Spray Gun Air Pressure Required for a Successful Paint Job

spray gun air pressure

Did you enjoy the video? Check out the LABAP VIP course that will help turn you into an auto body and paint pro, from home! Correct Spray Gun Air Pressure is Crucial for a Successful Paint Job In this post not will I only cover the correct spray gun air pressure that’s needed for a great paint … Read more

How To Paint a Car – Spray Gun PSI Settings and More!

How To Paint a Car - Spray Gun PSI Settings and More!

Hey! What’s goin’ on?! Thank you for dropping by today. A couple of weeks ago, I did a blog contest. I asked everyone to send in their most burning Auto Body and Paint questions. We got 67 questions from Facebook alone and 45 on the blog. Thank you to everyone for participating! We gave away … Read more

Warwick 903G Side Feed HVLP Spray Gun Review

Warwick 903G Side Feed HVLP Solvent Detail Gun

Hey, it’s Tony Bandalos with the Warwick 903G Side Feed HVLP Spray Gun Review. I have been using this for a while now, painting multiple projects – both for base coat and clear coat. It’s not too small but it is a mini gun. It is side feed. The operating pressure is about 10CFM @ … Read more

1 Tip: Adjusting Your Spray Gun – Automotive Spray Gun Setup For Painting Door Jambs

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Hey, what’s goin’ on?! I got a quick question from one of our VIP members. He’s painting door jambs on his car and didn’t want to buy a smaller touch-up gun to get into those tight areas. So he asked me, “Tony, can I use the regular 904HE to do my door jambs?” I’m like, “Yeah, … Read more

How To Paint Using (HVLP) High Volume Low Pressure Guns!

The new High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) guns, by contrast, use a lower air pressure at the gun’s tip to prevent as much ricocheting of paint from the car’s surface during painting. Pressure remains high at the inlet – up to 60 psi for typical painting jobs – but is only around 10 psi (pounds per square inch) at the nozzle. The HVLP spray gun shoots a huge amount of paint at low pressure, creating good, smooth coverage with far less paint rebounding from the sheet metal.