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(Standard 505 aka 506)
Basecoat materials don’t like being over-atomised. Too much air pressure changes the way the metallic flakes lie down in the paint film and this can affect the final colour shade/match. DeVilbiss HVLP (high volume, low pressure) spray guns operate at 29 psi gun inlet pressure but only 10 psi air cap pressure and this gives optimum top quality finishes with boith waterborne or solventborne basecoats. HVLP produces a softer spray-out with a nice even distribution in a longer pattern to give good material lay-down and wetnesss. The soft pattern with tapered ends virtually eliminates banding and mottling, particularly on lighter-shade metallics.
Trans-Tech (Plus (Reduced Pressure)) technology
DeVilbiss introduced this alternative high efficiency, compliant atomisation process to Automotive Refinishing in the late nineties. Trans-Tech simply means “Transfer-efficient Technology”. This atomisation technology provides the familiar performance of the legendary JGA gun, yet fully complies with the Environmental Protection Act legislation in respect of being in excess of 65% paint transfer efficiency despite the same 29 psi gun inlet pressure. Trans-Tech perfectly combines speed of working with large spray pattern sizes and fine atomisation for the clear coats, single layer top coats and primers, fillers and surfacers.