Spray Painting Machines

Hawk airless spray painting machines are a versatile, durable and cost effective way of applying just about any material in just about situation. They are perfect for coating large areas quickly and quietly while giving excellent coverage, saving both time and money.

Petrol and 230volt electric spray painting machines are available and both are supplied ready-to-run on a corrosion resistant stainless steel chassis.

These spray painting machines includes 10m of high pressure hose, airless gun, tip and suction system. The 230volt electric unit comes with 6m electric cable and a 230 volt plug.

Features of Spray Painting Machines

Standard

  • Durable stainless steel, wheeled chassis
  • Suction system with bypass for emulsions
  • Easy to use pressure regulator
  • Suitable for water or thinners based paints
  • High pressure spray gun with all wetted parts in stainless steel
  • 10m high pressure paint hose
  • Adjustable, self-cleaning tip

Optional Extras

  • Two gun system
  • Hopper
  • Extra high pressure paint hose
  • Suction system for enamels

Specifications of Spray Painting Machines

Electric

Petrol

Max

Max

Max

Model

Motors

Volts

Model

Engine

Volume

Pressure

Tip Size

4200E

0.75kW

230v

4200P

3.5hp

4 L/min

200bar

0.021″

6500E

0.75kW

1.5kW

6500P

7hp

4.5 L/min

140bar

0.041″

11000E

2.2kW

1.5kW

8 L/min

105bar

0.052″

4200E Electric painting machine

4200E

6500E Electric Painting Machine

6500E

6500P Petrol Paint Spraying Machine

6500P

11000E Electric Painting Machine

11000E

Nozzle & Tip Selection for Spray Painting Machines

Correct adjustment of pressure and proper tip selection are crucial to the best spray pattern. In any situation the lowest pressure that gives an adequate spray pattern is the best pressure to use. It will give maximum pump and tip life and produce minimum overspray. Typically thicker materials require larger tips and higher pressures than thinner paints do. Some very thick paints may require slight thinning (5 – 10%) depending upon pump and tip size and application. Generally, thinning is performed when a good spray pattern cannot be obtained with an appropriate tip size at maximum pressure.

The pictures below illustrate some of the main “do” and “do not” methods of spraying techniques.

Nozzle and tip selection guide

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Custom Design

Hawk have an enviable reputation for being able to custom design solutions for local problems. All equipment is manufactured at the Durban factory where quality and practicality are always considered. The resulting solutions are designed to be robust enough for the tough African market.

Our Guarantee

Precision engineering and the use of high quality materials have enabled Hawk in South Africa to give a comprehensive guarantee to cover their products. A full one year’s warranty covers the workmanship and materials against defects (excluding wear and tear items) on all manufactured units.