One thing to keep in mind is that there are two distinct HVLP systems.
1. Turbine powered HVLP. Uses a High Volume Low Pressure turbine to
provide air for the gun. These are available in 1-3 stage units. They
run off 110 volts.
2. Conversion HVLP. Uses compressed air (Low Volume High Pressure) and
converts it into HVLP. Does not require a turbine air supply but does
require a *very* large output air compressor to meet its needs
(typically 15+ HP).
Be wary of comparing apples to oranges...
On Sun, 03 Oct 1999 07:29:22 -0700 charlie kish <email@example.com>
>Has anyone on the list had any experience with the HVLP type of paint
>spraying system? I am wondering how it compares to the old style of
>spray gun. I have seen these advertised and they talk of very little
>overspray and large material savings. I am wondering how the finish
>looks and goes on, any help?