Package deal comprises the Fuji Q4 Platinum Turbine Unit and either the T70 suction or T75 gravity feed Spray Gun.
Fuji Q4 Platinum Turbine Unit
The Fuji Q4 Platinum system is an upgraded version of the Gold Pro. It consists of a powerful four stage turbine power unit fitted with Fuji's unique quiet technology like the Gold, but now also incorporates the Fuji Heat Dissipation Box (HDB) found on the top of the range platinum models. The HDB expels excess heat from the turbine resulting in much cooler operating temperatures and longer motor life. Because the air delivery pressure is low, an excellent finish can be achieved without the mess and wastage which usually results from excessive overspray. Most finishes can be sprayed, including inks, stains, lacquers, varnishes, enamels, acrylics and so on, although some will have to be thinned before use. Included with the unit is Fuji's very comprehensive guide which covers all aspects of HVLP spraying in great detail and 7.6m(25') of 3/4" bore hose. You will need to choose from either version of the new non-bleed Xpc spray guns, which have the advantage that the airflow through the gun ceases when the trigger is released. These models also have a Spray Pattern control knob, which gives accurate control of the paint flow. Supplied with a 1.4mm aircap as standard, which should cover the majority of applications. Alternative sized aircaps are available for special applications.
Fuji Spray Guns
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 1" to 15" from a distance of 8". Smaller than 1" 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.
|Hose Length||7.6 m|
|Nett Weight||14.1 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||378 mm x 292 mm x 230 mm|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||58 dB(A) [1.5 dB]|
|Motor Power||1,500 W|
2 August 2015
WOW!!!I've always used a standard gun and compressor set up for spraying but fed up with the overspray covering everything all the time. I knew that the HVLP Systems gave less overspray but at the cost of your final finish. That was until I bought the Fuji G4 set up. The 4 stage turbine forces the paint through the gun with such force that the paint needs very little thinning. The old HVLP Systems were so weak that the paint had to be like water to get anything like a good finish, but not so with the Fuji, read my gun review as well.