Important Considerations When Purchasing Air Spray Guns

Summary: When deciding which type of air spray gun to purchase, consider its configuration and the air source. Air spray guns can either be siphon-fed, gravit
When deciding which type of air spray gun to purchase, consider its configuration and the air source. Air spray guns can either be siphon-fed, gravity-fed, or pressure-fed. The quality and brand of a spray gun are also important considerations. Some of the best spray guns are built with advanced technologies, so you'll want to purchase a high-quality model.
The inside diameter of the air hose is another consideration. A smaller diameter hose will deliver less pressure. For example, a 1/4-inch air hose delivers less pressure than a 3/8-inch hose. For this reason, it is best to buy an air spray gun with a larger inside diameter.
Air spray guns are typically compatible with oil-based stains and water-based paints. In addition, they are easy to clean, which makes them a great option for most painting projects. You can also purchase additional air spray guns to use more powerful paints or stain materials. Air spray guns can also be repaired if necessary.
Electrostatic air spray guns are another option for spraying. They can spray thin layers of coatings with low air pressure. The power source of an electrostatic air spray gun can be an air compressor or turbine motor. This option is a more expensive alternative, but it offers superior results. However, you need to be aware of the limitations of this type of spray gun.
Another important consideration when purchasing an air spray gun is the amount of pressure that the gun produces. High pressure air reduces the efficiency of the transfer of paint, while low-pressure air improves it. If your air spray gun has too high or too low pressure, the amount of paint produced will be low. Air spray guns are not suitable for high-viscosity fluids.
Aside from being versatile, air spray guns are the preferred choice for many painting applications. They can be used in automotive and industrial production. These versatile tools create high-quality finishes and can handle the largest number of target objects. Air-spray guns can be used to spray a wide range of fluids.
The materials used in air spray guns depend on the paint type. Different types of paint will react differently to different materials, so you should make sure that you choose a spray gun that can cope with the chemistry of the paint you're using. Many air-powered paint guns have plated brass fluid passages, while others are made of stainless steel. In addition, fluid delivery systems vary, and the fineness of the spray will vary.
There are two basic types of air spray guns, HVLP and LP. Both have similar goals, but each has different methods of atomization. The air used in the atomization process is typically supplied by a compressor or turbine.

1.5m Hose Airless Electric Paint Sprayer

Technical Parameters



110/230V / 50/60HZ



Power consumption


Packung in color box


Motor Speed r.p.m




Container Volume








Max.Water Consumption


Ctn 20'/40'/40HQ


Flexile-hose length


Nozzle Production Range




Flexile-hose Production Range