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Rockler HVLP Spray Gun

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  • HVLP (high volume, low pressure) spray system
  • Adjustable spray nozzle for horizontal, vertical or round flat positions
  • 15' hose
  • Includes viscocity cup for accurate thinning
  • Includes operating and cleaning instructions
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Technical Details
Item Weight14.1 pounds
Product Dimensions22.7 x 13 x 9.7 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB001DT1Z7O
Best Sellers Rank #49,402 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 22, 2008
  
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Product Description

This affordable HVLP (high volume, low pressure) spray system allows you to spray lacquer, stains, water-based finishes and oil-based paints with very minimal overspray.

Features adjustable spray nozzle for horizontal, vertical or round flat positions. With 15' hose for maximum flexibility. Includes viscocity cup for accurate thinning, plus operating and cleaning instructions.

Customer Reviews

It looks great!
Margaret Tyler
I've used this sprayer from Rocklers for over 10 years and found it to be the best sprayer ever!
Homerite
This gun is easy to use, very little overspray, and it is easy to clean.
Jeff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2008
I've had my sprayer now for just over a year. The set isn't all that pretty, with lots of plastic construction. However, the key components are brass or plated metal, and it works wonderfully, especially for the price. I've used mine to apply clear finishes and stains, and the coverage is excellent. The unit comes with two application spray needles, and you will want to experiment with them to decide which one works best for a given finish(helpful hint - definitely use the smaller apture needle/valve combo for stains and light weight finishes or you'll make a mess). No real qualms about this unit, my only advice is to purchase the optional container that Rockler also makes for this unit, so you can swap finishes and seal up one while applying the other, or can use the extra one to rinse the sprayer out when you're done.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Akers on January 10, 2012
So far I have sprayed shellac, lacquer, milk paint and clear acrylic. All have done very well. I recommend a better cleaning than described in the instructions. I remove the nozzle and needle and clean with whatever solvent is needed. ALWAYS do a final cleaning with warm soap and water. Clean the container threads well, let dry and assemble. So far I have found that the smallest needle works best for me. A little orange peel on the shellac- should have thinned more. I recommend writing notes about thinning, etc. Helps over time as my memory isn't that good. Had the sprayer about a year now and really like it. Buy yourself a couple extra containers.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By David F Moore on April 9, 2013
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I have used so many other sprayers trying to get a smoothe finish. I've used compressor driven hvlp spray guns and an hvlp system from the blue big box store made by Graco. I have a 20 gallon 6cfm compressor but it seems that once it started running it would never catch up until I was done spraying. The system by graco was used for deck stain and some painting. It did good but I didn't feel I could trust it with polyurethane. I had decided this was the year I would spend the money on a Fuji system. I am a hobbyist so I was reluctant to put down the bucks needed for such a good hvlp system that wouldn't be used that often. Then I ran across this little gem. The included viscosity cup showed I didn't need to thin the poly. I installed the smaller tip and nozzle then tested it on some scrap wood and adjusted the material flow down. Then I used it on a nightstand I had made. Two very nice coats later and it has a smoothe beautiful finish. Set-up was easy and cleaning just as easy. Wow!! I can't believe I got such a great hvlp sprayer at such a great price. My learning curve was easy as I had already used other sprayers, but if someone had never used one before this would still be easy to learn.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Homerite on March 31, 2014
I recommend this powerful Unit for any tasks small to medium in size. I've painted garage interiors, exterior Latex on a couple one story homes and over 200 walls with this unit. Its stood the test of time for over a dozen years. I've used this sprayer from Rocklers for over 10 years and found it to be the best sprayer ever! I've bought different Wagner Paint Sprayers over the years to see if they can do more area but they don't come close to the ease of use, excellent spray pattern and cleaning of parts this unit has.

I use this unit to only spray Latex. It has hardly any over spray so wall prepping is at a minimum. It'll do 4 X 4 foot patterns and one quart of paint will do one 8 X 12 wall easily. It cleans up very easy and the Spray Head is the only area that needs a small long brush to clean it- I find an Acid Brush works best. Clean the Quart Cup, nozzle (and its Nylon washer) and the Pickup Throat Tube and you're done.

If you can clean it on site just wash the paint from the quart cup and refill it with water, reassemble and turn on the unit. After a single flush everything is pretty clean. If you can't finish it on site then leave water in the quart cup and reattach it. This will keep any leftover paint moist for later cleaning. When you get home disassemble the spray nozzle and Quart cup and grab an Acid Brush and an old tooth brush. If it's badly gummed up let it soak in a bucket of water overnight. The worst area to clean is the where the pickup tube assembles into the Sprayer Head. There are 4 corners in there that tend to build up old paint.

If you mix ¾ to 1 cup of water to a gallon of paint you'll be happy how the paint sprays in a good pattern.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Randy Good on February 8, 2014
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I used the unit on three occasions. The first two were for a "get acquainted" sessions that lasted for about 10- 15 minutes each. The third time I had the unit running for about 20 minutes when it began to whine and smoke. It quit running before I could reach the switch, but I unplugged it anyway.

When I was able to use it, the finish was great. No runs, sags or orange peel. I've been using my compressor driven spray gun for awhile so dialing this gun in was easy. Virtually NO overspray. The only time I had blowback was when I intentionally sprayed into an enclosed box to see how sever the blowback was. Very easy to use system.

As other reviewers have noted the "instruction manual" is pretty much a waste of paper. "Do not spray flammable materials", with other instructions on how to thin polyurethane for spraying.

Nowhere on the unit does it say "Rockler". Hmmm.

When I called Rockler they were very apologetic and are sending a new unit out to me immediately. All they wanted was the serial number off the flamed unit. Interesting to note that on the Rockler website there ARE other reviews that mention the compressors overheating and/or burning up. I like how easy this unit is to use and clean. I like the way it lays down poly. I hope that I have better luck with the replacement.
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