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Spray gun review?1/9
Im looking to upgrade paint sprayers right now and having a hard time getting an honest review. Any suggestions for a top of the line HVLP gun for lacquer?
Iwata and Sata are the two most popular
What is your spray volume?
If you're looking for cup guns, the SATA and Iwata have the greatest following. If you're looking for spray systems, the Kremlin AAA is top of the line.
I would second the Kremlin AAA as the best . I have here alot of great things about SATA. Apollo for HLVP Tubine
agreed and agreed. Iwata, sata for cup guns. Kremlin for spray system
this is a popular question, here are my thoughts, every mfg tests their gun against other competitive gun.
some advertise better than others, i have many of the main brand gravity guns, frankly, you might like the fit and feel of certain guns, but i have to tell they performance from one to the other is virtually the same from a stain to cv
i would check for the best price and availability of parts and their cost,
i truly believe you cant go wrong with a dvilbiss, binks, cat, graco, or any other the major brands
just make sure you have enough compressed air to handle the air cap and use large bore quick disconnects,
Binks has always been my brand of choice, but I've not used any of the others. I have however used a lot of cheapos. I've always found that with spray guns you get what you pay for.
I use a CAT gravity and a MACH 1 Binks from a pressure pot.....but pretty much agree what Herb stated in his post.