It is convenient because it can be adjusted by hand at hand. However, there are also air adjustment dials for guns, and their skills have not kept pace to use properly, so purchasing from more familiarity was also good.
It is convenient because you can adjust the pressure at hand. With the trigger of cancer triggered and fitted to 0.2M it was in the instructions. I can understand the pressure only at the compressor and the pressure is somewhat different at the tip of the hose. The difficulty is that the glass of the pressure gauge is cloudy. Somewhat difficult to see, it is not invisible. It is like this kind of product that the picture is like that. Is it chemical resistant? It seems like for something or like a vinyl coating. It seems that cheap materials melt with thinner, paint because the glass part is made of plastic. I believe that the glass of this product is overcast for that reason. Is it wrong?
Until now I was using another maker's stuff, but I introduced it when I am new to cancer. There is an angle of escape and I think that couplers do not get in the way and feel good during the work process.
It is attached to an air coat gun that uses airless and a compressor together at the construction site. Very light, with angle at the entrance and exit, easy handling of the hose. Because it is used in narrow places and various orientations, the size is perfect, I want you to make the air gauge thin even a little