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How do I select the correct air brush for my application?
What does HVLP spraying mean?


How do I select the correct air brush for my application?

Click here to download our Air Brush Guide. (LINK to Air Brush guide in publications section).

What does HVLP spraying mean?

In an HVLP system, atomisation of the paint takes place at a much lower pressure than conventional methods. Forming the very fine mist that results creates a minimal amount of over spray. Transfer efficiency can be very high with HVLP - up to 90% - hence the popularity of HVLP systems in commercial spray shops and manufacturing plants.

Savings of £1,000s can be made in just a very small business! HVLP spray guns do require a slightly different technique, which in the main means working more slowly as the paint mist is much lighter than conventional paint spraying.

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