Campbell Hausfeld DH380000AV Pressure-Feed Spray Gun

November 16, 2015 - Comment

Includes Pressure Feed Spray Gun – DH380000RB Product Features Pressure feed design sprays low to high viscosity materials Ball burnished finish allows for easy clean up

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Includes Pressure Feed Spray Gun – DH380000RB

Product Features

  • Pressure feed design sprays low to high viscosity materials
  • Ball burnished finish allows for easy clean up

Comments

Alan K says:

Terrific spray gun I am a professional finisher amongst other things, and I just finished using the Campbell-Hausfeld pressure feed spray gun and I’m glad to report that I’m very happy with it, and with the finish it produced. I was looking to replace my Speedy 75 spray gun, which combined a siphon feed spray gun with the ability to add pressure to the cup when using viscous materials like latex paint. It would seem that the gun is no longer made because I couldn’t buy it on either Amazon or at the Woodworkers Supply website. So it was with a little bit of trepidation, and the need to get this painting done, that I purchased the Campbell-Hausfeld pressure gun. The finish is beautiful, the gun was easy to use, and it was inexpensive as well.There are some limitations with this gun; you can’t adjust the spray fan width, and the cup is a screw on type that could present sticking problems in the future. But, all in all, I’d recommend this gun without hesitation. It applies a better finish than the…

C. H. says:

I’m surprised the package said NOT to use this with air tanks under 6 Gallons. It’s not your fault if you didn’t see the warning on the box because it’s not in the Amazon item description that this shouldn’t be used with compressors that have less than a 6 gallon air tank.I have a Kobalt 1.5-HP 3-Gallon 155-PSI Electric Air Compressor from Lowes. It’s perfect when using a . The compressor will remove bathroom tiles like pro with a .Why wouldn’t it work with a paint spray attachment? The truth is it does work, I painted about 180 feet of fence in one afternoon. In fact it worked a lot better than an old Wagner Power Painter that pooped out on me and dripped paint like a runny nose…

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