IT PRACTICALLY PAYS FOR ITSELF AFTER JUST ONE JOB.
With transfer efficiency improvements of at least 15-40% over conventional spray guns and other leading HVLP spray technologies, the DUX spray gun simply saves you money. In fact, the coatings savings are so significant the gun often pays for itself in the first month of use. The spray gun uses DUX’s patented airflow technology to reduce fog and bounce-back from the target – the two leading causes of coating waste. When more material reaches the target, less is released into the air, resulting in a significant reduction in material and consumables costs, delivering a better product for your customer. What’s more, you’ll have greater control over what you can spray, opening the door to numerous cost-saving opportunities. For the first time, operators can spray nearly any type of fluid, onto nearly any surface with a single gun – while reducing coatings usage and improving finish quality.
EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE.
Most spray guns incorporate a front-heavy body design with fluid hose connections near the tip of the gun. Over the course of a long work day, the extra weight causes arm fatigue and uneven spray patterns that impact finish quality. Inspired by patented airflow technology, originally used in Formula Three race car engines the DUX gun, is designed with shorter air passages, an upright handle, and fluid and air connections located at the base of the gun.
What Customers Are Saying:
“From a standpoint of responsibility, the technicians wanted to do their part to be good to the environment. They know they have reduced the amount of VOCs released into the air, and have minimized any worker exposure. With the DUX gun they are using fewer booth filters and masking materials, eliminating much of the costly and negative impact caused by their disposal. It’s safe to say the DUX pressure feed gun has found a permanent home in the McChord Air Force Base paint shop and it will continue to keep the C-17s in the sky looking great.”
McChord AirForce Base
I have been finishing for 36 years and have used many guns. The reduced amount of air needed to spray with the Dux gun is extremely helpful with very little overspray, and virtually no fogging of the spray booth. I’ve seen about 30% savings in paint needed to complete projects, and film finish is very flat (no wavy appearance even in gloss paint). This is a noticeable difference compared to my HVLP I have been using. Again, I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. I would recommend this gun to any professional looking for a high end finish.
Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers