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Why should I purchase the Fuji system from you? <Answer>

Can I use the Fuji turbine to operate other air tools? <Answer>

Can I get the Fuji HVLP spray systems in 220 volts rather than 110 volts?  <Answer>

Which Fuji HVLP system do I need?  <Answer>

I have been looking at the airless painting system and the Fuji Q3 PRO HVLP System.  Iím not sure which route to go.  Any suggestions?  <Answer>

What does the Fuji HVLP system come with?  <Answer>

What parts and accessories do you recommend that I should have?  <Answer>

How does the Fuji Q3 PRO turbine HVLP paint spray system compare to a conventional  paint spray system?   <Answer>

I lost my manual for my Fuji HVLP System.  How can I get a new one?  <Answer>

Q.      Why should I purchase the Fuji system from you?

A.     Any equipment last longer and works better when maintained and looked after.  We understand that people are busy and when the equipment is working well, we don't think about it and just take it for granted...... until something happens!

That is why we developed this unique service for our customers.  We will remind you when it is time to service your Fuji HVLP equipment.  We'll also explain what you need to do and how to do it in easy to understand instructions.  With this unique reminder service your Fuji HVLP spray system should run problem free for many years to come.

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Q.             Can I use the Fuji turbine to operate other air tools?

A.               The turbine that operates the spray equipment is high volume and low pressure.  Depending on the turbine it is between 5 and 7 psi.   Most air tools require closer to 50 psi.  Therefore other air tools will not work with the turbine. 

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Q.               Can I get the Fuji HVLP spray systems in 220 volts rather than 110 volts? 

A.                The standard Fuji PRO HVLP spray system operates on 110 volts.  The Fuji Q3 PRO and the Fuji Q4 PRO are also available with 220 volts. 

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Q.              Which Fuji HVLP system do I need?

A.                 It really depends what you are planning on spraying with the system.  The Fuji Q3 PRO or the Fuji Q4 PRO will handle most type of materials.  The Fuji Q4 PRO works better with heavier materials such as latex than the other models. 

The Fuji Q3 PRO and the Fuji Q4 PRO is about Ĺ the noise as the Fuji Mini Mite Models.  The Fuji Q3 PRO and the Fuji Mini Mite 3 has the same power.  

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Q.             I have been looking at the airless painting system and the Fuji Q3 PRO HVLP System.  Iím not sure which route to go.  Any suggestions?

A.                 The main different between the airless systems and the HVLP systems is that the HVLP systems are designed for fine finish where as the airless is not.  If you are planning on painting houses with latex, you would be much better off with an airless system.  If you are doing wood work, auto body, trimming, refinishing or any other fine finishing work, then the Fuji Q3 PRO or the Mini Mite 3  HVLP spray system is definitely for you.  

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Q.                What does the Fuji HVLP system come with?

A.                 All Fuji systems comes complete with the Turbine, 25 feet of Hi Flex Hose, air control valve, the Fuji HVLP Spray Gun, a manual and parts guide, a viscosity cup, and a tool for changing the Needle/Nozzle.

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Q.              What parts and accessories do you recommend that I should have?

A.                 First make sure that you have the proper Needle/Nozzle/Air Cap Set-up for the proper type of paint and application that you will be needing.  Get the compete set of the Needle/Nozzle/Air Cap.  I would strongly suggest to have a Gun Parts Kit which is parts that you will need from time to time.  There is nothing more frustrating than not having the parts when you are in the middle of painting job.

Personally I really like the Mini Cups Set.  It makes it really easy to get into tight spots and I also found that for touch up jobs, I donít need to mix as much paint.  Because it comes with 3 cups which makes it really nice to save for another time.

Many people like the 6 feet Whip Hose.  It makes it really flexible to really handle the spray gun easy especially when doing corners or in tight spots.  

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Q.               How does the Fuji Q3 PRO turbine HVLP paint spray system compare to a conventional  paint spray system?

A.                 The Fuji Q Series HVLP system uses between 5 and 7 psi (depending on the model) where the conventional spray system uses anywhere from 40 to 75 psi.  When the conventional spray gun blast the paint onto the surface and then bounce back creating much of the paint to bounce back creating lots of over spray.   When using the Fuji PRO spray system, the paint is gently put on the surface with between 5 and 7 psi creating little over spray.  People find that when they switch to the Fuji Q series HVLP system they used less coating saving them money on paint.  

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Q.             I lost my manual for my Fuji HVLP System.  How can I get a new one?

A.                 If you need one for the Fuji Pro System with the XT Turbine Spray Gun you can download a copy in PDF format by  <CLICKING HERE>  If you have the older model Spray Gun and Turbine you can download a copy of the manual in PDF format by <CLICKING HERE>.

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