HS Gallons

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HS Gallons

What is HS? 

Raail HS is a very thick removable coating that allows customers to apply one coat and have a peel-able base. One coat of HS is equal to 2-3 gallons of AirWrap on a vehicle.  

 

Can I use my turbine or compressor to spray HS?

Raail HS is thick, you need a very strong unit to apply correctly. We have tested it with a compressor/turbine and the webbing and texture becomes an issue. 

 

Is the HS system a good choice for me?

If you are applying 3+ cars a month, than yes it is. The amount of money and TIME saved is extreme. Just think, you’re able to apply “3 gallons” of peel-able product in 10 min with one single coat (zero texture when applied correctly). 

 

What all comes with the HS Sprayer?

Complete unit with gun, pump, hose, HS tip and 2 FREE gallons of HS (Black or Grey)  

 

Can I use another brands airless sprayer?

Not suggested. Every unit is taken apart and upgraded output motor for better atomization and distance. More durable internal construction. Also a full metal body spray gun and metal pump frame. Would hate to see someone buy one at a local hardware store, to only have it work a few times because of the lack of upgraded parts that are needed. The solvents will breakdown the standard seals if the upgrades are not complete. 

 

Can I spray Raail AirWrap from the HS Sprayer?

Yes you can. A different tip size is needed however yes. 

 

Can I just spray HS (One coat) on my car and leave it like that?

We strongly suggest 3+ (one gallon on average) coats of Raail AirWrap over the HS base. 

 

Can I apply more than one coat of HS?

One coat is only needed. If you apply more than one you may see uneven flash times. 

 

You’ll need

  • a turbine (stage 1 or above) or a 30+ gallon compressor.
  • Dish soap + water
  • Tape
  • Plastic (Tape N Drape)

Click here on how to prep & spray your car.


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