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Paint Spray Gun – Copper Nozzle

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A paint spray gun with a copper nozzle is a tool used in the application of paint or coatings onto various surfaces. The paint spray gun utilizes compressed air to atomize and propel paint particles through the copper nozzle, creating a fine spray. The copper construction of the nozzle provides durability and resistance to corrosion. The nozzle’s design and material contribute to the precision and efficiency of the spray pattern, allowing for controlled and even distribution of paint, resulting in a smooth and professional finish on surfaces such as walls, furniture, or automotive components.

  • Operating pressure: 2-3.5 bar
  • Cup capacity: 1000 ml
  • Standard Nozzle: 1.3 mm
  • G 1/4″ connection
  • Packed by color box

KSh 1,300.00 KSh 13,500.00



  1. Automotive Painting:
    • Painting or refinishing cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles.
    • Touching up or repainting specific automotive components.
  2. Furniture Finishing:
    • Applying paint or coatings to wooden furniture for a smooth and uniform finish.
    • Refinishing or restoring old furniture.
  3. Industrial Coating:
    • Applying protective coatings on machinery, equipment, and industrial structures.
    • Coating metal surfaces to prevent corrosion.
  4. Woodworking:
    • Staining or painting wooden surfaces in carpentry and woodworking projects.
    • Applying clear finishes or sealants to protect wood.
  5. House Painting:
    • Exterior and interior painting of residential buildings.
    • Touch-up work and detailing in painting projects.
  6. Aerospace Industry:
    • Painting aircraft components and structures.
    • Applying protective coatings to enhance durability and resistance.
  7. Marine Industry:
    • Painting boats, ships, and marine equipment.
    • Applying anti-corrosion coatings for marine environments.
  8. DIY Projects:
    • Various home improvement projects such as painting walls, ceilings, and doors.
    • Customizing or repainting personal items like bicycles or garden furniture.
  9. Artistic and Decorative Painting:
    • Creating art pieces and murals with a controlled and precise spray pattern.
    • Achieving unique textures and effects in artistic endeavors.
  10. Commercial and Industrial Facilities:
    • Coating structural elements of commercial buildings.

Painting pipelines, tanks, and other infrastructure.


  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety goggles or a face shield to protect your eyes from paint overspray.
    • Use a respirator or mask to prevent inhalation of paint fumes or particles.
    • Wear gloves to protect your hands from exposure to paint and cleaning chemicals.
  2. Ventilation:
    • Ensure adequate ventilation in the workspace to reduce the buildup of paint fumes. If working indoors, use exhaust fans or open windows and doors.
    • Consider using a paint booth or an enclosed space with an effective ventilation system.
  3. Protective Clothing:
    • Wear appropriate clothing to cover your skin and avoid direct contact with paint or solvents. Long sleeves and pants are recommended.
    • Consider using a disposable coverall for additional protection.
  4. Work Area Preparation:
    • Clear the work area of any flammable materials, and ensure a clutter-free environment to prevent accidents.
    • Use drop cloths or masking materials to protect surfaces and surrounding areas from overspray.
  5. Grounding:
    • Ensure that the spray gun and other equipment are properly grounded to prevent static electricity buildup, which could lead to sparking and potential fire hazards.
  6. Read and Follow Instructions:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for the specific paint spray gun model you are using.
    • Follow recommended operating pressures, cleaning procedures, and maintenance guidelines.
  7. Safe Handling of Paint and Solvents:
    • Store paints and solvents in well-ventilated areas, away from heat sources or open flames.
    • Avoid smoking or using open flames in the vicinity of paint and solvent storage.
  8. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that individuals using the paint spray gun have received proper training in its operation and safety precautions.
    • Gain experience with the equipment through practice before starting critical projects.
  9. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Have a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it.
    • Be familiar with the location of emergency exits and first aid supplies.
  10. Cleaning and Maintenance:
    • Clean the spray gun thoroughly after each use to prevent clogs and ensure proper functioning.

Follow proper procedures for disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly of the paint spray gun components.

Based on 3 reviews

4.7 overall

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  1. Samuel Kitito

    Excellent investment, worth every penny.

    Samuel Kitito

  2. Sebastian

    Quick and easy checkout process.


  3. Winnie

    Exceptional value for the price.