** est. 1975 **
Wagner FineCoat HVLP (Reconditioned) --- DISC.
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Owner's Manuals & Parts Links:
Wagner Finecoat Owner's Manual & Breakdown (English Only) (488kb)
Wagner Finecoat Owner's Manual & Breakdown (Multi-Language) (1.86MB)
Parts for the FineCoat
Factory Reconditioned with 90 day warranty. (New Guns with all units that we have checked.)
The FineCoat ™ is a true high volume, low pressure (HVLP) sprayer designed to give do-it-yourselfers excellent control and professional results.
Materials to use: Medium viscosity lacquers, latex, enamels, oils, and stains Includes:
- High Density Plastic Gun
- Metal #3 projector set
- 15 foot air hose
- Turbine with built in holder for Gun
- Viscosity tester Cup
------Editors Short Review and comments:
Tried this unit out for myself. I was actually impressed for the price. ( Meaning this is not as good as a SprayTech CS8100 HVLP, but nor is it $800.00 ) Sprayed an Acrylic water base Gloss, thinned about 20% to 25%. It put on a nice finish, with very little over spray. Would work great for fine finishing spray projects. (Sprayed a couple of one gallon paint cans for the test.)
I remember selling one to a local furniture finishing shop, the owner came back the next week and bought two more. Said they loved it. Used them for spraying water-based stains and water-based finishes on chairs, nightstands, rockers, and such. We also sell quite a few of these locally to home owners for spraying wood projects. In fact every person we sell these to seems to like them. The most comments we get is on how adjustable the spray pattern is on this gun. (Three different spray patterns)
We also had a lady call in who ran a craft business. She had been using a Finecoat (bought from somewere else) for about four years. Her main use was spraying latex paints on her small crafts. Anyway, bought another one from us for a backup. She said she used Floetral with her latex paint when she sprayed. (20-25% Floetral)
One thing to keep in mind is that it needs thinner materials to work well with. (this is a fine finish sprayer, not a high production house sprayer) Wagner does include a viscosity cup tester which makes it easy to get your material thinned properly. (a viscosity cup thinning chart is included in the manual) After you get the hang of it you do not need to mess with the viscosity cup.