Wagner Power Products 276124 Conversion Gun

  • Paint spray gun for converting high-pressure compressors into HVLP fine-spray system
  • 3 spray patterns; 89 percent product transfer efficiency; fluid and air controls;
  • Works with compressors with at least 1-1/2 horsepower; all metal construction
  • Includes conversion gun (0276124) regulator valve, bleeder and non-bleeder connections, needle/nozzle fine-finish projector set, 1-quart cup
  • Weighs less than 6.6 pounds

Wagner Power Products 276124 Conversion Gun – Product DescriptionThe Wagner HVLP conversion gun converts your standard high pressure air compressor into a soft spray HVLP spray system. U. S. A. Required CFM: 10 – 15, Operating PSI: 5 – 7, Air Inlet Size (in. NPT): 1/4, Paint Cup Size (oz. ): 32Amazon. com Product DescriptionConvert your compressor into a professional fine finish sprayer with this conversion gun from Wagner. The gun converts standard high-pressure air compressors with 1-1/2 horsepower and up into a SoftSpra. . . More >>

Wagner Power Products 276124 Conversion Gun

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5 Responses to “Wagner Power Products 276124 Conversion Gun”

  • I purchased the Wagner HVLP conversion gun after reading several positive reviews from this site as well as others. In fact, most appear correct. The gun does produce a decent spray pattern and can produce a good finish. Cleaning the gun is also rather easy. Why the low score? Like so many low-priced products coming from overseas targeting the price-obsessed consumer, it suffers from excessive cost cutting.
    An always telling clue is the survivability of the product. After a two foot drop onto the carpet, the gun leaked air. Ok. So, try to tighten the connection. Oops. The handle snapped off like I had been holding a twig. Why did it snap? The plastic handle revealed an extremely thin tube inside. Am I surprised it snapped with such a mild force? No. Am I surprised they decided to cut such corners? Yes. The rest of the product is reasonably well made (though heavy and a little large). Why cut use such a thin tube when the rest of the product appears to be one step up. What’s the cost? One dollar? If it couldn’t withstand a weekend woodworker, then I don’t think it could stand up to any usage. I decided to go with the Apollo 5110 and I’m happy with it’s build quality and results. It’s more expensive, but the gun will outlast me and can be converted for turbine use later.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  • Excellent gun for the $. I have sprayed all types of paint, poly to latex and am pleased. Durability problems might have been due to a defective product. I have had my gun drop and no problems?
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Great for those who can’t stand brushmarks. Perfect for spraying interior trim, furniture etc. , with very little overspray. Make sure you have a sufficient air compressor to keep up.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I’m with Melkonian. My entire wood-finishing class did a whole morning’s work using just this gun and a Porter-Cable pancake compressor. We laid down shellac for three hours and it never even hiccuped. Go Wagner!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Unit is vsry fragile, Purchased 2 and both were broken in exactly the same spot. Wagner needs to step up and fix this problem!!
    Amazon was outstanding as usual in the replacement although a bit slow with the refund.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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