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HVLP painting.

Hey you guys,

Can anyone suggest a turbine powered HVLP system for quality
painting of cars and trucks, at a reasonable price. I bought a
cheap outfit which was fair but would like a better job.

Thanks. George

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Hey you guys,

Can anyone suggest a turbine powered HVLP system for quality
painting of cars and trucks, at a reasonable price. I bought a
cheap outfit which was fair but would like a better job.

Thanks. George
There is no such thing.
All the better grades urethanes and polyurethanes hate heat.
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Any padel making contact with the paint will damage metallics,pearls, and some other addatives. thus, changing the color.
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Check here .
http://autobodystore.net/Merchant2/m...gory_Code=5TSS

The biggest thing with a turbine unit is it heats the air so it's best to use as slow a reducer as you can . There are people at that sight that do use them and do spray all kinds of paint with them with success .

Take Care
Earl
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