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The Fuji T-Series Spray Gun features an exclusive side-mounted pattern control knob to adjust the size of the fan. This knob allows you to switch from a small to large pattern, or anywhere in between. Unlike HVLP turbine spray guns with the front collar adjustment, the pattern control knob offers full incremental fan size throughout the whole range.The fan pattern is adjustable from 25mm to 380mm from a distance of 200mm. Smaller than 25mm is achieved by moving closer to the object to be sprayed. All T-Series Spray Guns are installed with a 1.3mm needle and nozzle set-up. You can obtain a professional finish with all known coatings. The gun body is CNC machined to aircraft tolerances. All Fuji spray guns are non-bleed. Air passes through the spray gun only when the trigger is pulled. The light weight of the T-Series and easy-pull trigger means less fatigue for the operator. The T-75 Gravity Gun is assembled with a 600cc Nylon Cup, which provides a perfect seal, with no gasket required.
|Cup Capacity||600cc gravity, 950cc suction|
2 August 2015
FIRST CLASS GUNThis is by far the best spray gun I've used. My old compressor set up with a devilbisss and a binks gun was good but this is something else. I have always said that to obtain the best finishes you have to use the standard compressor set up but this gun coupled with the FujiG4 Turbine has totally changed my mind. I'm so impressed, I've bought the gravity gun as well.
2 August 2015
great gunI use these guns hard ech day and they perform great if kept clean, if you have the need for a part that isn't stocked by axminster your dealing with Canada - or waiting a very long time for it - simple as that. Fuji have great customer service though I must say. The hoses for these guns (cheap taiwan affairs) do not last longer than 6 months in regular use as they fatigue with bending, i'm now using ribbed pond hose tubing for my hoses when they go which at £2 a meter is heaven!
27 November 2014
In the end very goodI normally use the suction gun but had a job were I could cover the cost of a new gun so I bought the gravity gun.