Fuji is the pioneer in high velocity-low pressure spray guns. They have the highest quality HVLP on the market for professionals and home users alike. They offer a wide array of spray guns that will suit any and everyone's needs. When you invest in a Fuji, it's just that: an investment. Their products are top of the line and a hefty price tag is included. Don't let that scare you off: when you purchase a Fuji you will get a top-notch tool that will stand the test of time and return your investment in longevity and quality time and time again.
Fuji is the leading brand and at the forefront of innovative HVLP spray gun technology. Fuji has been manufacturing HVLP spray guns since 1986 and they have set the bar high when it comes to new technology and quality workmanship. Customer service is top-notch and Fuji prides themselves on the level of care they provide. All their guns are adjustable, customizable and very quiet while operating. Gaining popularity and loved by anyone needing a fine, professional finish, HVLP is far superior to a standard spray gun. Since the pressure coming out of the HVLP gun is low, the finish is atomized and the resulting spray is fine and even, with very little bounce back. There is much less overspray, waste and you can achieve a perfect finish when using a Fuji HVLP spray gun.
Fuji spray guns are suitable for spraying pretty much any finish you will need to use. Since all their guns are very versatile, with a quick change of the air cap, you can expertly spray thick lacquers to very watery, fine finishes. Fuji spray guns are very lightweight and portable making it easy to finish any job, whether you're a weekend warrior, have your own automotive paint shop, and everything in between. Fuji paint sprayers can even be used in confectionery applications and spray-tanning. All of their guns are very easy to use, if you can use a paint roller, you will have no issues with a Fuji spray gun. Cleaning up is a snap as well: all of their guns break down very easily and all you need to do is run soapy water or solvent (depending on the finish used) through the gun, soak the needle, nozzle and air cap and it is done.
This T-75G gravity fed spray gun comes equipped with a hefty, center mounted nylon 600cc capacity cup, so it'll never feel off-balance in your hand. A nylon cup means a perfect seal without the need for a gasket. The air cap included is a standard 1.3mm which will let you spray most finishes and more sizes are available to fit your needs. There are additional sized nylon cups and air caps available to work with any size or type of project. The pattern knob is located on the side for easy access and is fully adjustable for greater control, from a very small tight spray to a wide circle for larger products. The rear nipple tube is rotating for greater maneuverability, this is ideal for people who are left handed.
The Fuji T70 is a bottom feed spray gun with a sizable stainless steel quart cup included. Also included is the standard 1.3mm air cap which is good for most finer finishes. A larger air cap is needed for latex paint or large jobs like painting walls that require a thicker coat of paint. Fuji offers different sized air caps for this sprayer to suit every need. The pattern knob is side-mounted for ease of use and greater control over your spray pattern. The rear nipple nozzle is rotating for greater maneuverability and is great for left-handed users. The T-70 is the spray gun that is included with the all-in-one systems Fuji offers.
The Fuji 9600 model is a gravity fed, 400cc capacity side-mounted cup sprayer with one huge difference from other gravity fed models: the cup is pressurized so the gun can be swiveled and tilted in any direction without losing pressure. The air cap included is 1.4mm so this gun is best for thin, fine finishes.
The Fuji Semi-Pro 2 System is the entire package. Included is the M-Model spray gun with a pressurized 400cc gravity fed, side-mounted cup fitted with a 1.3mm air cap. Hard to reach or verticle jobs are easily tackled with the maneuverability of the pressurized cup. It can be altered to a bottom-fed cup style with an expansion kit sold separately. The M-model parts are not compatible with any of the other Fuji spray guns, but they do offer six different air cap options which is more than any of the other models Fuji manufactures. There is a fan control knob at the rear for greater pattern versatility and it is non-bleed for reduced noise and disruptive operation. You also get the sturdy metal encased 1400 watt 2-stage turbine with a 25ft whip hose attached.
The Fuji Q5 Platinum is the most powerful and quiet whole system they offer. Included is the T-75G spray gun which has a 600cc gravity fed cup and the standard 1.3mm air cap. It is a non-bleed gun and has the side mounted fan control knob for greater versatility and ease of use. Lightweight and comfortable to use, the T-75G can handle pretty much anything. The included professional turbine is a 5-stage adjustable speed motor with a full 9.5psi at the highest, but starts at 6.5psi and goes anywhere in between. Which means it's perfect for any project you're working on now and into the future. Fuji has patented a heat dissipation chamber on the Platinum turbines. In order to improve the lifespan and make the turbine as quiet and cool running as possible, they have a dedicated chamber at the back with numerous perforations to let the hot air escape. Fuji has built this system to last.
Standard spray guns that attach to a compressor have too much pressure which makes the paint splatter all over instead of a fine, professional finish the high velocity/ low-pressure guns produce. Fuji sprayers also reduce the time it takes to finish a project and since there's less overspray there's less waste of materials.
Not necessarily, Fuji does manufacture guns that can be used with a shop compressor, but the majority of their spray guns are only compatible with a turbine. Compressors have too much pressure and a kit is needed to reduce the amount of air propelling through the paint gun. With compressors also come noise and the turbines that Fuji manufactures are compact, efficient and quiet.
No. Epoxies, tar, glues and other very thick materials will not work well with Fuji paint sprayers since the spray gun is atomizing the coating and can not break it apart into a super-fine mist when it's too thick. A viscous substance will not spray evenly and leave an unappealing finish or even clog. Even latex paints should be thinned a bit so the resulting finish is flawless. Polyurethanes, enamels and the like will work wonderfully.
Using a Fuji paint sprayer cuts your work time significantly from traditional application methods and also reduces paint consumption drastically, saving not only time but money. The finish achieved from a Fuji spray gun is far superior in every way from a paintbrush or roller. There no brush marks or uneven spots to contend with, just a smooth professional finish. Since it's so easy to use and clean a Fuji paint sprayer, it won't be a hassle to use it even for the smallest jobs.
It is very possible to finish a large-scale job like the exterior of a home with a Fuji paint sprayer. However, the capacity of the paint cups is designed more for medium jobs such as; cabinets, furniture, finish projects and interior walls You can do a larger scale job, you would just need to refill the cup more often. The optional larger cup sizes would make painting or staining a deck or fence a breeze.
Fuji has made maintenance on their spray guns very simple. All you need is a bucket of soapy water or solvent and some paper towels. The first step is to run soapy water or solvent if necessary (depending on the type of finish you used in the gun) through the assembled spray gun. Then, break down the needle, fluid nozzle and air cap to soak in the cleaning solution of choice. You should scrub any pieces if necessary and wipe everything down with paper towels to make sure it is clean and ready to go for your next project.