Iwata Vault HP-TH2

Ref: IW-HP-TH2

  • Price: 349.99 (291.66 Excluding VAT)

In Stock


  • General
  • Air Requirements
Recently released from the Iwata Vault, the HP-TH2 Gravity Feed Dual Action Trigger Airbrush is your bridge between an airbrush and mini spray gun in both capability and performance. The TH2's unique 0.6mm H6 head system easily atomizes a wide variety of spray medium including candy blends and metallic paints and the built-in micro air control (MAC) valve enables dynamic, incremental control of airflow without needing to adjust your compressor. Round-pattern and fan-pattern air caps give you options for covering large areas quickly and when combined with the MAC valve, produce an unmatched range of spray patterns and effects.

The HP-TH2 includes a large 150 ml paint cup with lid, the largest of any Iwata airbrush, ideal for mixing large amounts of color with easy cleanup. The preset feature allows you to set the spray output, increasing control and consistency while reducing finger fatigue. Exclusive to the TH2, the slim-line ergonomic grip handle features a textured, non-slip grip that enhances control and reduces fatigue. With these features and the spray gun style trigger, the TH2 is built to spray all day. Once you pop on the fan cap and open the MAC valve all the way up, you'll be blown away by the coverage and spray range possible with the TH2.

Also included is an Iwata nozzle spanner that is used to remove the nozzle for cleaning and Iwata Lube, which lubricates the needle and main lever mechanism.

* Gravity fed, double action, internal mix airbrush
* 0.6mm nozzle
* Fan pattern & round pattern air caps
* 150ml removable paint cup with lid
* Pistol trigger for comfort & control
* Adjustable trigger tension
* MAC valve for air pressure control
* Solvent resistant needle seal
* Pre-set handle
* 3 to 63mm round or fan spray pattern
* 5 year standard warranty
* 10 year extended UK warranty

** Please see the "Air Requirements" tab for information on compressor suitability.
The HP-TH2 consumes more air than a standard airbrush when operating in fan pattern & many low / medium powered airbrush compressor will be unable to provide adequate airflow.

The following air consumption figures can be used to determine if you existing compressor will be suitable;

20psi - round pattern - 12 L/Min*
30psi - round pattern - 15 L/Min*

20psi - fan pattern - 20 L/Min*
30psi - fan pattern - 25 L/Min*

Your compressors airflow rating should be available from the compressor manual or from the manufacturer's website. Should the rating be provided in CFM, multiply the CFM rating by 28.3 to obtain the L/Min rating.

* These figures are approximate & provided for guidance only

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