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From Gel Coat to 2 part Appoxies to Urethanes - want to add flames on your jetski? We know a well finished boat or watercraft is your pride and joy. Check out our spray guns for different marine applications. Using a high quality professional sprayer will allow you to finish quickly with less sanding and buffing and create a spectacular shinny finish on your boat or watercraft.

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See AwlGrips Application Guide for great tips

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Watch some videos at Interlux Video Library yachtpaint.com
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New! 3 Year Barnacle and Algae Protected Copper Paints
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CONFUSED TO HVLP OR NOT TO HVLP?

Professional refinishers tend not to use HVLP units. Higher powered conventional and reduced pressure or HTE guns are preferred. HVLP turbines provide portability and are acceptable for serious DIY and skilled pro painters. You must get a 4 stage unit and we prefer gravity feed to the best turbine finishes. Clear Urethanes use the same setups as automotive.

We DO NOT recommend Conventional guns? Why, because they waste 40% of your paint. Paint Manufacturers love pushing you toward conventional equipment because they make a lot of money on the paint. But this does you no good. If you want a conventional system, we have a convertible system that uses Top of the line AwlGrip recommended JGA setups, but provides additional HTE technology if you want to save 40% of your paint costs. The gun converts back and forth.

We DO recommend Reduced Pressure or HTE Guns. Most of the setup we recommend also convert to HVLP. This in incase the EPA and regulatory agencies give you a hard time. You can simply convert the gun for an inspection. By going Reduced Pressure or HTE, you get the same power of a conventional gun, with a great finish, plus you get HVLP transfer efficiencies and lower overspray. There by lowering your costs by 40%.

So don't go conventional! go Reduced Pressure or HTE!


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The guns we recommend are standards in the Marine Industry. Some of the paint gun companies we sell have been in the painting business for over 100 years. Every gun we sell is professional quality that can be used to get a job in the industry. We bring these top rated guns to you at wholesale prices selling them direct to the public. Take heart in our recommendations, have fun choosing a gun, and you will be satisfied.

Proper equipment is a must for marine building and maintenance. It is very important to use professional top of the line tools that experienced painters use to help you do a great job.
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4 TYPES OF GUNS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR YOUR FINISH COATS
You may use our Pressure Pot Wizard if you have recommended spray setting from the manufacturer
Generally Finish coats take 1.0-1.2 Pressure or 1.4-1.6 Gravity

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PRESSURE SETUP This is the standard setup for most marine applications. Large boats and watercrafts benefit from the larger paint pots and high quality finishes. We recommend these setup tremendously.

You have 3 choices of pot sizes or you can use the same gun with different pots for great versatility.

1 Liter / 2 Quart / 2-25 Gallon or larger 55 Gallon drums

GRAVITY FEED Do not feel you have to get a pressure system like the "big boys". If you are doing a small to medium boat or craft you may enjoy the convenience and ease of use of gravity feed guns. These guns are a great alternative to a pressure setup. The benefits of Gravity Feed are ease of use and ease of cleanup. The finish quality of these guns are excellent and just as good as #1 Pressure Setup. The only drawback is the cup is only 1 liter in size. Please note1 liter holds enough paint to cover a automobile so judge the size of your work accordingly.

SUCTION FEED not recommended due to the lower atomization power of these guns as compared to #1&#2. If you want the cup on the bottom however you have 2 options1) you can get a pressure gun (see#1) with a small cup on the bottom or if you are looking for a traditional suction "cup on the bottom gun" for a larger selection of guns Click here.

 

AAA Air Assisted Airless Large boat manufactures and painters now have an option to Pressure Setups. Air Assisted Airless will cut your painting time in 1/2 and give you a large 14" Fan pattern. An important breakthrough in large boat finishing. AAA also has less overspray which is good for marine painters without a spray booth or good ventilation system.

PRESSURE SETUP
1.0mm, 1.1, 1.2mm for standard crafts

1.2, 1.3, 1.4 for large crafts

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GRAVITY SETUP
1.3mm, 1.4mm for Smaller crafts
1.4mm, 1.6mm for Large crafts

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SUCTION FEED
1.6, 1.8mm for smaller crafts
1.8, 2.0 for larger crafts

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AAA
11, 13

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MY BOAT IS BIG HOW DO IT GET AROUND IT? To get around a large boat you have several choices:

Small Boat or Craft - Medium Boat or Craft (Recommended) You may use a 1 quart gravity or pressure spray gun, but you will have to refill the fluid pot.
Small - Medium - Large Boat or Craft (Recommended) Use a 2 quart remote pressure setup and keep it on your belt or with you as you move around the plane.
Small - Medium Plane - Large - Production (Recommended) Use a larger 2 1/2 Gallon - 10 Gallon setup or even 55 gallon drum with long hoses to move around the plane.

WHAT ABOUT SMALLER AREAS LIKE THE COCKPIT?
*In addition to your full size gun, to get into smaller places like the cockpit you may use a 1.0 minigun.


 



 
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