Devilbiss spray guns review 2017
We analyzed reviews for the most popular Devilbiss spray guns available on the market(read about our accurate unbiased method).
We compared them side-by-side, and scored them according to a range of factors including ease of use, ease of cleaning, even spraying and durability.
Below you will find top ranked sprayers(click on the product name to read the full review).
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|Date Reviewed||Feb 15, 2015||Feb 15, 2015||Feb 15, 2015|
|Scores||DeVilbiss 802405||Devilbiss Finishline 4 FLG-670||DeVilbiss GTI620G|
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Devilbiss spray guns can be manual, touch-up and automatic. Touch-up guns feature a forefinger trigger to enhance operator control, and a long needle taper to make detail work easy. Instead, Automatic Guns are Designed for use with robots, reciprocators and stationary mounting.
Devilbiss provides quality spray guns at a fraction of the price of Sata or Iwata guns, this is why many people are surprised by results they obtain which are far above their expectations.
One of the interesting products you will find is for beginners, a tool kit from Starting Line called Auto Paint Gun and Priming System. This kit includes 20-oz. aluminum cups, plus 1.3mm, 1.5mm and 1.8mm tips. Also includes air regulator and a complete set of brushes and wrenches for easy disassembly and clean-up. All this at a price of 200 $ about. I think it’s a good compromise to begin and experiment!
Anyway if you’re not a beginner maybe you’ll have to try with Finishline which offers great models to law prices.
Positive feature is these guns is their speed joined to a good atomization capability. Another aspect to keep in mind while choosing is the availability of parts, which is lower in product like Iwata and Sata and higher in Devilbiss, and costs are lower.
Most common issue detected in the painters world related to Devilbiss guns is with GTI model cause spray pattern may not comes uniform. It could have an area that had less paint near the bottom middle and then the bottom had heavier paint even if the cap is clean with no obstructions and you don’t see any damage to the air horns.
Other problems could be in that you could find constant air “blowby” through the fluid tip that is ever sligh and the gun constantly has air leaking through the needle. A very small amount of air hisses through the needle and tip but stops if you pull the trigger ever so slightly.
But you can call assistence that seems to be very gentle and good to answer.
DeVilbiss warrants to the original Purchaser that all products supplied hereunder and bearing its name will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of sale. As Purchaser’s sole remedy for breach of this warranty, DeVilbiss will repair, labor included, or replace any part or product proven to be defective.
This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with DeVilbiss’ written recommendations. Products claimed to be defective must be returned, freight prepaid, to a designated DeVilbiss Authorized Warranty Repair Center. Repair part will be warranted for a period of ninety (90) days from date of shipment to original Purchaser. Repairs or replacements to original equipment shall not renew or extend the warranty of such equipment.
About the company
Devilbiss is one of the leading supplier of spray finishing equipment to the industrial and automotive refinish markets. The Company was Founded in 1888 and is actually credited with adapting the original atomizer to create a spray gun that meets the challenges of spray finishing. First Thomas DeVilbiss added perfumizers to the company’s product line. Following that, in 1907, the younger DeVilbiss, an inventor in his own right, experimented with the spray gun. DeVilbiss products are used with equal success in the wood, aerospace, plastics, metal, and automotive industries by operators ranging from the industrial professional to the hobbyist.