We have been thinking about adding a heating system to our Kremlin setup. We use mainly post-catalyzed lacquers over vinyl sealers for our stained work. We use mostly acrylic lacquer over white vinyl primer for our whites. We might switch to conversion varnish to increase the durability of the finish.
The literature claims better flow without thinning and improved performance by less experienced sprayers. Has anyone found this to be true?
My thinking is that the heat may not be good here in the southern summers for conversion varnish, but that it may help in the winter. We’ve had trouble with conversion varnish if the temperature gets very much below 70 degrees in the paint room.
Once you buy it, you will like it. It is true about the flow out. Just don’t cook your finish in the system. Keep the temperature where it should be and make sure it re-circulates as required.
Bob Niemeyer, forum technical advisor