Package deal comprises the Fuji Q5 Platinum Turbine Unit with the G-Xpc gravity feed spray gun.
The Q5 Platinum Turbine with its powerful 5-stage motor produces approximately 9.5psi. The extra power allows for less thinning of viscous paints and achieves finer atomisation. The Q5 utilises the same patented noise reduction seen in Fuji’s other Q models. The result is the quietest 5-stage HVLP turbine on the market. A key feature is a Master Speed Control to offer you the ability to adjust the psi/cfm to the optimum needed to perfectly atomise your coating and reduce the overspray/bounceback to an absolute minimum.
Supplied with 7.6m Hose with Quick-Connect, 0.9m Heat Hose, Air Control Valve, User Manual, Viscosity Cup, Wrench and Cleaning Brush. In addition the Q5 includes the 5-for-5 Bonus pack comprising 1.8m Whip Hose, Wet Film Gauge, 19 pc Spray Gun Cleaning & Maintenance Kit with Lubricant, Extra Turbine Filter and an “Always Measure” Booklet.
Fuji G-Xpc Gravity Spray Gun
The Fuji G-Xpc Gravity Spray Gun features a spray fan control knob to adjust the size of the fan from 3mm up to 300mm and any size in-between. The pattern control knob allows you to adjust to the exact size of the object you are spraying. A 400cc pressurised gravity cup has the Fuji tilt feature, allowing you to spray in any direction including upwards. 100% stainless fluid components, stainless springs, metal knobs and collar, an ergonomic handle that is always cool to the touch. 1.4mm Aircap Set is installed - perfect size for most fine finishing with lacquers, polyurethanes, latex, water based coatings and others.
|Noise Level||60 dB(A) @ 6m|
|Overall L x W x H||378 x 292 x 230mm|
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8 November 2016
Fugi Q5 not so quiet !Firstly I have to say Axminster tools have been a pleasure to deal with until now. I searched all hvlp forums for new sprayers having used Graco machine for years . The fugi Q5 platinum sounded perfect for what I needed , bit more power from 5 stage turbine , easy and portable to use , gun which has fan controls for width of work to be sprayed . However the unit has now melted the fugitive hoses and I even tried a more robust hose from graco machine which also melted . Being two months old and £1100.00 I sent back to Axminster tools . Two weeks on I phoned to be told the machine is still melting hoses when tested by staff and now awaiting response from fugi. Losing a lot of work due to no machine at present as all hoses melted .i have been spraying airless, hvlp etc for 15 years and never had a problem . My advice would be go for the graco 5stage turbine or the Wagner 9960 .better built and easy to get parts etc from spraystore . The plus side is the Fugi suction fed gun ,lovely gun with useful fearures. Will await response from Fugi and get the brushes back out !!!