Binks SV 100 Spray Gun Review (Includes Video)
Binks SV 100 Spray Gun Pros
The Binks SV 100 is affordably priced at $215.00 with three tips (1.1 mm, 1.4 mm, and 1.8 mm) for the pressure feed version and $226.75 for the gravity feed version with 2 tips (a 1.4, and 2.0 mm tip).
The Binks SV 100 spray gun is offered in both conventional and HVLP spray technologies depending on the air cap used. The variety of air cap options along with multiple tips that are available makes it a versatile gun for spraying anything from light to heavy industrial coatings.
The spray pattern is quite wide which can be beneficial if you are looking to be able to complete work quickly and atomization worked out well.
Binks SV 100 Spray Gun Cons
The biggest downside to a Binks SV 100 spray gun is how needles and nozzles are offered for replacement. The needle and nozzles for a Binks SV 100 spray gun is offered as a package so you have to buy both, but they are not that expensive. For example to replace the 1.4 and 1.8 mm tip it is $40.00.
Another potential draw back is the variety of tips and air caps available. When compared to a higher priced spray gun there are not as many fluid nozzle size and air cap type choices. For example a Binks Trophy spray gun offers air caps for HVLP, LVMP, or Conventional compared to just HVLP and Conventional for the SV 100. The SV 100 has 3 pressure feed tips or 2 for gravity feed. Higher end models will have 9 or more nozzles and 3 air caps allowing for greater customization of how the spray gun sprays.
Ultimately the Binks SV 100 is a great spray gun for the price point. As it comes with a variety of tip choices as well as air caps it is a great option for affordable predictable spraying.