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Old 02-15-2008, 07:31 AM
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Originally Posted by muhself
Is Co2 as flammable as nitrogen? I read somewhere that it was..
(all kinds of disinformation out there....cain't never be too sure of what ya read)
redsdad...I was goofing off a little

Ok, here's what I wonder...why aren't paint gun companies trying to develop airless methods of spraying paint?

It is an accepted method of coating application in the fiberglass industry and house painters all use airless sprayers.

Absolutely no thinning is necessary, so less solvents go into the air, and viscous materials are routinely sprayed at wet film thicknesses of .015" or .020". .

It puts most all of the paint on the part too, without fancy gas generators.

Later, mikey
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