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HVLP vs LVLP Paint Sprayers Which One Works Best?

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The paint gun sprays paint or varnish through the air onto a surface. The most common systems use compressed gas so that the material comes out with the correct pressure. 

The best HVLP spray guns are the evolution of the traditional airbrush used to do detailed work. These guns, on the other hand, are used for large surfaces and can be used manually or automatically. They also have interchangeable nozzles for changing the spray pattern.

The origins of the paint gun date back to 1887 and come from the United States. Over the years, they changed the design until, in 1907, Dr. Allen DeVilbiss’s son improved on his father’s invention by creating the first manual paint gun using compressed air. The company founded by Dr. Allen DeVilbiss still exists today and is, in fact, the world leader in conventional spray guns. 

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Precision Code Works is a new and industry revolutionising ECU file tuning service

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Precision Code Works is a new and industry revolutionising ECU Programming file tuning service. If you are a professional ECU chip tuner / re-mapper then this service will change your life.

About the Service

The Precision Code Works tuning server is programmed to detect and match key map patterns and data structures within any ECU file, isolating key signatures and updating them based on preset profiles. Users can choose from a range of profiles including Economy, Sport, Performance and Stock. They also offer DPF and EGR solutions. Once a selection is made they remap the ECU Software tuning file in under 30 seconds.

Our competitors can take up to 4 hours to manually ‘custom’ remap a tuning file so as you can imaging this vastly reduces time and therefore cost. All of their remapping techniques have been tried and tested, producing exactly the same tuning file no matter what …