Question about Air Tools & Compressors
If you are using an airless paint sprayer the problem is that the pressure is too low. Turn it up if possible, if unit runs constantly, there is an internal pump problem. If not running constantly, and your unit uses an outlet filter, it is possible that it is fully clogged and not allowing the pressure that the pump produces to reach the spray line.
If you are using a conventional air compressor gun then your problem is still a lack of pressure and proper atomization. Turn up the air pressure and/or thin down your paint. A larger needle/nozzle combo may be necessary if you are using a thick paint. Additional fluid pressure may also be necessary.
Posted on Oct 23, 2012
Reduce the air pressure,and put a water separator in line.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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