Can the vFan be used to Spray PVA?
Yes. Particularly works well with our standard .9mm fan cap – Our vFan is ideal for spraying PVA. 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 vFan with warm soapy water. If you […]
Is the .9mm fan tip adjustable or doesit only sprays the 3 inch pattern?Likewise, does the standard .9mm cap only do 1/16 lines or is it adjustable?
The vFan system is adjustable no matter which size you use as its dual action system; so you can adjust the size of the spray pattern by following 2 steps: 1) pulling the trigger back increases paint volume 2) the closer or further you bring the vFan to the surface your spraying will naturally adjust […]
What is the competing product to the vFan?
What industry experts are telling us is Iwata’s Kustom TH is a competing touch up Airbrush which also features a fan spray pattern. The main differences include: vFan comes with a .9mm (tip, needle and cap) and is adjustable to .66mm and .38 mm heads Where as the Iwata Kustom is standard with a .5mm – […]
Why should your firm become a distributor?
The Sprayer and vFan Portable Airbrush System fills a void in all of the Coatings Industries from 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.
What is the EDU and how does it work?
1. Attach the one end of the air hose to the pressure regulator valve which is secured onto the 150 feet of energy. 2. Feed the other end of the air hose through the bottom of the EDU lid and Screw into the bottom of the airbrush. 3. Control air flow pressure by turning the […]
Will the vFan Airbrush and hose work with my compressor?
Yes . The Preval vFan air hose is built with 1/4″ NPT female compressor fitting for our vFan regulator for both our 150 feet of ENERGY and our Ultralight compressors. Typically fitting sizes are 1/4″ – 1/2″ we just happen to work with the 1/4″ size. If your compressor has a fitting that is larger they can […]