What to know how you convert you existing machine from Airless to Airless assisted?
What do the three A’s stand for?
Well hear is Martin Cresswell – Technical Director from SPRAYMAN UK to show you how they run through their set up, take a look at their video below.
AAA – Air Assisted Airless, what’s it all about?
It’s about introducing air through an air cap right next to the tip. Here are a few benefits to using the AAA –
Martin is using the Graco GX21 FF with the SPRAYMAN FF hopper along side a Gentilin ‘silent’ Compressor. You will need a compatable gun and flat tips for this set up. A couple of options are, the Graco G40 or the Wagner 4600 with a red air cap.
So to connect those up to your Airless unit you will need a twin hose with a desiccant, which is an important feature as it takes out any water vapour. These are available in 7 1/2, 10 or 15 metres.
Air Assisted Airless is fantastic for spraying trim/woodwork and joinery/kitchens, but can also be used to spray ceilings and walls. For more information on these products head over to SPRAYMAN UK.
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