Spray Station
5500

Professional, Light Contractor, Serious DIY Enthusiast, Woodworkers Favorite

 

 

The Spray Station 5500 is a professional unit designed for light contractor, serious woodworking and automotive enthusiasts. The Spray Station 5500 is ideal for use in the workshop around the home or the jobsite. The professional gun and powerful turbine make this unit a perfect tool to achieve that showroom finish on cabinets, furniture and even cars. Water-based and oil-based coatings can be applied with the HV5500.

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

 

Technical Specs

  • 650 Watt
  • Detachable carry handle
  • 42 CFM/ 22 PSI
  • 160 Din/Sec
  • Turbine motor
  • 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
  • Ideal for spraying walls, ceilings, doors, fences, shutters, cabinetry, spindles, iron work, sheds, decking, furniture, cars and more
  • 1Qt. 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 from 1" - 12" wide fan pattern
  • Fitted with variable output control
  • Press and twist aircap for faster spray pattern adjustment
  • Includes 2.0mm (0.08") stainless steel tip and needle
  • Optional needle sets
  • Fast "Push N Click" 3 spray pattern changing system
  • On board gun, hose and cord storage

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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Finishing Tips by Charles Neil

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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: HV5500 Product Manual

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