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C.A. Technologies has the 200 series of air caps and fluid tips for HVLP spray guns.
This series of nozzles is for hard to atomize coatings. These types of coatings are generally found in corrosion control applications.

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Lynx L200H Corrosion Control HVLP Spray Gun Lynx L200H HVLP Lynx Corrosion Control Spray Gun

This C.A. Technologies Lynx L200H spray gun is made to spray those hard to atomize corrosion control heavy duty coatings. This gun has a wide selection of fluid tips (1.1 -2.2.) and air caps. The gun features stainless steel fluid passages, lightweight and rugged construction.

Air Inlet 1/4" NPS (m)
Fluid Inlet 3/8"NPS (m)
Weight 20 oz.
Standard setup Fluid Tip 1.8 x 1095 Air cap, 12 CFM, For Heavy Bodied, Primers

List Price: $396.00
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Panther P200H Panther P200H HVLP

The Panther P200H HVLP is a heavy duty HVLP air spray gun excellent for spraying in harsh environments. The Teflon anodized finish makes the 200H perfect for zinc rich, glues, CARC or any coating that makes clean-up difficult. This gun has a heavy duty needle spring, air adjusting valve, self-adjusting needle, and air valve packing. Panther guns comes standard with stainless steel fluid passages.

Air Inlet 1/4" NPS (m)
Fluid Inlet 3/8" NPS (m)
Standard setup Fluid tip 1.8 x Air Cap 22-1083 requires 12 CFM
Weight 20 oz.

List Price: $415.00
Our Price: $415.00
Sale Price: $381.50
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Correct Spray Technique
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    1. Hold the spray gun perpendicular to the surface being coated.
    2. Move across the surface parallel.
    3. Move the gun before triggering, Release the trigger before the stroke has ended.
    4. Keep the distance from the gun to surface the same throughout the stroke between 6 -12 inches
    5. Overlap each stroke by approximately 50% to achieve an even film build.
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