Versatile Spray Guns and Accessories for Commercial Use
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High performance spray guns for vehicle coats and touch ups
If you own or manage a trade or construction vehicle, we’d reckon there are more than a few scratches and scrapes on it. If you’re responsible for restoring those ruined paint jobs, or even for applying fresh coats from scratch, you’ll need high-performance air tools that offer variable easy-to-use features.
Ovesco stocks a stellar range of vehicle spray guns and accessories that offer vehicle painters the freedom they need to work efficiently and accurately. We offer stainless steel conventional spray guns and gravity-fed spray guns with filter separator regulators to allow for better pressure control. You can also outfit your air tools using our array of air lines and anti-corrosion sockets, plugs and swivel heads.
Explore our collection, and feel free to contact our specialist team for specifications and recommendations for your project.
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How to use an air spray gun?
First, prepare the paint or coating by thinning it to the desired viscosity if necessary, and strain it to remove any impurities. Next, attach the air spray gun to an air compressor using the appropriate hose and connectors. Adjust the air pressure on the compressor to match the gun's specifications. Then, set the spray pattern and fluid flow rate on the gun according to your project requirements. Holding the gun at the recommended distance from the surface to be coated, squeeze the trigger to release a controlled spray.
How to clean an air spray gun?
Cleaning an air spray gun is crucial to maintain its performance and prevent clogs. Start by releasing any remaining paint or coating from the gun's reservoir. Then, disassemble the gun according to the manufacturer's instructions, removing components like the nozzle, needle, and air cap. Soak these parts in a suitable cleaning solvent, following the manufacturer's recommendations for the type of solvent to use.
How to adjust an air spray gun?
Adjusting an air spray gun is essential to achieve the desired paint or coating application. Start by understanding the specific controls on your spray gun, typically including knobs or dials for air pressure, fluid flow, and spray pattern. Begin with the air pressure setting; higher pressure results in finer atomisation, while lower pressure produces larger droplets. Next, adjust the fluid flow rate to control the amount of material being sprayed. Experiment with these settings to find the right balance for your project.