The most established method of air atomizing, used on spray guns for decades. It uses high velocity air jets to produce a very high atomization power.
This method of spray first became important in the early 1990's when environmental legislation started to be introduced. It uses larger air volumes (11 to 30 cfm or 300 to 840 l/min) at low pressure to atomize the coating. HVLP has a much higher transfer efficiency than conventional air atomizing due to the lower air pressures.
This technology ia a mixture of Conventional and HVLP atomization methods. Trans-Tech makes more energy available for the atomization process but give a higher transfer efficiency of coating material than the Conventional air atomizing method.
DeVilbiss cups are available in pressure, siphon and gravity feed and are made of stainless steel, aluminum or polyethylene. Sizes range from 4 oz. (gravity) to 2 quart capacity. The DeKups Disposable cup system feature high collapsibility, so all the paint is moved thrugh the gun and onto the job. Save time and money, incrase productivity, and waste less paint.