Can the Preval Sprayer be used to Spray PVA?
Yes. The Preval Sprayer is ideal for spraying PVA over larger surfaces. The key is testing it first by thinning it with water and based on those results you’ll know of less or more water is needed. Afterwards, make sure you clean the Sprayer with warm soapy water. If you have small or very detailed […]
Why Are the Sprayer and vFan Vented?
The vented cap is designed to allow small amounts of air into the product jar. When the Sprayer and vFan pull paint up the dip tube, and the pressure inside the jar reaches a certain point, air flow through the product jar relieves some of the pressure.
Why can’t I spray latex?
The Sprayer can accommodate latex paints, but the dip tube must be primed in order to do so. Remove the strainer from the dip tube, hold a rag (or use your finger) over the red insert in the button, block the orifice and push the button down for a second (you will see bubbles in the […]
Can I spray water-based finishes?
Absolutely. (For thicker paints, remove the strainer at the bottom of the dip tube.) Follow these steps: Thin as necessary. Stir Attach Test spray at 45 degree angle If any clogs occur: Put a warm rag over the red orifice in button, and depress button to push back any clogs. For a more powerful spray: […]
How do I ship the Preval Sprayer?
The Preval Sprayer’s International UN Number is: 1950 Proper Shipping Name:AEROSOLS Hazmat Class:2.1 Packaging Group:No packing group (LTD QTY) Weight per selling unit: 0267 (5 lbs) 0268 (3 lbs) The Preval Sprayer is exempt from Department of Transportation hazmat/hazardous good regulations.
Why should my firm become a Preval distributor?
Preval’s iconic Sprayer and vFan Portable Airbrush System fill a void in all of the coatings industries, and satisfy multiple needs among industrial, contractor and consumer users. By simply connecting an aerosol can to our delivery system, any coating user can professionally deliver unadulterated, fine finishes, touch-ups and coatings for small surfaces. Preval supports its […]
How Do I Apply Gelcoat?
DO NOT work in direct sunlight. Remove rails, cleats, louvers, snaps, striping tape, etc. Remove seals from the edges of parts or fittings when doing a repair around that part or fitting. Clean repair area and all tools with acetone prior to application. Spray acetone to clean out Sprayer and/or vFan Airbrush. Duct tape off […]