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The Fuji T70 Hvlp Spray Gun
The Fuji T-Series spray gun features an exclusive side-mounted Pattern Control Knob to adjust the size of the fan. This allow you to switch from small to large pattern, or anywhere ing between. Unlike HVLP turbine Spray guns with the front collar adjustment, the Pattern Control Kob offers full incremental fan size throughout the whole range. The T-Series spray gun is a sleek, lightweight, compact, and with a very sturdy contruction. With the pattern control knob system the control knob is located at the front of the spray gun near the air cap, allows the operator to infinitetly vary the fan from 15" down to 1" without having to stop spraying. This gives a degree of precision control that is not available in any other top of the line HVLP turbine spray gun.
The T70 is commonly, and mistakenly referred to as a "suction feed" spray gun, that is incorrect. Fluid is not sucked up the feed tube from the cup, (which is the way the high pressure spray gun works), but is forced up the feed tube via pressure that comes from the turbine through the pressure tube into the cup.
The T70 will spray without a problem vertically as well as horizontally, on such items as countertops, doors layed horizontally, table tops, etc. The T70 will spray upwards for only limited distances as normally configured:
HINT: If you want to spray upwards with the T70 you need to change the configuration as follows:
1) Loosen the nut holding the cup assembly to the gun.
2) Rotate the cup assembly 90 degrees so that the bent part of the pickup tube is facing the handle of the spray gun, also the pressure tube nipple on the cup assembly will will be facing forward.
3)Rotate the diaphram 90 degrees.
This configuration will also work with the "M" spray gun, and any older model bottom feed Fuji Spray Gun.
Factory Suggested List Price $399.00Save $70!!
Any other air cap installed on the spray gun besides the #3 will be considered a special order, at no extra charge. After payment is made it will be ordered from the factory and shipped directly from Buffalo, NY usually within a week to 10 days.
Accessories for T70 Bottom Feed Spray Gun
1)#2039 Cup parts kit for T70 bottom feed spray gun: $24.50
Contains 3-Diaphragms, 3 Cup lid Gaskets, and 3 Pressure Tubes w/Check Valves
The Fuji Pressurized T-75G Gravity Feed Non-Bleed Spray Gun!!
This is a light weight easy to handle and operate pressurized gravity feed non-bleed spray gun, that will give outstanding performance with all finishes. It has a 600 cc, (20.3 oz) nylon cup with screw on cap making it easy to fill and easy to clean by just running thinner through the cup and spray gun. This is a great spray gun for the automotive body shop, and bathtub refinishing trades or for anyone who wants a light weight easy to maneuver spray gun. It is a true HVLP spray gun not a conversion gun it will run off of any HVLP turbine. Makes for a great first or second spray gun. Because it is both gravity and pressurized it can spray heavy finishes even easier than the pressurized T-70.
The Factory Suggested retail price is $399 but we are selling it for $329, a $70 savings, also it can be purchased as a second spray gun with any system purchase with free UPS Ground shipping. And best of all we can substitute it for the standard T-70 spray gun in any system purchase, check out our system package prices with the T-70. Call or email for details.$329.00!!
Accessories for T75G Pressurized Gravity Feed Spray Gun
#2024L Pressure tubes for the T75G spray gun:
#9740 400cc, (13.5oz) Gravity Cup for T-75G $49.95
#9775 1000cc (33.8oz) Gravity Cup for T-75G $57.95
#GFH1000 Gravity Spray Gun Stand, spray gun sold separately, (only works with T-75G Spray Gun) $15.50
The Fuji Pressurized Gxpc Gravity Feed Non-Bleed Spray Gun!!
The Factory Suggested retail price is $385 but we are selling it for $319, a $66 savings, also it can be purchased as a second spray gun with any system purchase with free UPS Ground shipping. Check out our system package prices with the Gxpc. Call or email for details.$319.00!!
Available with any size air cap #2, #3, #4, #5, or #6, you will be asked when you order to choose the optionAny other air cap installed on the spray gun besides the #4 will be considered a special order, at no extra charge. After payment is made it will be ordered from the factory and shipped directly from Buffalo, NY usually within a week to 10 days.
Accessories for Gxpc Pressurized Gravity Feed Spray Gun
Cup Parts Kit #2030 for 400cc Pressurized Gravity Spray Gun cup #9850 or #9740, G-Xpc, GT-X2, T-75G Spray guns
Contains: 5 Long Pressure Tubes w/Check Valves, and 5 Gravity Cup Lid Gaskets
Swivel "L" fitting for using a Fuji Gxpc, GT-X2 or GT, Gravity Spray Guns, (not designed to work with T75G) with a Pressure Pot
Includes an #6074 air plug
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The above fitting can also be used to attach a quart cup to your Fuji GT-X2 or G-Xpc spray guns
(spray gun sold separately)
Does not work with the T-75G Gravity Spray Gun
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Order a 1 quart cup assembly
with a swivel fitting Kit
$63.40 w/Aluminum Cup
$70.00 w/Teflon Coated Cup
Teflon cups not recommended for Nitro Cellulose Lacquers
GT-X2 Presurized 600cc (20.3oz.) Nylon Gravity Cup Assembly #9870
M-Model 7001 Spray Gun
This spray gun comes with the Semi-Pro 2
system with a #3 (1.3mm) air cap set.
The M spray gun is a non-bleed, with an insulated handle and a fan adjustment knob at the rear of the spray gun. An excellent extra spray gun for any system.
