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Why is air control equipment necessary?

Lack of adhesion, dust, fish eyes and other problems on coated surfaces are usually the result of problems in the compressed air supply. These mistakes are expensive. They can be avoided with professional air filters. Raw air, piped directly from an air source to a spray gun, is of little use in spray finishing. Raw air contains small, but harmful quantities of water, oil, dirt and other contaminants that will alter the quality of the sprayed finish. Air filters filter out these contaminants before they get on your paint job. Air entering the filter is swirled to remove moisture that collects in the baffled quiet zone. Accumulated liquid is carried away through either a manual or automatic drain.

GOAL: The ultimate goal of air filtration is to remove all oil, dirt and water from the air while maintaining good CFM air flow. The goal of our Water and Air Filters is to get your air to .01 micron filtration (the lowest you can go). This is the level that professional spray booths operate in. However, if you are a professional but do not have a sealed shop environment do not feel you have to get a .01 filter (you do not have to go this clean), any 1-10 micron filter will work to your satisfaction and will be good enough for most users. If you do seal your spray booth in the future or are a very particular painter, you can always add a 2nd filter - a .01 Motorguard Filter system for around $50.00 later on. Please look at our favorite filters at Our Recommendations.

Note Also: Do not feel you have to make a serious investment at this time, please come back or , we have serious hobbyist and professionals that use only the $10.00 category filters and they are happy with their results.

PROFESSIONAL AIR FILTERS

NEED TO PIPE YOUR FILTER? PIPING YOUR SYSTEM IN 1 HOUR

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AIR FILTERS EXPLAINED - WITH PRICE GUIDE - HOW TO DO IT CHEAP!
Including New Waterbase Dryers

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$10
Simply use a Air Filter at the Gun. This is the cheapest and easiest way to go. It is not as effective as a larger more expensive systems, but works well if you change filters as directed. Each ball should last about a week of daily spraying. We sell them in bulk for UNDER $2 a piece!

Also featured here is the Desiccant Color Changing Disposable Filter

 


$30+
Great Starter Units - Inexpensive but professional quality Wall Mount Units 5 Micron - Professional Units Start Here - Features some units with Reusable filter elements - means cost savings over time.


$70+
Some of the finest 1 Stage Systems to bring you down to 1 microns.

$50+NEW 2nd STAGE WATER BASED FILTER
Perfect 2nd Stage Filter - For those with a primary filter or water trap this is the lowest cost and highest quality filter to bring you down to .01 microns

 

 


$100+
Dessicant System (2nd or 3rd stage only) - For those with water problems you need Dessicant which actually ZAPS! the water molecules at a molecular level so there is no possibility of any water contiminating your finish. (water only still requires dirt and oil filter)

 


$125+
2 Stage Systems Bring your down to a professional spray booth level .01 Microns

DO IT YOURSELF 2 STAGE
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New! 3 Stage Single Cartrige System for same price as standard 2 stage - Click Here


$300+
The Classic Professional System
3 Stage Desiccant Systems is the Standard for Professionals. 3 stages of filtration remove all water, oil and dirt
 


$695+
Zero Maintenance Air Filter for Spray Equipment.
 


$900+
Refrigerated Systems for Professional Spray Booths.
 

 

SIMPLE SETUP

Things to remember:

1) Let your air cool off the compressor. Big shops have refrigerated air coolers which dehumidify and condition the air. A minimum of 25' to your air control units.
2) If using Pipes slope your pipe toward your air drains so everything flows downward toward your drains.
3) Use an air Drying, Filtering System.
4) If you have very little air, use a high flow air hose or couplers. - Call for Couplers.
5) Use a finishing Filter at the Gun to remove any last contaminant.
6) Filter your paint as you pour it into the Gun or pot.

 




 
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