The short answer is no, it isn't. Not with the conversion gun technology
Your options are to
1 - buy a big dual stage, oil lubed compressor, 3 HP plus putting out over
10 cfm at 90 psi with a 20 Gal tank, then buy a conversion gun to go with
2 - Go to Wal Mart or equivalent or auto supply store and get a Campbell
Hausfeld non bleeder conventional gun, use it with you present compressor,
and forget HVLP for awhile
3 - Buy a Rockler or Harbor Freight starter HVLP system for <$100.00 and get
your feet wet before investing lots of bucks. These units are not as
versatile in what they can spray but, with the right nozzle and viscosity,
they will spray common finishes and stains quite well.
4 - Jump off the high board and go for a Fuji, accuspray, turbinaire, etc,
high end HVLP system.
An HVLP system, cheap or expensive, is no magic carpet ride to a perfect
finish and either flavor, as well as a conversion gun or conventional
system, are perfectly capable of giving you a perfect finish if you put the
work into it.
HVLP system benefits are in the fact that the low pressure high volume
results in less bounce back and over spray of material floating around in
the air and more finish on the piece. Naturally that means better use of the
finishing material. Transfer efficiency of a conventional system is about
35%, for a HVLP system 80% +
Judging from your post it would be far better for you if you were to do
considerably more independent research into the subject of spraying before
you even think about spending a dime.
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