Introducing our NEW range of professional Gravity Feed Spray Guns. Each model features air and paint flow controls for the fine adjustment of spray patterns. Benefitting from solvent resistant component technology and precision-engineered, they provide consistent and unrivalled results. The best quality components such as brass air caps, stainless steel needles and nozzles are used. Each version is designed to produce a range of professional results, for example; blowing-in small areas of a panel where the fine control of paint and air is necessary. Our standard pressure model produces a flat and smooth fan pattern, perfect for the ultimate clear finishing coat. All our spray guns are supported with various air cap sizes for alternative set-ups. Peace of mind with the additional benefit of a full spare parts back-up service and 1-year warranty.
Model No. LVLP01
LVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun 1.4mm Set-Up.
Model No. SP01
SP Gravity Feed Spray Gun 1.4mm Set-Up.
Model No. HVLP04
HVLP Gravity Feed Touch-Up Spray Gun 1mm Set-Up.
Model No. HVLP01
HVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun 1.4mm Set-Up.
Features & Benefits
Precision Engineered with Solvent Resistant Component Technology.
Paint Flow Control
Solvent Resistant Components
Spray Guns Explained
Conventional Spray Guns
Conventional Air Caps utilise air pressure that is supplied to the gun.
Thicker paint material can be atomised by increasing the pressure and atomisation can be higher than HVLP. The drawback is that transfer efficiency is significantly reduced to around 35 percent which results in extra coating waste and increased coating costs. If you have heavy bodied coatings like glues, epoxies,and zincs conventional air caps often make the most sense.
Stands for Medium Volume Medium Pressure.
Also known as Refinishing Guns by some well known brands. New Sealey Models (SP01) Capable of atomising some thicker paint materials. A good transfer efficiency of around 70%. Atomisation can occur at around 26psi so you can use a smaller compressor compared to an HVLP gun.
Stands for High Volume Low Pressure.
New Sealey Models (HVLP04) HVLP guns use a high volume of air and converts it to a low pressure. The benefit is a soft spray that reduces overspray, which reduces coating waste and saves on paint costs compared to conventional guns. Transfer efficiency of around 60%. The drawback is that thicker paint materials are often not able to be atomised well.
LVLP stands for Low Volume Low Pressure.