hvlp/compressor set up
So I'm redoing my kitchen and am spraying my doors and such with primer and tinted lacquer with an hvlp gun. I have an 8 gallon compressor and it was kicking in too much for me and messing with my spray pattern.
Sooooo....I found a 36 gallon tank, got all the appropriate fittings and connected it to the 8 gallon where the bleeder valve was so that both tanks run into the regulators. I attached the bleeder valve to the 36 gallon just incase of an emergency lol
I do find that I get a little more spray time before it kicks on but thought I'd get a little more with 44 combined gallons.
Anyone have any suggestions? I'm just doing the primer now so not the biggest issue but once I start spraying the lacquer I would like a more consistent air flow if possible. Any advice would be muchly appreciated