- Devilbiss 3-Gun Kit
Can the Devilbiss 3-Gun Kit Item #2049 use a 1.4mm tip. I am painting base coat silver metallic on a car and I need a gun with the 1.4mm tip
where are these paint guns made?
What is size of inlet hole of air line?
Where can I get a replacement cup for the detail gun? The threads strip easily.
Can different size caps and needles be bought for the smaller gun for use with primer color and clear for use in tight places like under dash and trunk areas?
Will this guns work with a 27 gal craftsman pro compressor with 7.2 cfm at 40 psi and 5.8 at 90 psi 2 hp for like hoods and panals
How well do they work with urethane paints.
Devilbiss 3-Gun Kit
Devilbiss 3-Gun Kit
1 small detail gun, accessories
- 2 large HVLP Guns
- 1 small Detail Gun
- 3 Tips, 3 Cups, Regulator and Tool Kit
About Devilbiss 3-Gun Kit
Take on any automotive painting job with this 3-gun DeVilbiss® Kit that includes one large HVLP Gun for primers (with 1.8mm fluid tip); one large HVLP Gun for top coats (1.3mm fluid tip), and one Small Gun for detailing and custom graphics (with 1.0mm fluid tip). The large guns require 30 psi @ 13 cfm, small gun requires 30 psi @ 8 cfm. One-year mfr's. warranty.
Gun rebuild kits available; see "Accessories" tab.
3-gun kit includes two large HVLP Guns and one small Detailing Gun, plus three tips (1.8mm, 1.3mm, 1.0mm), two 600ml aluminum paints cups, one 250ml nylon paint cup, and a gun-mounted air-adjusting valve with gauge. Cleaning and adjustment tools are also included. Gun rebuild kits available; see "Accessories" tab.
(Q) Will these guns work with any kind of paint?
(A) These were designed for solvent-based paints, primers and clears.
(Q) What are the compressor requirements?
(A) The large guns need 30 psi @ 13 cfm; the smaller gun needs 30 psi @ 8 cfm.
(Q) How can I learn to paint competently?
(A) Check out Eastwood's full line of training books and DVDs.
(Q) How do I prevent compressor moisture from ruining my paint job?
(A) See our full line of air dryers and filters. Search for "air management".
Always wear a NIOSH-approved respirator, eye protection and skin protection when painting. Consult paint label and MSDS for exact safety precautions. Always paint in a ventilated area away from open flames or sparks. Consult local and federal laws when disposing of excess paints, primer clears and solvents.
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