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Gravity Feed Spray Gun

CROP stocks a complete range of high volume low pressure (HVLP) and low volume low pressure (LVLP) paint guns. Before investing in an automotive paint gun, you must determine the type of spray gun that works best for your intended application. 

Benefits of HVLP

The popularity of HVLP sprayers has grown significantly since the inception of the technology. The acronym HVLP stands for high-volume, low-pressure, and this type of sprayer is used for air gun spraying. In general, air gun spraying can be defined as the process through which paint is applied using an air pressurized gun.

  • Highly consistent
  • Efficient
  • Easy to control
  • High quality color
  • No wasted car paint
  • Works perfect with metallic car paint

Disadvantages of HVLP

There are not many cons of HVLP sprayers. Compared to LVLP, HVLP is way slower. On the other hand, slow doesn't mean they are not high-quality. Additionally, you need to have a really big air compressor in order to make it work. This goes hand in hand with a higher price. 

Benefits of LVLP

If you are looking for a spray gun that will fulfill all your needs then this is your go. The biggest difference between HVLP spray guns and LVLP spray guns is that LVLP spray guns need a lower amount of PSI in order to work perfectly somewhere near 10 PSI, you can use almost any air compressor and the LVLP spray gun will still work perfectly.

  • Excellent transfer efficiency
  • No wasted car paint

Almost every air compressor will do for LVLP spray guns. However, using cheap and low-quality air compressors are not very recommended.

Cons of LVLP

The size of the pattern is quite small.

Nozzle size

Nozzle size is another important factor to keep in mind. The thicker the paint used, the larger your gun nozzle should be. 

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