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Gravity Feed HVLP Spray Gun

  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
  • Smooth/comfortable trigger pull
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Product Overview

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.
  • 600 cc cup
  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
  • Smooth/comfortable trigger pull
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY or visit HuskyTools.com for customer service and support
  • California residents

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Product FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesGravity Feed HopperLadder Hook
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Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size
0.25 in
Fan Size (in.)
1.2 to 9.2
Product Depth (in.)
6.25
Product Height (in.)
13.75
Product Length (in.)
6.25
Product Width (in.)
4.13
Tip Size
1.4mm and 1.8mm

Details

Accessory Type
Specialty
Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)
4
Air Pressure at Paint Cap PSI
45
Air Tool Type
Air Sprayers
Average air consumption @ recommended operating pressure (CFM)
4
Feed type
Gravity
Hose Included
No
Housing Material
Aluminum
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum operating pressure (psi)
40
Number of Spray Settings
30
Paint Cup Size
600cc
Paint Sprayers Product Type
Pneumatic
Performance Features
Adjustable Spray Width,Air Flow Valve,Flow Control,Low Overspray
Product Features
Gravity Feed Hopper
Project Type
Painting
Recommended operating pressure (psi)
40
Returnable
90-Day
Tool weight (lb.)
1.35
Tools Product Type
Air Tool
Trigger Configuration
Three Finger Trigger
Type
HVLP Standard
Weight, Including Paint Cup (lb.)
1.35

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

Questions & Answers

75Questions13Answers

Can this be used to paint a car

Asked by Ninja May 10, 2021
1
Answer

Ninja- Yes, this spray gun is perfect for painting your car. It is a fine finish HVLP gun that very provide a precision spray pattern. Please ensure that you follow the operating instructions and that you have a 20 gallon or larger compressor to maintain the volume of air required to operate the gun.

Is this a good sprayer for priming and painting kitchen cabnets?

Asked by GT April 7, 2021
2
Answers

Yes. Should work fine.

Can this be used with oil based fence stain?

Asked by uncdub4 March 4, 2021
2
Answers

Yes

What is the transfer efficiency of this product?

Asked by JimBeam February 10, 2021
1
Answer

jim- We don't have this data available but my best guess is around 65% to 70%.

Will this work on kitchen cupboards?

Asked by Ells January 26, 2021
1
Answer

Yes with the correct paint.

I'd like to know if I don't just sell the lid of the glass?

Asked by sofi November 22, 2020
1
Answer

The spray gun cup is sold separately as an accessory. It is only sold complete with cup and lid.

Can this gun be used for painting ceiling?

Asked by Cabo November 12, 2020
1
Answer

Cabo- Generally when spraying ceilings they use an airless sprayer due to the angle of the spray gun. I know people have used the HVLP Gravity feed spray gun to spray the ceiling but you can't tilt the spray gun past a 45-degree angle or you could compromise the paint flow and cause splattering. Be very careful of the gun angle and how much fluid you have in the cup to avoid pulling in air causing splattering.

where do I get a 1.8mm needle for this

Asked by HeatherG1993 October 28, 2020
2
Answers

Mine came with the extra 1.8 mm tip.

Can you get bigger tips for this sprayer? I'm looking for 2.5 maybe even a 3.0.

Asked by JH September 8, 2020
1
Answer

JH- Sorry but these are fine finish sprayer and the available tips are 1.4mm and 1.8mm. For tips this large you may want to look at an airless spray gun. (Wagner)

Is there a 1.3mm tip available for this gun?

Asked by Robbie August 29, 2020
1
Answer

Robbie- No only a 1.4 and 1.8mm

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Customer Reviews

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    out of 155 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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We used it to help decon our ambulance during this pandemic. It's spray pattern help cover all su...
We used it to help decon our ambulance during this pandemic. It's spray pattern help cover all surfaces in the patient compartment of the ambulance. It helped fight against COVID-19.
by Dachamp671
4 people found this helpful
The price point helps make this sprayer worthy of satisfactory rating. I purchased it with hope t...
The price point helps make this sprayer worthy of satisfactory rating. I purchased it with hope that overspray would be reduced. Overspray was.reduced some but I still experienced a lot.more than I expected. It may be that I did not have fun properly set so will have to work with it some more. Overall I am pleased with spray gun.
by Dellman
is a pretty good spray gun. It did job with out any problems. I would buy again.
is a pretty good spray gun. It did job with out any problems. I would buy again.
by jm
3 people found this helpful
Let me preface this by stating I am an inexperienced sprayer but this sprayer made it so easy I w...
Let me preface this by stating I am an inexperienced sprayer but this sprayer made it so easy I was a quick learner. I used this sprayer heavily to spray my kitchen cabinets and was extremely happy with its performance. It didn't do well with my oil based primer but in hindsight I believe that was my fault as I should have thinned the paint more. I ran 3 gallons of latex through it to put 3 coats of paint on the cabinets and doors and it worked great. I found that thinning the latex with water helped it spray much better. I put a pressure control gauge on the handle to allow me to monitor the input air pressure and I also regulated my 10-gallon compressor down to 55 lbs. Since I was doing a lot of continue spraying and holding the trigger down for extended periods, I found that if I kept it around 55 lbs it would still spray very well. In the photo you will see the finished cabinets and note that very little over-spray hit the floor. Now that the cabinets are almost put back together, we can replace the flooring with waterproof vinyl planks. I look forward to using this sprayer again when we start the master bath project.
by drcon
2 people found this helpful
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.
by Steve
14 people found this helpful
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!
by Cmill
8 people found this helpful
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.
by engr4you
11 people found this helpful
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.
by alakazam
18 people found this helpful
Has great features.
Great washer just have to get used to the controls.
by D1960
for the money these guns work well and provide a fine finish. I use them in cabinet making and fi...
for the money these guns work well and provide a fine finish. I use them in cabinet making and finishing shooting both water and lacquer based material.
by cabinetguy
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