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Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Jimmiejoe » Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:24 pm

I have measured the viscosity of the fluid using Zahn #2 and Zahn #1 cups.
Most of the fluids are 14.5sec in #2, and 26.5sec in #1.
I have one fluid that is giving me 15.5sec in #2.
Given this what is the correct model # of airbrush you recommend?
Is it easy to get different needle and cap configurations later if I need the for a different fluid?
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Hub » Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:29 am

[quote="Jimmiejoe"]I have measured the viscosity of the fluid using Zahn #2 and Zahn #1 cups.
Most of the fluids are 14.5sec in #2, and 26.5sec in #1.
I have one fluid that is giving me 15.5sec in #2.
Given this what is the correct model # of airbrush you recommend?
Is it easy to get different needle and cap configurations later if I need the for a different fluid?[/quot
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Hub » Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:50 pm

Jimmiejoe wrote:Thank you for the information.

I am finding the NEO TRN1 with 0.35 fluid needle. Can you provide a part number for the 1.35 fluid needle version?


Sorry :mrgreen: Jimmy that was a TYPO sorry - All the more reason to invest in the LPH80 todo all your priming.
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Jimmiejoe » Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:44 pm

Just want to confirm you still recommend the NEO TRN1 airbrush with 0.35 fluid needle. NO sorry I miss spoke

Will I got the same result with the NEO TRN2 if I change the fluid needle from 0.5 to 0.35?
The side feed may give me more flexibility than the gravity feed as I need to spray both vertically and horizontally.
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Hub » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:20 pm

Jimmiejoe wrote:Just want to confirm you still recommend the NEO TRN1 airbrush with 0.35 fluid needle. NO sorry I miss spoke

Will I got the same result with the NEO TRN2 if I change the fluid needle from 0.5 to 0.35?
The side feed may give me more flexibility than the gravity feed as I need to spray both vertically and horizontally.


Jimmy, what is the brand and viscosity of the primer you are using ? and what is the largest area you would be priming ?
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Jimmiejoe » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:14 am

Hello Hub,

I do not have primer step typically.
I am spraying a pigment system with three different vehicles, and a stain system.

The stain system can have a primary, but it is mixed into the system as opposed to a separate step.
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Hub » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:54 pm

What is the brand name of the material you use for the majority of your work.
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Jimmiejoe » Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:36 pm

It is a proprietary material, not a brand name.

For the primer MSDS says 2-Propoxyethanol.
For the vehicle MSDS says 2-Propoxyethanol, solvent naphtha, glycol ether
For another vehicle MSDS says acrylic polymer in water
For another vehicle MSDS says urethane polymer in water
For top coat MSDS says Polyurethane in water
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Hub » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:56 am

Jimmiejoe wrote:It is a proprietary material, not a brand name.

For the primer MSDS says 2-Propoxyethanol.
For the vehicle MSDS says 2-Propoxyethanol, solvent naphtha, glycol ether
For another vehicle MSDS says acrylic polymer in water
For another vehicle MSDS says urethane polymer in water
For top coat MSDS says Polyurethane in water


Okay thank you
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby Jimmiejoe » Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:57 pm

Hello Hub,

I am not clear if you are still recommending either airbrush, or neither airbrush.

Need to be able to spray something as small as a cigarette burn hole.
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Re: Airbrush for 14.5 sec and 15.5 sec fluid

Postby admin » Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:44 am

Jimmiejoe wrote:Hello Hub,

I am not clear if you are still recommending either airbrush, or neither airbrush.

Need to be able to spray something as small as a cigarette burn hole.


Hub is out for medical reasons. We will have a recommendation by Tuesday next. sorry for the delay
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