Conventional Spray Guns
Spray guns that are powered by compressed air from an air compressor are known as traditional spray guns. They're made to help you finish jobs faster than you could using paint brushes. These spray guns give a worker more control over the output of paint, lacquer, stains, and other liquids, as well as the air atomization, allowing for better control and a finer finish on projects than airless spray guns. The fineness of the spray will be determined by the fluid delivery method. Variables like spray pattern size and paint viscosity can be used to tailor conventional spray guns to specific purposes. Fluid hoses and various sizes of atomizing nozzles are included in spray gun sets.