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Wagner Power Products 276124B HVLP Conversion Gun

by Wagner

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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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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 276124
Item Weight6.6 pounds
Product Dimensions13.2 x 11 x 6.8 inches
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Item model number276124
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Item Package Quantity1
  
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Additional Information
ASINB00005NMSC
Best Sellers Rank #73,419 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 31, 2001
  
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Convert your compressor into a professional fine finish sprayer with this conversion gun from Wagner. The gun converts standard high-pressure air compressors with 1-1/2 horsepower and up into a SoftSpray HVLP spray system. With the gun connected directly to the compressor, a regulator valve helps control air and fluid control. --Brian D. Olson

What's in the Box
Conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cup.

Product Description

Convert your compressor into a professional fine finish sprayer with this conversion gun from Wagner. The gun converts standard high-pressure air compressors with 1-1/2 horsepower and up into a SoftSpray HVLP spray system. With the gun connected directly to the compressor, a regulator valve helps control air and fluid control. --Brian D. OlsonWhat's in the Box Conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cup.Paint spray gun for converting high-pressure compressors into HVLP fine-spray system3 spray patterns; 89 percent product transfer efficiency; fluid and air controls;Works with compressors with at least 1-1/2 horsepower; all metal constructionIncludes conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cupWeighs less than 6.6 pounds

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Customer Reviews

If you have a compressor and a big paint job to tackle, this is the tool for you.
B. D. Works
This gun has a serious problem, the "air tube" is thin-wall aluminum and structurally supports the plastic handle.
S. Amir
Down side...be nice to have a separate adjustment on air flow like a regular automotive paint gun.
R. H. Woolworth

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Melkonian on March 6, 2004
Works extremely well, has all the features/adjustments of regular HVLP sprayers, works even with my little 2HP 6 Gal PorterCable pancake compressor that came with my air nailer. Granted the compressor does run more often than when your just nailing things, but I haven't had a problem as I build some furniture projects. I imagine painting a room or large objects would be better suited to turbine units that can supply a continuous airflow. But it beats spending hundreds more for a turbine unit that would just take up more space in my shop. If you have a compressor and want to try spraying finishes this is an economical way to start. A complete review can be found on the internet by searching.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SoulCatcher on December 26, 2004
I purchased one of these guns from another site that sells them at a good price.

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.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Sweeney on July 6, 2008
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I just finished spraying a door with latex which is tough to spray even in the best of circumstances. Once I worked out the settings, the gun sprays nicely and evenly. The gun leaked at the packing seal out of the box and dropped blobs of paint on my door before I noticed the leak. The manual if you want to call it that is horrible. No advice on adjustments depending on material being spray, just a parts diagram and some crummy directions on how to hold the gun level. I'm used to spraying Acrylics and lacquers with my old Binks 62 so I know how to use a gun, I just need some advice on spraying with the HLVP process which is a bit different than the "old" days. The quality of the gun is good and it appears to be well made. It's a shame that Wagner did not put a bit more into the customer service side and include a decent manual.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BB Machine on May 7, 2011
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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. That is how impressive the lack of over spray is on this gun. I used 15% Acetone in the paint and found the best way of measuring is to purchase some cheap semi-transparent measuring containers at your local hardware store.

Cleanup was a breeze as per the directions, just remember to spray the gun out in something like a trashcan.

Some pointers:
Even with the small amount of over spray, wear a mask. I didn't at first and after a good sneeze found black paint coming out of my nose. It may seem like common sense but it is something that is easily over looked.

The only problem I had with the gun is easily picked up in the instructions. There is a seal on the top of the paint canister that after some time of getting moisture will swell to get an airtight fit. When I was cleaning the gun with Acetone, the enlarged seal prevented me from properly locking the canister to the gun. Not noticing my mistake, I picked the gun up and the canister fell to the floor dumping the contents. Yes it was a mess to clean up, but a lesson well learned. The engineering could of been better on this aspect so beware.

Also when cleaning, take the needle valve out easier by pulling the trigger to send it out the back of the gun.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CA on October 19, 2010
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The Wagner 276124 HVLP conversion gun is by far the best one that I've encountered, and based on the feedback found on several woodworking forums, I'm not alone in my opinion.

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.
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13 of 19 people found the following review helpful By TechAware on September 8, 2005
I purchased the Wagner HVLP conversion gun after reading several positive reviews from this site as well as others. In fact, most appear correct. The gun does produce a decent spray pattern and can produce a good finish. Cleaning the gun is also rather easy. Why the low score? Like so many low-priced products coming from overseas targeting the price-obsessed consumer, it suffers from excessive cost cutting.

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.
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