|Item Weight||6.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.2 x 11 x 6.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||276124|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Wagner Power Products 276124B HVLP Conversion Gun
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- Paint spray gun for converting high-pressure compressors into HVLP fine-spray system
- 3 spray patterns; 89 percent product transfer efficiency; fluid and air controls;
- Works with compressors with at least 1-1/2 horsepower; all metal construction
- Includes conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cup
- Weighs less than 6.6 pounds
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Conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cup.
Top Customer Reviews
It's performed quite well and is very flexible. I have painted 3 rooms in my house as well as painted some furniture. Also, I have tested some water-based lacquer and it performed very well.
This is a great gun to buy especially if you already have a compressor. There are reviews on the internet (if you search you can find them) detailing successes using this gun with pancake compressors.
I am surprised and disappointed that Amazon is clearing this gun out given how well it performs. Not to worry if you buy one, there are other sites that sell this gun and numerous parts and extra projector sets. Just do a thorough search and you will find it.
An always telling clue is the survivability of the product. After a two foot drop onto the carpet, the gun leaked air. Ok. So, try to tighten the connection. Oops. The handle snapped off like I had been holding a twig. Why did it snap? The plastic handle revealed an extremely thin tube inside. Am I surprised it snapped with such a mild force? No. Am I surprised they decided to cut such corners? Yes. The rest of the product is reasonably well made (though heavy and a little large). Why cut use such a thin tube when the rest of the product appears to be one step up. What's the cost? One dollar? If it couldn't withstand a weekend woodworker, then I don't think it could stand up to any usage. I decided to go with the Apollo 5110 and I'm happy with it's build quality and results. It's more expensive, but the gun will outlast me and can be converted for turbine use later.
Likes... construction, quality of materials. Dislikes... for a rookie like me, the user manual is skimpy, at best, with nothing to give you a clue about what PSI the regulator valve on the grip handle should be set or start out as.
With a bit of trial & error, I finally got it to spray decently.
If you plan to spray varnishes & paints with varying viscosities, I would highly recommend that you seek out the # 0295267 HVLP maintenance kit(low CFM), consisting of the #2 & #4 projectors (most commonly used) check valve seals, cup gasket, replacement check valve assembly, needle packing, gun wrench and air plug. These parts are nice to have on hand in case you discover at the start of a job, that your spray gun doesn't want to play anymore, plus getting the extra projectors is less expensive this way, than buying them individually.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I actually have two of these. When I was going to purchase a bigger size needle I ended up just buying another gun with bigger size needle, wasn't that much more at the time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Ruiz
Love this product, big bang for the buck. Only 4 stars because the first one broke between the black handle and spray body, but I REALLY used it hard and it paid for itself many... Read morePublished 13 months ago by SB Sailor
Have painted a set of bathroom cabinets with this spray gun, it took alittle bit of practice but once you get the hang of setting it up all goes well. Read morePublished on October 29, 2013 by Dan
Good product. I use in wood shop to spray water based urethane and oil based urethane. Better than brushing. Down side... Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by R. H. Woolworth
This gun has a serious problem, the "air tube" is thin-wall aluminum and structurally supports the plastic handle. Read morePublished on July 21, 2011 by S. Amir
Being my first HVLP gun I was quite pleased. For my first project I painted 6 chairs and 1 patio table with only 1 quart of black Rustoleum paint. Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by BB Machine
This gun is very expensive but also breaks easily. The gun was broken after the first day of using it in the jobsite. I was so frustrated.Published on March 30, 2011 by NHANCELI
Great for those who can't stand brushmarks. Perfect for spraying interior trim, furniture etc., with very little overspray. Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by Teach1985
I'm with Melkonian. My entire wood-finishing class did a whole morning's work using just this gun and a Porter-Cable pancake compressor. Read morePublished on June 16, 2009 by Walter W. Matera