Spray Guns

Written by Chris Lampe, STAR4D Program Manager at the Iowa Waste Reduction Center, University of Northern Iowa. Compressed air is one of the most important utility requirements of an automotive shop. Compressed air is used throughout many processes and applications including pneumatic tools and spray guns. Improperly sized hoses, fittings, and quick-disconnect couplings often result in large pressure drops. These losses require higher system pressure to overcome the pressure drop, thus resulting in wasted energy. Most air tools, such as impact wrenches and sanders are rated at 80-90 pounds per square inch gauge (PSIG) inlet. Spray equipment, such as gravity feed

Air caps are not a one size fits all piece of equipment. The right air cap allows you to spray the finish you need for each project you work on. That’s why it is important to know how to change your air cap and be prepared to lay down the perfect finish, every time. The Fuji Spray V8 spray gun offers a wide variety of air cap sets ranging from 1.2mm to 2.2mm. Which allows you to effectively atomize any coating imaginable. With all of these sizes available to you, it’s almost certain you’ll be changing out your air cap set. Use

A properly serviced and cleaned auto finishing spray gun will result in consistent quality finishes and longer equipment life. It is both money-making (short term) and cost-saving (long term) and we highly recommend that you take care of your Fuji Spray Auto spray guns and all of your paint shop equipment. If you are noticing any inconsistencies with the fan pattern control on your V8 spray gun and it isn’t working properly, you’re not getting the quality auto painting finish your job needs and deserves. If that is the case, these seven steps and the video below are here to guide

There’s a new gun in town, and quality-conscious auto spray professionals are showing they’re quick on the draw by adopting the new Fuji Spray Auto™ MP-V8™ Mid-Pressure Spray Gun.   Maxwell Larmour knows the importance of quality equipment when it comes to doing good work for his clients. The 14-year automotive repair professional, who has been working at Northdale Auto Body in Waterloo, Ontario for the last year-plus, has been fixing and finishing cars, trucks, vans, busses and more than just as his job, but as what he enjoys to do. Since he started fixing cars in his parents’ driveway, Maxwell estimates

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