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Paint guns have revolutionized the painting process by providing efficiency and precision in a variety of applications. Patvin Engineering puts the power of professional painting in your hands with our wide selection of paint guns, also known as spray guns. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a DIY enthusiast tackling a weekend project, we have the perfect painting tools to achieve a flawless finish.

What are Spray Guns?

Spray guns or paint guns are essentially the same tools. They use compressed air to atomize paint (break it down into tiny particles) and propel it onto a surface. This method offers several advantages over traditional brushes and rollers which includes:

  • Faster application: Save time and effort compared to manual painting.
  • Smoother finishes: Achieve a professional-looking, even coat of paint.
  • Easier access: Reach tight corners and intricate details with ease.

Choosing the Right Spray Gun:

At Patvin Engineering, we offer a variety of spray guns to suit your needs and experience level. Here’s a breakdown of the two main types:

  • Manual Spray Guns: These guns are Ideal for smaller projects or detailed work. They provide more control over the paint flow and are a good choice for beginners.
  • Automatic Spray Guns: These guns are perfect for large areas and high-production environments. They deliver consistent finishes and minimize fatigue during extended use.

For a detailed comparison, checkout our dedicated blog – Manual Vs Automatic Paint Guns

Get Spray Guns from Patvin Engineering

Upgrade your painting experience with a high-quality spray gun from Patvin Engineering. We offer painting spray guns from top brands like Graco, Devilbiss, Ransburg, and Binks to ensure you get reliable performance and exceptional value.

Contact us today to discuss your project and find the perfect spray gun to bring your vision to life!

Types of Spray Guns

Air Spray

Ease-of-use and flexibility make air spray a popular method. It provides the finest finish with the lowest transfer


Often used to apply protective coatings, airless directs fluid under high pressure through a controlled


Combining airless and air spray produces fine atomisation – perfect for wood furniture topcoats or fabricated metal parts.

Electrostatic Airspray

Electrostatically charged material is attracted to grounded parts, forming an even coating and high transfer

Electrostatic Air-Assisted

Available in 60 and 85 kV, its excellent pattern control eliminates defects for a fine finish. The 60 kV gun is the smallest and lightest air assist electrostatic gun on the market

Automatic paint guns represent a leap in technology that automates the paint process to improve efficiency and consistency. These guns are integrated with robotic arms or automated systems that control the spray pattern and movement.

Manual paint guns require operational skill and control, making them ideal for tasks that require precision and adaptability. These guns are versatile and come in several types.


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