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Are there any recommended maintenance measures?

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Daily clean-up all parts with proper cleaners/solvents. Re-lubricate where lubricant is washed away by cleaning. Moisture traps and compressor tanks must be drained daily.

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I agree with Tina. In addition I have some further information. this refers to conventional and HVLP spray guns (NOT electrostatic equipment)

Needs the air cap also cleaning?
Yes,it does. Remove the air cap (sometimes called air nozzle) from thegun and immerse in solvent, use a brush. For the small holes use atooth picker or something soft enough (not a wire or other metals).Use compressed air to dry. The same procedure with fluid nozzle andfluid needle. Don't forget to lubricate the gun afterwards with anormally non-silicone grease (check your manual for confirmation).
The cleaning of the gun is not a bigissue. But the cleaning and maintenance of the spray system (tank,hoses, etc...) needs some “techniques”


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