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APOLLO 800 AND  A-5000 HVLP 3 STAGE TURBINE SUPER SPRAYER
  • APOLLO 800 AND  A-5000 HVLP 3 STAGE TURBINE SUPER SPRAYER
  • Apollo HVLP turbine spray guns are bleeder type spray guns. When the turbine is turned on, air will constantly flow through the air cap. This ensures the longevity of your equipment. Air also flows through the air feed tube (#25 on Apollo Diagram) to pressurize the cup to deliver fluid to the tip/nozzle (#6). When the paint flow screw (#18) is opened and the trigger (#24) pulled back, fluid flows through the tip/nozzle mixing with the airflow delivered from the air cap (#2) and projects a fine atomized mist to your work piece. All passages and airports are much larger than a conventional spray gun. If one of these air passages becomes blocked, or build up of material starts to occur, your spray pattern will become distorted. Always keep your spray gun clean.  Your Apollo spray gun comes fitted with a 1mm tip/nozzle and needle (inscribed with a #2). This will cover about 85% of all the materials/coatings that you will spray. Using this size tip/nozzle and needle you can achieve a ¼” line up to a 12” fan pattern simply by rotating the air cap (#2) to the desired fan type, opening the material flow screw (#18) counter clockwise and moving the spray gun closer or further away from your work piece. A little practice will enable you to master this technique.  Your spray gun offers you many options. Familiarize yourself with the controls on your new spray gun. The rotating air cap (#2), the material flow screw (#18) and the air cap locking ring (#1). You can adjust (click) the air cap (#2) to three positions. Fig. 1, below, shows the vertical pattern, which can be used spraying from side to side. Fig. 2 shows the horizontal pattern, which can be used for spraying up and down. Fig. 3 shows the round pattern, which can be used for touch-up jobs or narrow pieces. (Paint flow will increase when using the diagonal position and it is usually necessary to reduce the material flow by adjusting the flow screw (#18)).
  • GUN LABEL Apollo HVLP turbine spray guns are bleeder type spray guns. When the turbine is turned on, air will constantly flow through the air cap. This ensures the longevity of your equipment. Air also flows through the air feed tube (#25 on Apollo Diagram) to pressurize the cup to deliver fluid to the tip/nozzle (#6). When the paint flow screw (#18) is opened and the trigger (#24) pulled back, fluid flows through the tip/nozzle mixing with the airflow delivered from the air cap (#2) and projects a fine atomized mist to your work piece. All passages and airports are much larger than a conventional spray gun. If one of these air passages becomes blocked, or build up of material starts to occur, your spray pattern will become distorted. Always keep your spray gun clean.  Your Apollo spray gun comes fitted with a 1mm tip/nozzle and needle (inscribed with a #2). This will cover about 85% of all the materials/coatings that you will spray. Using this size tip/nozzle and needle you can achieve a ¼” line up to a 12” fan pattern simply by rotating the air cap (#2) to the desired fan type, opening the material flow screw (#18) counter clockwise and moving the spray gun closer or further away from your work piece. A little practice will enable you to master this technique.  Your spray gun offers you many options. Familiarize yourself with the controls on your new spray gun. The rotating air cap (#2), the material flow screw (#18) and the air cap locking ring (#1). You can adjust (click) the air cap (#2) to three positions. Fig. 1, below, shows the vertical pattern, which can be used spraying from side to side. Fig. 2 shows the horizontal pattern, which can be used for spraying up and down. Fig. 3 shows the round pattern, which can be used for touch-up jobs or narrow pieces. (Paint flow will increase when using the diagonal position and it is usually necessary to reduce the material flow by adjusting the flow screw (#18)).
  • SPRAY GUN Apollo HVLP turbine spray guns are bleeder type spray guns. When the turbine is turned on, air will constantly flow through the air cap. This ensures the longevity of your equipment. Air also flows through the air feed tube (#25 on Apollo Diagram) to pressurize the cup to deliver fluid to the tip/nozzle (#6). When the paint flow screw (#18) is opened and the trigger (#24) pulled back, fluid flows through the tip/nozzle mixing with the airflow delivered from the air cap (#2) and projects a fine atomized mist to your work piece. All passages and airports are much larger than a conventional spray gun. If one of these air passages becomes blocked, or build up of material starts to occur, your spray pattern will become distorted. Always keep your spray gun clean.  Your Apollo spray gun comes fitted with a 1mm tip/nozzle and needle (inscribed with a #2). This will cover about 85% of all the materials/coatings that you will spray. Using this size tip/nozzle and needle you can achieve a ¼” line up to a 12” fan pattern simply by rotating the air cap (#2) to the desired fan type, opening the material flow screw (#18) counter clockwise and moving the spray gun closer or further away from your work piece. A little practice will enable you to master this technique.  Your spray gun offers you many options. Familiarize yourself with the controls on your new spray gun. The rotating air cap (#2), the material flow screw (#18) and the air cap locking ring (#1). You can adjust (click) the air cap (#2) to three positions. Fig. 1, below, shows the vertical pattern, which can be used spraying from side to side. Fig. 2 shows the horizontal pattern, which can be used for spraying up and down. Fig. 3 shows the round pattern, which can be used for touch-up jobs or narrow pieces. (Paint flow will increase when using the diagonal position and it is usually necessary to reduce the material flow by adjusting the flow screw (#18)).

APOLLO 800 AND A-5000 HVLP 3 STAGE TURBINE SUPER SPRAYER

CODE: 181103

$400.00

APOLLO 800 AND  A-5000 HVLP 3 STAGE TURBINE SUPER SPRAYER 

Apollo HVLP turbine spray guns are bleeder type spray guns. When the turbine is turned on, air will constantly flow through the air cap. This ensures the longevity of your equipment. Air also flows through the air feed tube (#25 on Apollo Diagram) to pressurize the cup to deliver fluid to the tip/nozzle (#6). When the paint flow screw (#18) is opened and the trigger (#24) pulled back, fluid flows through the tip/nozzle mixing with the airflow delivered from the air cap (#2) and projects a fine atomized mist to your work piece. All passages and airports are much larger than a conventional spray gun. If one of these air passages becomes blocked, or build up of material starts to occur, your spray pattern will become distorted. Always keep your spray gun clean.

Your Apollo spray gun comes fitted with a 1mm tip/nozzle and needle (inscribed with a #2). This will cover about 85% of all the materials/coatings that you will spray. Using this size tip/nozzle and needle you can achieve a ¼” line up to a 12” fan pattern simply by rotating the air cap (#2) to the desired fan type, opening the material flow screw (#18) counter clockwise and moving the spray gun closer or further away from your work piece. A little practice will enable you to master this technique.

Your spray gun offers you many options. Familiarize yourself with the controls on your new spray gun. The rotating air cap (#2), the material flow screw (#18) and the air cap locking ring (#1). You can adjust (click) the air cap (#2) to three positions. Fig. 1, below, shows the vertical pattern, which can be used spraying from side to side. Fig. 2 shows the horizontal pattern, which can be used for spraying up and down. Fig. 3 shows the round pattern, which can be used for touch-up jobs or narrow pieces. (Paint flow will increase when using the diagonal position and it is usually necessary to reduce the material flow by adjusting the flow screw (#18)). 

APOLLO
800 A-5000
As Taken From Service
Southeast
110v, 60cy, 1ph
Used

Dimensions

(?)
LxWxH 24 X 24 X 24 Inches
100 Pounds

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Paul Rhoades
paul@machineking.com
(704) 745-7874
704-821-1402    PHONE

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