Spray Station
5000

Professional, Light Contractor, Serious DIY Enthusiast, Woodworkers Favorite

 

 

The Spray Station 5000 is a professional unit designed for light contractor, occasional maintenance, woodworker and serious DIY enthusiast. The Spray Station 5000 is ideal for use in the workshop, garden or home. Water-based and oil-based coatings can be applied with the HV5000.

This model has on-board storage for the spray gun, a long carry handle for easy portability, a spray-gun cleaning kit and a one-quart pro-gun with Non-stick PTFE coating container that makes it easy to clean, long-lasting and non-corrosive.

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  • ideal for spraying walls, ceilings, doors, fences, shutters, cabinetry, spindles, iron work, sheds, decking, furniture, cars and more
  • easy-to-clean Non-stick PTFE coating container with quick-release lever
  • 13-foot air hose
  • 5.5-foot power cord
  • sprays a wide variety of materials
  • sprays as fine as 1 inch/2.5cm
  • fitted with variable output control
  • press and twist aircap for faster spray pattern adjustment
  • optional needle sets

Technical Specs

  • one-quart capacity
  • turbine motor
  • neon on/off switch
  • kit includes: turbine unit, onboard storage pod, onboard hose and power cord storage, 1 quart Non-stick PTFE coating container with metal spray gun and stainless steel needle, viscosity cup, long carry handle and spray gun cleaning kit

Hints & Tips

  • Preparation is essential - remember to mask around the areas you are not spraying.
  • Take the time to ensure paint viscosity is correct. Thin paint as necessary using water or relevant thinners.
  • If you've never sprayed before, practice for a few minutes on a piece of cardboard to develop your technique.
  • Allow time for drying between coats.
  • Fine mists will generally dry faster than heavier coats. This will allow you to build up coats faster and there is less likelihood of runs.
  • Avoid spraying when windy.
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What Can I Spray?

  • Walls
  • Ceilings
  • Radiators
  • Spindles
  • Furniture
  • Fences
  • Decking
  • Garden furniture

What materials can I use?

  • Varnishes
  • Wood preservatives
  • Enamels
  • Oil based paints
  • Water based paints
  • Thinned latex
  • Deck stains
  • Stains
  • Solvent based paints

Product Manual

A copy of the instruction manual can be downloaded here: HV5000 Product Manual

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