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faq_id type question answer 1 Spray Guns a. What is LV Technology? LV Technology is a patented system within ANEST IWATA spray guns for pre-atomizing paint before leaving the nozzle while using less air pressure with lower air consumption than standard nozzles. 2 Spray Guns b. What is the air inlet size? The air inlet size for all ANEST IWATA spray guns is 1/4" 3 Spray Guns c. What is the size of fluid inlets for pressure guns? The fluid inlet size depends whether you have a full size or compact size gun. Full size spray guns are 3/8" and compact size guns are 1/4". 4 Spray Guns d. What is the inlet pressure for a LPH400LV? The air inlet pressure 16psi with the trigger pulled full. 5 Spray Guns f. Are the needle/nozzles interchangeable? Different combinations make-up different spray configurations. Our nozzles and needles are machine with interchangeable quality. You do not need to purchase matching set to complete rebuilds. Please visit the resources section of our website for particular nozzle, needle and air cap combinations located within the parts catalog. 6 Spray Guns e. How can I get a parts breakdown? Please visit the resources section of our website. 7 Spray Guns f. What does “Low impact” and “High Impact” mean on 8018 regulator? The 8018 air regulator is mark "Low Impact" and "High Impact" for use with air tools. 8 Spray Guns g. What is the difference between the W400 & the W200? All 400 full size series spray guns are center post gravity feed. The 200 full size series spray guns are available in different fluid delivery configurations. 9 Spray Guns h. Is there a way to identify the tip size of an ANEST IWATA spray gun. Our spray gun nozzles are marked for your convenience. Remove air cap and the size is printed on the side of the nozzle. 16 Spray Guns i. What is the difference between a "W" gun & an "LPH" gun? "LPH " is our acronym for our HVLP spray guns. "W" is our acronym for our series of air-spray guns. 15 Spray Gun Maintenance j. What cup can I use with what gun? Please visit the Products section of our website for further details. 10 Spray Gun Maintenance a. How do you convert a LPH 400 into a LPH 400LV or a W400 into a W400 LV? This conversion may be completed by replacing nozzle/needle set-ups. This conversion should be performed by qualified service persons referencing our parts catalog. Please visit the resources section of our website for particular nozzle/needle combinations located within the parts catalog. 11 Spray Gun Maintenance b. Does ANEST IWATA supply maintenance kits and service kits? ANEST IWATA supplies maintenance and service kits for our equipment. Please visit the accessories section of our website for details. 12 Spray Gun Maintenance c. Is it OK to immerse my spray gun in solvent for cleaning? You should never immerse your spray gun in solvent. 13 Spray Gun Maintenance d. Will gun washers affect the performance of my spray gun? No, however solvent should not be allowed to pass through the air passage and the needle packing may become dried and should be lubricated. 14 Spray Gun Maintenance e. Can you order needles and nozzles separately or do you have to order them in match sets?Our nozzles and needles are machine with interchangeable quality. You do not need to purchase matching set to complete rebuilds. However some pressure guns and specialty guns we recommend that both nozzle and needle be replaced. Please visit the resources section of our website for particular nozzle, needle and air cap combinations located within the parts catalog. 17 Spray Gun Maintenance f. What should I use to lubricate the moving parts? ANEST IWATA spray guns should be lubricated with non-silicone lube. 18 Spray Gun Maintenance g. Do I need to remove the fluid & air inlets for thorough cleaning? The Air and Fluid nipples do not need to be removed to thoroughly clean your spray gun. The Air and Fluid nipples should only be removed by qualified service persons. 19 Spray Gun Maintenance h. I put my gun back together and I cannot adjust the pattern, what’s wrong? Be sure the Pattern adjust set and the Air adjust set are installed correctly and have not been reversed during re-assembly. 20 Spray Gun Technique a. Will using a HVLP gun slow down my paint job? HVLP technology is designed to reduce overspray and maximize transfer efficiency. HVLP air cap pressure is lower than standard air cap pressure, as a result the paint flow is lower than that of non-HVLP air spray guns. Due to our tulip spray pattern ANEST IWATA's HVLP spray guns can acheive same spray pattern size at closer distance, therefore increaseing transfer efficiency. 21 Spray Gun Technique b. What gun is best for clear coats? Since materials vary as do personal techniques it is almost impossible to recommend one gun for a particular application. Be sure to check with your coating manufacturer for Nozzle size recommendations. 22 Spray Gun Technique c. What gun is best for base coats? Since materials vary as do personal techniques it is almost impossible to recommend one gun for a particular application. Be sure to check with your coating manufacturer for Nozzle size recommendations. 23 Spray Gun Technique d. Can I spray upside down? Spraying in an upward direction can be achieved by using a pressure gun or our gravity guns with side mounted gravity cup. 24 Safety a. Do you recommend paint storing procedures? We do not recommend any paint storing procedure. Storing paint should always be clarified by following your local and area guidelines or contacting the specific paint manufacturer. 25 Distributors a. How do I become a distributor Please e-mail distributor inquiries to email@example.com 26 Distributors b. Who do I contact to place my orders? ANEST IWATA sells our equipment through contracted distributors throughout North America. Please visit the distributor section of our website for further details. 27 Distributors c. What is your warranty policy? We guarantee our products to be defect free (excluding wear parts) for one year from the date of purchase. 27 Distributors e. Who is ASET? ASET is Automotive Spray Equipment Technologies, based in Salt Lake City, Utah. They are our National Distributor for the Automotive Refinishing marketplace.
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