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  • GRP KR808 Professional Gravity Spray Gun & Pot 1.7mm GRP KR808 Professional Gravity Spray Gun & Pot 1.7mm

GRP KR808 Professional Gravity Spray Gun & Pot 1.7mm

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Why buy this product?

The KR808 perfectly combines speed of working with large spray pattern sizes and fine atomization for primers and fillers. Suitable for professional painters who want the best balance of fast working speed, superior atomization for low overspray levels. Nozzle set is 100% strictly hand- checked to ensure the finest atomization. Fluid Nozzle and Needle are made of stainless steel and the Air Cap is made of brass for ensuring a long lifetime. Solvent and water base use. 

Use our Spray Gun Selection Chart (see below) to find out if this gun is right for the job you are doing:

 Spray Gun Selection Guide

How to use? 

With any spray job please make sure you've done your 'Prep Work' and have stock of the utensils and materials you will need:

  • Masking Tape.
  • An air compressor.
  • Spray Gun.
  • Buffer.
  • Thinners.
  • Face masks.
  • Safety glasses.
  • Undercoat, topcoat acrylic or enamel paint, and clear-coat lacquer.
  • A dust extractor, while not essential, will help keep the area clean.
  • Wet and dry sandpaper.
  • An electric air powered sander.
  • As with the primer, mix the paint with thinners using the recommended ratios on the paint can instructions.
  • Apply the topcoat paint using a consistent spraying technique - Hold the spray gun approximately 6 inches from the panel and spray in a side-to-side sweeping motion. Apply the trigger only when you are moving the spray gun. If you hold it continuously as you spray, the paint will be thicker in the spots where you change direction, causing runs.
  • Each coat will take about 10 minutes to apply per panel and between 20 minutes to an hour between recoating for the paint to cure.
  • Apply three to four coats using the recommended drying time specified on the paint can instructions between coats.
  • Before applying the last coat, remove any powdery residue with 2000-grit wet-and-dry sandpaper and wipe down with a clean rag. 
  • Repeat the last two steps with the clear-coat lacquer.
  • Remove the masking while the clear coat is still wet, being careful not to get any tape or paper stuck on the wet paint.
  • Let the clear coat cure for the recommended time.
  • Inspect the finished job for runs or imperfections. If you find any, sand back affected area with 2000-grit wet-and-dry sandpaper and respray.
  • Buff paint in circular motions with a buffer, being careful not to burn the paint by holding the buffer in one spot too long.


What can it be used on?

Most popular in the automotive panel trade, and also good in confined areas, the gravity feed design is a more efficient system and gives less wastage and allows easier cleaning compared to the suction feed guns. Suitable for Enamel, Acrylic & Water borne paints.

Tech Sata / Specs: 

  • Less omission overspray.
  • Higher paint transfer.
  • High transfer efficiency.
  • Solvent and water base use.
  • Stainless steel components.
  • Type: Gravity
  • Nozzle size: 1.7mm
  • Fluid output: 220
  • Pattern width: 320
  • Air consumption: 240
  • Cup Capacity: 600cc
  • Air Inlet: 1/4" PS 
  • Fluid inlet: M16*1.5P
  • Working pressure: 10-28 PSI
  • Gun weight: 450g

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