spraying. If the paint cannot be thinned, it should not be used in the spray gun. Be sure to thoroughly mix the thinned paint. Strain the material through cheese cloth or a paint strainer. The mixture should be smooth and easily pourable without any lumps. You Read More
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With respect to determining the ideal viscosity, latex paints should be properly thinned per the paint manufacturer’s instructions before spraying. If the paint cannot be thinned, it should not be used in the spray gun. Be sure to thoroughly mix the thinned paint. Strain the material through cheese cloth or a paint strainer. The mixture should be smooth and easily pourable without any lumps. You may want to test spray the material first on a piece of cardboard. If it appears too thick, add a small amount of thinner. Be careful not to add too much thinner. Again, follow the paint manufacturer’s recommendations for proper thinning.
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can i use a husky 8 gallon 4.0 scfm 125psi 1,5hp with this spray gun

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August 5, 2016
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The Powermate HVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit can be used with an 8 gallon, 4.0 SCFM for small touch up projects only. The 8 gallon tank size and air delivery of 4.0 SCFM would not be sufficient air storage for a large jobs.We recommend an air compressor with no less than 7.0 SCFM at 40 psi to run this style of spray gun.
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December 5, 2015
can I use that gun with a compressor Porter-Cable PCFP12234 6 
gallons 150 psi ?
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December 7, 2015
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The Powermate Spray Gun Kit has a minimum air delivery requirement is 7.1 SCFM @ 40 PSI. The Porter-Cable PCFP12234 6 gallon pancake style compressor combo kit has an air delivery of 3.5 SCFM @ 40 PSI. We would not recommend using this compressor with this spray gun kit.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works well for varnish I've used this gun for water-based varnish and been pleased with the results. Each coat dries quite rapidly so you can apply numerous coats in a short time. There are a couple of problems: something inside the gun rusts when using water-based finish, and I'm unable to completely dissemble the gun, so I can't fully clean that up. So far the rust doesn't visibly contaminate the finish, but it will likely get worse. February 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Paint Guns Have used the smaller of the guns to date with acrilic Enamel and Laquer with great results. Would recommend these guns to the home hobbiest of home car restorer. You can get great results for a very low investment. November 14, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 4.5/5 - Can't beat it for the price My previous gun got stolen and needed a quick replacement for a job. Have used several high end hvlp spray guns and this one is 95% as good. Solid materials, nothing too cheap. The adjustment knobs on the expensive ones are more fine but this gun does the trick. Was very impressed. Don't hesitate to try it! June 29, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by not bad for the price! for home workshop works just fine...for now!!! but time will be the real test May 25, 2012
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