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Why Do C.A. Technologies 300 Series Spray Guns Provide Superior Atomization?

C.A. Technologies has the 300 series of air caps and fluid tips for fine finishing HLVP spray guns. These guns atomize so much better than the competition because of CAT's patented 12 point balanced plenum. You can pay more for a spray gun but you will not find one that produces a higher quality fine finish. Perfect for automotive refinish or for fine furniture finishing by professional painters or a craftsman looking for a high quality HVLP professional grade spray gun. Call us to discuss your application requirements. - 'the finishing authority'.

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FE-Line Low CFM Fine Finish FE-Line Low CFM Fine Finish

The FE-Line Low CFM is a low CFM lightweight ergonomic spray gun. This gun's setup is designed to operate with a 2 hp compressor. The FE-Line lightweight ergonomic design also reduces fatigue and increases mobility.

Air Inlet 1/4" NPS (m)
Fluid Inlet 3/8" NPS (m)
Weight: 15 oz.
standard setup: 1.3 x 1090

Our Price: $335.00
J300H HVLP Gravity Feed Jaguar 300H HVLP Gravity Feed Gun Fine Finish

Jaguar 300H HVLP

Our Price: $369.00
LYNX L300H HVLP Fine Finish air spray gun LYNX L300H HVLP Fine Finish

Lynx L300H fine finish HVLP spray gun

Our Price: $410.00
Insuring A Good Finish Each and Every Time

Air Spray Tech Consulting

Tech Corner

Every paint shop or finishing line needs to be consistent in the paint job or product finish they delivery each and every time they apply paints. A few simple tools will help prepare your paint for application. Everyone should have they following for each coating they apply. First of all a Material Safety Data Sheet, Technical Data Sheet, A stop watch and a viscosity cup. The viscosity cup will measure the resistance to flow of the paint. Dip the cup into the paint until the top lip of the cup in under the surface of the paint. Raise the cup from the paint. Start the stop watch and time how long it takes for the paint to evacuate the cup. Stop the watch when the cup is empty. Record the number of seconds. Check the paint's Technical Data Sheet for suggested viscosity range for spray application. Maintain a log book of each time you mix paint. Record the paint temperature, the amount and type of solvent that has been added and viscosity. Spray out a panel and report results in the log. Is the film acceptable or is the film rough and not a commercial film. Adjust air spraying pressure, adjust material delivery and or add additional solvent as required to achieve proper atomization.

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