Why Should You Consider Buying From The BARTSHARP Airbrush® Range?
BARTSHARP Airbrush® 116
The BARTSHARP Airbrush® 116 is a pistol style, single variable action, gravity side feed airbrush.
A pistol grip design is ideal for those new to airbrushing as it provides the most comfortable holding position.
Single variable action, pull back on the trigger for air and pull further back, on the trigger, to release paint.
The BARTSHARP Airbrush® 116 is fitted with a quality 0.3mm needle, nozzle and nozzle cap.
This set up is for general purpose spraying and will allow you to create a line spray width up from 0.5mm to approximately 28mm.
It can also be fitted with a 0.2mm needle/nozzle set for creation of finer lines and greater detail.
Alternatively it can also be fitted with a 0.5mm needle/nozzle set which is ideally suited to those wishing to spray slightly thicker mediums or cover a slightly larger spraying area .
The BARTSHARP Airbrush® 116 comes with two side feed paint cups:
7cc & 10cc (with push fit lids)
The air inlet is 1/8BSP which is the most regularly used size for airbrushes and air hoses alike.
(BSP stands for British Standard Pipe and describes the thread pitch, whilst 1/8 is equal to 9.35mm (approx)
The 116 Airbrush is also fitted with a needle adjust screw.
This is situated on the rear handle and can adjusted to preset how far the needle can be pulled back. This means that lines, of the same thickness, can be created many times.
Are you looking to get started in airbrushing but just don't know where to begin?
We are here to help you with free advice to help you understand the basics, which can be quite overwhelming!
Please take a little time to read through our user guides as these will help you understand how to use an airbrush, how they work and the common words and phrases used to describe them.
Are You Looking For An Airbrush Compressor Or Complete Airbrush Compressor Kit?
BARTSHARP Airbrush® stocks a fantastic range of compressors which are also available as kits which offer great savings.
Please click on the link below (for the main airbrush compressor page) or on one of the images to be taken to that individual model.