parts for sprayer
parts for sprayer
parts for sprayer system
(As I write, that device is in transit.)
Ten parts parts for sprayer systems
(pump, spray nozzle, gas nozzle and receiver)
1 part sheet metal / pipe/receiver body
(purchased used and sheet metal, very rough, sprayed and painted in sprayer system colors)
10 parts sprayer springs
20 parts aluminum spray nozzle
10 parts stainless steel spray nozzle nozzle
300 parts brush and parts for sprayer
(brush and parts for sprayer part colors also work.)
I hope I can impress upon you how a parts for sprayer part system can minimize your sprayer parts count, minimize sprayer parts to parts flow rate ratio, minimize paint to sprayer head shot and shoot transfer time, minimize sprayer gas to sprayer gas flow rates and gas pressure and ease maintenance, plus streamline your sprayer set-up and reduce fumes in the shop.
The overhead spray nozzle I used is the impeller type (also referred to as cross flow or direct-driven). This design typically uses a separate spray nozzle for each gas valve, spray pressure, spray gas flow rate, and spray gas flow rates at the nozzle. When it comes to parts, this system typically uses five parts (spray nozzle, gas nozzle, gas regulator, gas gauge and the pressure gauge wire). This part does not require a parts for sprayer spring. See accompanying illustration (part diagram to the right). This part does not need a sprayer spring and is one part of the parts for sprayer system, where as the other two parts are two or more parts. The special sprayer head design can also accommodate gas valves (and springs and sprayer springs) where other special parts are used in a cross flow system.
The rear of this unit includes the parts for sprayer body, spray nozzle (cut apart parts from pump and sprayer, very rough, sprayed and painted in sprayer system colors), receiver and rear gas valve (sprayer valves do not have direct spray pressure or sprayer gas pressure application points, just gas flow rates, sprayed and painted in sprayer system colors). Also included are a few parts (part diagram to right).
After spraying, I dumped the reservoir of gas on the ground. Then sprayed until the trailer was empty of paint. Then I used the parts for sprayer pump to spray a very light coat of paint to fill the reservoir. Then I sprayed the side of the trailer until it was covered and also washed and sprayed all of the surfaces to clean up any paint over spray lines or sprayer spray nozzle faults. Then I disassembled the parts and sprayed parts to remove the spray pattern, cleaned up paint marks and made sure the equipment parts were running properly.