1.Type of coating: The type of coating you will be using will determine the type of spray gun you need. For example, if you will be using thick or high-viscosity coatings, you will need a spray gun with a larger fluid nozzle.
2.Application method: Determine whether you will be using a conventional or HVLP (high volume, low pressure) spray gun. HVLP spray guns are ideal for fine finishes, while conventional spray guns are better suited for heavier coatings.
3.Air pressure and volume: The air pressure and volume required for your application will determine the size of the air compressor needed to power the spray gun. Make sure to check the air consumption requirements of the spray gun before selecting an air compressor.
4.Size of the project: The size of the project will determine the size of the spray gun and fluid cup required. For smaller projects, a smaller spray gun with a smaller fluid cup will suffice, while larger projects will require a larger spray gun with a larger fluid cup.
5.Ergonomics: Consider the ergonomics of the spray gun. A comfortable grip and lightweight design can help reduce operator fatigue and improve productivity.
6.Material compatibility: Make sure that the materials you will be spraying are compatible with the spray gun. Some coatings may require a specific type of spray gun, such as a stainless steel or aluminum spray gun.
7.Budget: Consider your budget when selecting a pneumatic spray gun. While high-end spray guns may offer more features and better performance, they may not be necessary for all applications. Determine the features you need and choose a spray gun that fits within your budget.
Air inlet connector:1/4"-19" BSP gas pipe connector (Japanese, European, American, and British quick connectors can be equipped)
Body color:silver (customizable)