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Old 02-18-2020, 10:40 AM   #1
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Hi,
I would like to know if anyone knows of an exhaust fan that you can hold next to your HVLP spray gun to suck the overspray as you spray in a confined area such as a Bath tub or tiles Any suggests
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Welcome to PT.

Well, there are systems out there like this. With some modifying, like creating a seal around the window where it is venting out, you could have a fairly effective system.
We had some threads in the past where guys shared systems similar to this which they had designed and built themselves.
If you have a green house supply company near where you are, most will have fans and flexible ducts.
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A note of caution: pay attention to volatility of what you are spraying. You may need to look at components for your system that will not inadvertently ignite anything.
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