HVLP AIRLESS RIGS - Already have an Airless rig? Don't want to get a true AAA pump for fine finishing!
Use your current airless pump
to power Air Assisted Airless Guns rated up to 4000 psi.
Great for General Contractors who want a plug and play alternative with less overspray and more control with their airless Rig.
*SGW PLEASE NOTE: For Fine Finish cabinet makers the traditional AAA gives you true HVLP low overspray performance, and a softer fan with more control. The pumps are typically higher quality and geared to smoother paint delivery. However, if you do not wish to invest in a new pump, Airless HVLP are high powered alternatives for thicker material and large contractors, they are not technically HVLP. However, they provide similar performance as HVLP, and are a great alternative to real AAA.
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PLUG AND PLAY CONVERSION OF YOUR AIRLESS RIG TO HVLP AIRLESS*
The Binks AA4400M spray gun converts your Airless Pump into a Fine Finish HVLP Type Spray System. The
paint or other material to be
sprayed is pre-atomized and forced through the carbide tip by the typical 1,600-3,800 psi fluid
pressure (with capabilities up to 4,400 psi/303 bar). However, the gun hooks up to a tiny air compressor and as a result of
pre-atomizing or the airless tip, the final shaping air supplied by the air
cap produces more control, less overspray, and an exceptionally
fine and even spray pattern.
The result of this spray pattern is an even finish, exceptionally fine finish with
reduced overspray and VOC
Recommended Cabinetry Size 9 & 11
HOW TO USE AN HVLP AIRLESS
Hooks up to your airless rig like a standard airless gun. However you must also hook the gun up to a small compressor of 3CFM capacity or greater. Any typical 1 HP compressor or larger will work.
The airless pump, you are familiar with, this is pretty much the same, however just add an airhose at the bottom inlet of the gun - supply about 30psi or so of air pressure to the gun. This will give you greater atomization and more control. You will be able to drop the airless gun pressure to approximately 1000-2000 psi instead at the 3000 or so and get an even finer finish with less overspray and more control.
remember Standard AAA only operates at 600-800psi so their spay is much softer and has less overspray than these hi-powered alternatives. But this is a less expensive way to get you to HVLP type of work and saves you in purchasing another pump.