With the most adjustable nozzle in the industry, this undercoating gun was designed to spray undercoating and rustproofing to vehicles. Screw the nozzle inwards to restrict the product flow allowing only a fine mist to be sprayed. Adjusting the nozzle outwards will increase the product flow and create a more pronounced textured finish. It features a solvent resistant vinyl tank connector and aluminum tank.
- 1/4" NPT air connector
- Adjustable Nozzle
- Aluminum body
- Aluminum intake tube 7" long
- Approximate air consumption: 200-300L/min
- Working pressure: 3-4 bar/40-80 psi
- Prod ID: RA1T
- Prod ID: RA1T/R (included air regulator)
Air regulator is not installed. Quick, easy to install instructions included.
The gun can be equipped with an optional spray wand for areas that are difficult to reach, ie; around mufflers and exhaust pipes, inside cavities, beams and car doors.
Undercoating Wand, 24 inches long (RA1/UCW)
for use with undercoating liquids only
Rustproofing Wand, 32 inches long (RA1/RPW)
for use with rustproofing coatings only
This spray gun is not for use with motor oil or paints. Cleaning instructions are included. Does not need to be disassembled to be cleaned.
Additional spray wands available for purchase separately.
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I used this gun to spray LPS 3 rustproofing on three of my vehicles. It had no difficulty spraying the LPS 3 even at lower temperatures (40's - 50's) when the LPS 3 was more viscous. I used a 30 gallon 175 PSI dual stage compressor for an air supply throttled down to around 40 PSI. It had no difficulty keeping up. The gun sprays one pattern (a circular pattern) so the only knock I might give it is that you can't get a fan type pattern. Not a big deal though, it's just rustproofing. The wand works well but I'd have liked it a little longer. Again no big deal, I'll probably just buy some nylon hose and make up my own. You'll need a little more pressure to get good atomization when using the hose/wand. Overall a decent product for the money. Good for the DIY'er.