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If the quality of the finish is of the greatest importance, then these extra fine finishing professional grade HVLP spray guns, from C.A. Technologies, are what you have been looking for. Review the spray guns online and then call us with your questions. We will be pleased to discuss your need for extra fine finishing. Perfect for automotive refinish and fine furniture applications. - 'the finishing authority'

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HVLP Spray Gun Extra Fine Finish FE-Line Fine Finish HVLP Spray Gun

FE-Line Fine Finish - Lightweight Ergonomic spray gun designed with CAT SLP Technology. This gun has been designed to spray stains, toning, and consistent color matching applications. The 12 point air diffusion design significantly improves pattern coverage uniformity, process capability and color consistency The gun's lightweight design 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 23-1313  13.5  CFM
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Our Price: $365.00

The C.A.T. SLP HVLP (Stainless Low Pressure) is a fine finish spray gun designed for automotive and wood finishing.  Features include stainless steel fluid passages, and superfine atomization achieved with the patented 12-point atomization. The smoke-like atomization allows excellent blending and gloss. The CAT SLP requires only 29 psi inlet pressure to produce 10 psi at the nozzle. This gun specializes in breaking up NGR stains and other hard to break up materials.

Air Inlet 1/4" NPS (m)
Fluid Inlet 3/8" NPS (m)
Weight 20 oz.
Standard setup: 1.3 X 1313

Our Price: $426.00
Jaguar SLP HVLP Gravity Feed Jaguar SLP HVLP


Our Price: $439.00
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Tech Corner

If you are involved in a paint technology that involves the use of compressed air in the application of the finish, then you have a vested interest in the quality of the air. The air should be dry, clean and free from oil. Wet, dirty and oily air can play havoc with your paint film. Compressed air right out of the compressor is very hot. As the air cools a % of moisture drops out in the air line. The air must be first cooled and then dried. The air is then filtered to remove particles from the air stream. Quality compressed air is not free and does require prevented maintenance to stay ahead of the problems and issues that are caused by fouled compressed air.

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