M-Model 7002G Pressurized Gravity Spray Gun
This spray gun comes with the Semi-Pro 2
system with a #3 (1.3mm) air cap set. (Please note the 400cc gravity cup does not rotate like it does on the Gxpc spray gun
Air Cap Setups for the M Spray Gun:
#7020-1...#1 Air Cap Setup...0.8mm
#7020-2...#2 Air Cap Setup...1.0mm
#7020-3...#3 Air Cap Setup...1.3mm (Comes Standard on the M Spray Gun Installed)
#7020-4...#4 Air Cap Setup...1.5mm
#7020-5...#5 Air Cap Setup...1.8mm
#7020-6...#6 Air Cap Setup...2.0mm
Convert any bottom feed Fuji spray gun to a pressurized gravity spray gun
Upper Air Connector Kit #7015
Allows conversion of either the Gxpc, GT-X2 or XT-2 to have the ability to attach the hose to the Upper Rear Barrel. This allows you to drape the hose over your shoulder thereby keeping it out of the way. We recommend this model, to such trades as Bathtub Refinishers who need to keep the cup and hose away from the walls of the tub.
Important: unlike with the air supply attached to the standard connector at the base of the handle, the air passes straight through the upper barrel and bypasses the trigger valve. So the gun functions exactly as a bleeder gun with air passing through the gun all the time (whether or not the trigger is pulled back).
(SPRAY GUN SOLD SEPARETLY)
Does not work with the T-70, T-75G, or Xpc Spray Gun
Also Works with the GXpc spray gun but will not work with the Xpc
Upper Air Connector Kit #7518 for T-Series $32.60
HVLP spray guns are easier to use than most spray guns. It takes very little practice in order to spray with professional results thanks to the lower velocity. If you can use a paintbrush, you can spray with HVLP.
Viscosity of coatings is important. Although we supply a guide, there is often some trial and error involved in arriving at the best viscosity. If a product is thinned too much, there are runs. Too thick and 'orange peel' or rough finish is the result. When thinning, it is essential to use a reducer that is compatible with the product you are using. To be sure, buy a thinner made by the same coatings company - always verify that it is the right product. It is wise to experiment on a practice piece to ensure that the finish is perfect. You may also request information from the coatings manufacturer - don't forget to mention you are spraying with HVLP turbine equipment.
Waterborn lacquers (acrylics, urethanes and varathanes etc.) can be applied successfully with HVLP. Most of these products require no thinning whatsoever. Many of these newer coatings contain a high-solids content of 30%-60% or more so the turbine must be powerful enough (at least the 3-stage). Several thin wet coats are preferable to one or two thick coats. Scuff sanding between coats is recommended.
spraying with HVLP,
the gun at a constant 6" - 8" away from the project. Release the
at the end of each stroke. Then, depress the trigger and overlap the
pass by about 1/3. Continue in this fashion for consistent coverage.
The Air Control Valve
Whenever possible, to
spray to an absolute minimum you may use the Air Control Valve to
the volume/pressure of air passing through the spray gun. Turn the
until the air is at the point where it is just barely atomizing the
and yet the finish quality is still ideal. If the valve is turned too
orange peel may result. There is a compromise here with setting the
of paint sprayed and the size of the pattern. The Air Control Valve
should be the last in the chain. In other words, decide on the
and size of pattern first - then, you may find that you can reduce the
air without affecting the quality of the finish.
A Word about LATEX
If you intend on spraying Latex Emulsion Paint (House Paint) all Fuji turbines will spray latex, but for faster application speed please consider purchasing a more powerful 4-stage turbine system. To spray Latex paints successfully, some rules must be adhered to. The latex should be 'finish-quality' (the best grade). Especially for warm weather situations, a Latex Additive such as Floetrol can be used to slow drying time, (Floetrol is not a thinner). The Latex will also have to be thinned with water - usually 20% is enough. The #3 on the T70, T75G and "M" spray guns, (or the #4 on the Gxpc) needle/nozzle/jet setup is preferred for the best finish. When spraying Latex, please turn the fluid adjusting screw to limit the paint to a finer spray. This will increase the ratio of air to paint and result in better atomization and a beautiful finish. (Factually speaking, it doesn't increase the ratio of air to paint but does the opposite - it allows the air atomizing power to work on less paint thereby improving the quality of atomization). If your main purpose in buying a system is to paint walls with latex, then we want you to know that you will probably have to thin the paint. If you want to spray latex full strength (absolutely no thinning) onto walls, you would be better off with an airless system which will do the job without thinning. For the average homeowner, a roller is still probably the best tool for the job. However, many people have used the Fuji System to paint walls with latex and they are very happy with the result. Just remember to thin with water. For walls you might want to use a larger air cap for greater coverage. To review… we consider HVLP perfect for spraying Latex Paint onto trim, cabinets, louver doors etc. (fine finishing).
HVLP is designed for fine finishing, this includes... furniture, pianos, cabinets, automobiles, machinery - anywhere a 'Class A' coating is to be applied. If you already own airless equipment, you'll find that an HVLP system will complement it perfectly. Although there is some overlap, every family of spray systems on the market has its special place.
$325 w/cup assembly
$295 without/cup assembly(3M PPS Ready-3M PPS System must be purchased Separetly)
MPX-30 Siphon (#6350S-MP-1)
w/1.7mm Tip and 1 Qt. Cup
MPX-30 Siphon (#6350S-MP-0)
w/1.7mm Tip and without 1 Qt. Cup (3M PPS Ready)
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