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Re: PAINT GUN SPITS PAINT AFTER ABOUT 10 MINUTES OF USE
Are you straining the paint through cheese cloth or some other type of strainer ? Trash in the paint building up around the tip could cause it, straining will eliminate that. The return spring, or the grommets depending on what type of gun your using could be wore out keeping the needle from seating closed all the way. Is it when you stop spraying or during. May need to change the pressure setting or tip size for the material you are spraying, again, depends entirely on your specific situation as to what could be causing the problem. But these are things you can try. The paint store would probably be able to point you in the right direction if it comes down to changing tips. Might be worth a call to save yourself more aggravation. hmmm,, goes to show how observant I am,, sanchezauto,, are you painting cars,, with a conventional cup gun ? All of any of the above could apply. And if your painting cars you sure don't want a spitting gun messing you up. (-8
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Its a filter for an end of a paint gun. it collects excess oil mainly with moisture and whatever. It is the last filter your paint goes through before spraying your product. Very helpful if you're painting something nice.
You can use any liquid that can be thinned to a consistancy that will spray uniformly out of the gun. Use the recommended thinner on the paint can to get the paint where it will spray evenly. Paint conditioiners help a lot but are not always necessary. Probably more important is that you completely clean all parts when you are done.
2 gallons is small to begin with u need to buy an in line pressure adjuster/regulator their a few bucks and can be attached to the paint gun or line and will keep the pressure at ur adjustment the regulator on the tank sets the tank pressure at 50 so when u us it will let it drop down to about 45 than start up to build the pressure up to 50 than shuts off than repeats it self the inline keeps pressure steady even if tanks are at 200 psi
First of all we must know how is works,that is air enters the brush causing a vacuum at the paint hose,where the hose is dip into the paint barrel,so paint will fill the vacuum where it will attend the brush,so if the air mechanism in the brush is glogged air will flow in the paint barell.Solution is to dismentle the brush and clean the air mechinism
Try replacing cup gasket first then clean all inlets and outlets completely, check that all valves operate properally, and all seals and o-rings are in good condition. Clean and lubricate adjustment fluid valve.