Erbauer HVLP Electric Spray Gun £44.99 @ Screwfix C&C
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Erbauer HVLP Electric Spray Gun £44.99 @ Screwfix C&C

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Found 18th Mar
As above, (was £54.99)

I picked up one of these earlier this week and for the money it’s a pretty good bit of kit so thought I’d share in case it might help somebody else.

2 year warranty, great overall reviews.

Description:

Electric paint spray gun with soft-grip handle and adjustable nozzle for vertical, horizontal and circular spray patterns. Features telescopic trolley handle and wheels for excellent mobility. Built-in station for gun set and cavity for hose storage. Adjustable knob regulates paint flow. High volume low pressure gun increases the proportion of paint reaching the target surface with reduced overspray, materials consumption, and air pollution.

700W
Reservoir Capacity: 0.8Ltr
3 Spray Patterns

Brand Erbauer
Cable Length 2 m
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Model No ERB561SRG
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 700 W
Power Voltage Supply 220-240 V
Product Type HVLP Electric Spray Gun
Max. spray pressure: 0.3bar. Nozzle dia: 2.5mm. Cable length: 2m. Flow rate (paint) 600ml/min. Max. viscosity 50din/sec. 3m air hose.

PRODUCT CONTENTS
ERB561SRG, viscosity measuring cup, cleaning needle, 2m power cable and plug.
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NAZ173 h, 58 m ago

What can you actually paint with this ?


The neighbours washing, walls, windows and car.
Edited by: "callum84" 18th Mar
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Hi, Is this for any specific or limited range of paint type?
Any surfaces that spraying paint doesn’t work well on?
What can you actually paint with this ?
NAZ173 h, 58 m ago

What can you actually paint with this ?


The neighbours washing, walls, windows and car.
Edited by: "callum84" 18th Mar
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loofer50 m ago

Hi, Is this for any specific or limited range of paint type?Any surfaces …Hi, Is this for any specific or limited range of paint type?Any surfaces that spraying paint doesn’t work well on?


I’m not sure to be honest - I’ve bought one for spraying wood preservative ( Cuprinol Ducksback ) on the shed and fencing panels and it works well with that although it’s better thinned down on a ratio of 4:1, according to the reviews it can be used for spraying emulsion and some varnishes, I expect it’ll work with anything that’s not too viscous ( I doubt it’d work with solvent based paints due to the thickness )

Hope this helps, for me it’s primarily for water based wood preservatives but can’t vouch for anything more.
pennyfarthing8820 m ago

I’m not sure to be honest - I’ve bought one for spraying wood preservative …I’m not sure to be honest - I’ve bought one for spraying wood preservative ( Cuprinol Ducksback ) on the shed and fencing panels and it works well with that although it’s better thinned down on a ratio of 4:1, according to the reviews it can be used for spraying emulsion and some varnishes, I expect it’ll work with anything that’s not too viscous ( I doubt it’d work with solvent based paints due to the thickness ) Hope this helps, for me it’s primarily for water based wood preservatives but can’t vouch for anything more.


ah ok, was looking for something t use on internal walls
Warm the paint up will help it atomise.
I just use one of those pump up garden spray things for the shed/fences. A cheaper alternative if anyone needs one.
loofer1 h, 54 m ago

ah ok, was looking for something t use on internal walls


Me too, emulsion on walls and gloss on a few doors are I like a roller and brush mark free finish.

So are you going to bite the bullet and buy one. Think I saw a wagner spray gun at the homebase clearance store in
Bought one of these a year or two ago.
Was initially impressed with the way fence paint went on.
It wasn't until I hand painted another fence panel I realised the end result from this machine was underwhelming . Upon close inspection I noticed the coverage wasn't 100% even and a bit paler when compared to hand painting.
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callum843 h, 45 m ago

The neighbours washing, walls, windows and car.


The first rule of neighbour warfare is paint the CCTV cameras before anything else.
I have the tack life equivalent of this and used it to spray my house.

Great for painting fresh plaster. One coat of heavily thinned white paint and it was under coated. Took under 2 hours to spray a 30m2 room.

It’s not a perfect coat and you have to thin paint a LOT. However, if you’re plastering, I couldn’t live without it will likely use a rolled to do the final coat but it saved a LOT of time undercoating.

Personally, if I could go back, I’d get the HUGE model (think it’s 1500w) for £70 on Amazon.
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That was less then 20 minutes ( 2 coats ) I used a brush around the metal parts
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 18th Mar
pennyfarthing885 m ago

[Image] That was less then 20 minutes ( 2 coats ) I used a brush around …[Image] That was less then 20 minutes ( 2 coats ) I used a brush around the metal parts



You've missed a bit.
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mUbsta3 m ago

You've missed a bit.


I’ve missed more then a bit thanks to this snow
I've voted hot as it's a good deal....but!

I've had the Wagner one for years. It's the one that can feed straight out of the paint/stain tub. Started off spraying my fencing panels each year. Took each panel out of the concrete posts. Made a wooden trestle to stand them on. Covered the ground with a tarpaulin. Sprayed one side, turned round and did the other. After a few years a i noticed the panels turning green/paler earlier each year.

So two years a go, i hand painted the panels. It didn't take that much longer as i didn't have to remove/refit them and set the trestle up. I also didn't have to waste time setting up the extension cord and then clean the spray gun afterwards.

The problem is they just don't give the same coverage. Spray too much and it runs. To spray two coats takes up a lot off time waiting for the first coat to dry. Hand painting gives a deeper coat that lasts longer.

I'm sure in certain situations they might suit to get a better finish. But masking off and clean up's waste any time saved...
Edited by: "fulabeer" 19th Mar
Probably a good piece of kit at a reasonable price. BUT unless you're experienced avoid spraying paint at home Mr cockup can run riot with this type of kit.
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