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06-08-2012 05:54 AM
jcclark
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Originally Posted by gunhvlps
, but it wasn't until environmental laws began to favor gravity-feed sprayers that many auto shops began to switch over to these new types of spray guns. Spray paint guns with a gravity feed are high-volume, low-pressure, or HVLP. Because they don't operate under heavy compression, [/url]

What B.S.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Where in the @#%& do you get this stuff????

You can get a HVLP gravity feed or siphon feed, and
you can get a conventional gun in gravity feed.
Wether it's GRAVITY feed or not has nothing to do with wether
it's "High Volume Low Pressure" or "conventional"
The HVLP's are compliant because they are 10 PSI at the tip,
that's the difference.
It has nothing to do with "gravity feed"

http://www.spraygunworld.com/product...%204003-18.htm
11-03-2006 06:18 PM
Bad Brad777 Great Job. Thanks for the pictures.

Brad
11-03-2006 03:42 PM
x711 Excellent Gun for the Money.

If overspray and fog is a concern i.e "Painting in a non booth" then the
Iwata LPH400-144LV would be a far better choice.

For good atomization with the Plus gun your looking at 33 - 40 psi with the trigger pulled for a full fan.

The Iwata will produce a bigger fan at 16 - 20 psi Trigger pulled.

This car was shot with the Plus Gun.

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/bett...car-92806.html

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11-01-2006 10:23 PM
Glennk
670

It is a great gun. I don't think you can get better for the money. It is not a HVLP gun, It is considered a compliant gun...I have a Sharpe T1 compliant and I really like how it shoots clear.... I say go for the Plus. GlennK
11-01-2006 10:14 PM
Bad Brad777
HVLP Spray Guns?

To those of you that have used it, how good is the Devilbiss 670 plus spray gun? It will be used for a two stage paint, base-clear.

Thanks,

Brad

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