Grizzly   |  Model: H7667
Professional LVLP Spray Gun 1.5mm
Price: $59.95
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Grizzly H7667 - Professional LVLP Spray Gun 1.5mm

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This Professional LVLP Spray Gun features LVLP technology, which has greater transfer efficiency than suction feed spray guns and reduced overspray, saving on material costs. LVLP spray guns also require a smaller compressor because their demand for air is less than HVLP systems. Low volume, low pressure spray gun with 600 ml gravity feed cup saves material costs and has an adjustable spray pattern and two stage trigger. Gun disassembles for easy cleaning. Includes extra internal filter, clean up brush and service wrench. 1.5 mm fluid tip.


  • Capacity: 600 ml
  • Tip size: 1.5mm
  • Consumption: 3-3.9 CFM
  • Operating pressure: 28.8-51 PSI
  • Application: Autobody and woodworking projects where overspray needs to be cut down
  • Material: Medium to high solids (lacquers, stains, primers, multi-component paints, clear coats, acrylics, epoxies)
  • Compatible with water-based materials
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This spray gun did an excellent job with minimum overspray as compared to HVLP guns. Did a small project in the garage so it worked great in that environment ( with doors open of course. )

Good product for the price. 8/23/2017

This is a good product for the price works like it should pretty cheeply made the little E clips on the trigger pin are tiny hard to remove for cleaning. Very light weight gun.


Yes I'm happy with it works great for me I'm not a painter but it worked great with no runs

TWO THUMBS UP!! 1/30/2017

I could never find a gun to spray polyurethane that did not either dump a gallon of poly a minute or clog instantly, so I kept going back to the old brush. I am familiar with spraying (automotive paint) but could never get the right combo for poly. The LVLP is it! Pay attention to the set up, the manual has a nice trouble shooting page. Use a test piece to read what the gun is doing, this took about 20 mins. I got the gun right and the compressor at 40 psi, and put down the best poly job on a grandmother clock that I have ever done. Another fine tool from the folks at Grizzly

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