The Fuji LX-20™ is a general purpose HVLP spray gun perfect for all types of professional spray finishing. It can handle with ease all types of coatings including high solid materials. This spray gun is designed for use in a production setting.
The LX-20™ spray gun has been designed to replace conventional high pressure spray guns. It is available in gravity feed or pressure feed models. Fuji HVLP compressor spray guns are well known for higher transfer rates.
Especially suited to wood finishing and any fine-finishing application. The gun is compact and lightweight – easy to handle. The ergonomic design allows the spray gun to feel comfortable in the user’s hand for extended periods of time. The LX-20™ is also easy to operate employing the same familiar controls as any conventional spray gun.
The fan pattern control offers precise adjustment reducing overspray and waste. Fan pattern size is adjusted with a simple, yet effective side mounted control. At a spray distance of 8” the fan pattern size ranges up to 13”.
Fuji LX-20™ HVLP technology complies with environmental regulations for HVLP. The added benefit provides considerable savings in material compared to conventional high pressure spraying equipment. LX-20™ technology also allows for little to no dilution for most coatings. This allows for spraying finishes as per the manufacturer’s recommendation. The LX-20™ compressor spray gun offers the same benefits of HVLP as our turbine guns.
Most spray guns on the market install a stainless steel needle and nozzles. However, the fluid passages are often made of existing alloy gun material, which can corrode. The Fuji Spray® LX-20™ Spray Gun features 100% stainless steel fluid passages in the gun, suitable for water-borne and solvent-based coatings. The spray gun body features a durable chrome finish. It was designed for full system application: solvent-based basecoats, low VOC colours or clear coat.
HVLP versus MPX Technology
To qualify as HVLP, air flowing through the air cap must not exceed 10 psi. Generally speaking, the much lower velocity produces a softer, easier to control spray. This allows you to lay the paint on gently and not blast it on. Fuji MPX technology utilizes slightly more pressure than HVLP spray guns, achieving much faster application speed and higher atomization levels. The transfer efficiency rate is in excess of 65% and the quality of finish is equivalent to the best high-pressure spray finishes.