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Old 12-19-2015, 11:59 PM   #21
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Something to consider is buying a gun that will allow you to use it in both HVLP and Conventional Technology. Binks latest Industrial gun , The Trophy Series, allows for changing of air caps to switch between HVLP or conventional spraying. This would allow for diversity of spraying if your epoxy is to thick for HVLP.
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Something to consider is buying a gun that will allow you to use it in both HVLP and Conventional Technology. Binks latest Industrial gun , The Trophy Series, allows for changing of air caps to switch between HVLP or conventional spraying. This would allow for diversity of spraying if your epoxy is to thick for HVLP.
Not only that, but for compliance issues when the EPA decides to give you a visit.
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i think the professionals would do it in a better way with long lasting quality so I always contact a professional

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