FUJI Q4 Platinum Quiet HVLP Turbine Spray System Review

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After spending a lot of time researching HVLP sprayers and the different systems out there, I landed on the Fuji Q4 Platinum Turbine unit.

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Comments

Steve Thompson says:

We have owned 6 of these. Yeah very quiet for the 1st couple weeks then it WILL get loud as hell and VERY ear piercing. The older units never did this but these new units with the new heat vents do. The reason for the new vents is because the older q4 used to overheat all the time.

PBS #007 says:

is this for auto or for houses????

Cheng Liu says:

Is there a major difference between the Q4 Platinum and the older Q4 Gold?

big J says:

another great impartial Fuji review

Therealphantomzero says:

Think this would work well for gelcoat application?

Marla White says:

nice review

Kabir Singh says:

Wheee did dan and Eric go

Logan P says:

That would be awesome to have the worst part of projects is painting and staining them

Brandon Dierwechter says:

Volume is spelled wrong when it pops up on the screen

Armindo Cortez says:

Very informative review. Thank you, John.

Saleem Hodge says:

Thanks so much for such an through review! I will pick up one of these in the near future!

Rich Zellmer says:

I sprayed some cabinets with Benjamin Moore Advance and Inslx Stix primer with this and I really like it. I have a minimite 3 so a smaller model then what he has

Jesus Patino says:

Wait… now you’re in tool in action???

kmf9917 says:

Why HVLP over airless???

Neal Altman says:

Great review want one so bad

Jerry Lundin says:

Mine lasted 18 months before motor came apart hose falls apart when hot

Electric Mountainboards says:

So the heat from the q4 unit doesn’t dry the paint..? Like you said spray guns can do if used with a hot air compressor source.. seams identical

Russ Webster says:

Great review John, lots of good information. #TIACREW

The Dude says:

Great video. You covered everything I wanted to know.

regopit44 says:

Nice review John. Any reason you went with the bottom feed instead of the top feed?

ELTwenty7 Tuo says:

No more workshop addict?

Griffiths Hand-Made-Knives says:

Bottom: Suction Fed and Top: Gravity Fed. Suction fed is very old technology, it works, but gravity fed spray guns both conventional and HVLP are what today’s auto-refinish / collision paint technicians use to paint your cars.

Rich Zellmer says:

Anyone ever spray automotive with this? I dont mean a whole car but maybe touch up a panel

Urban Woodworking says:

Thanks for sharing. Apart from being very quiet, which is nice, this is a standard HVLP system. As with all spray systems, the devil is in the cleaning of the system and for the DIYer, it’s better to buy a spray can for the final coat.

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