The turbine provides more power than the HV2500 and HV2550 for use in commercial applications that utilize heavier coatings more frequently. The HV3000 (three Stage, 6 PSI, 65 CFM, High Volume Low pressure) is appropriate for lacquers, stains, enamels, and other solvent based materials with flash points higher than 99 degrees Fahrenheit.
Paints and solvents that contain hydrogenated hydrocarbons should not be used with this system. It can also spray latex and water borne coatings, some thinning may be required.
|Warranty||5 Year Limited|
This is best to consider in regards to your project and where you'll be using the sprayer. Handheld sprayers are more mobile, but usually still require connection to a larger unit. Carted sprayers are on a stand with wheels and can be rolled. Stationary sprayers are on a stand without wheels, but can still be picked up.
|Paint Sprayer Mobility||Handheld|
Air and HVLP paint sprayers both require a connection to compressed air, such as an Air Compressor. These are best used for precise spraying and finishing. Airless sprayers are best used for quick and even spraying of larger areas.
|Paint Sprayer Type||Air Paint Sprayer, HVLP Paint Sprayer|
|Mfr Part #|
|Category||Paint Sprayers - 2196|