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PPG Hi-Temp 1027

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We are building a material handling system for a heat treat furnace. The customer recommended a paint that is no longer available and PPG recommended we switch to a Hi-Temp 1027 paint. We tried to spray today and the paint is coming out a bit like spider webs. I'm personally not the painter but I'm the one responsible for making sure things get painted, so here I am.

We are using a Binks gravity feed spray gun and running around 80 PSI. Our PPG rep said to thin the paint but we have already thinned it quite a bit. Just wondering if anyone had any other suggestions I could have the guys try. I dropped a few pictures below to show what we are getting.

Any Help would be appreciated. Thank You,
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Did you strain the paint?!
PDS says to Not thin. What did you thin it with. ? Weird it looks like roller lint. Sure your guys sanded it? Other thought is that the paint was probably sitting around the warehouse forever and that is unmixed tint or hardened tint spitting out ,or the likes..
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