Fuji Spray Does It Again!

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Mini-Mite 5 Platinum™ System wins Power Tool of the Year!

We are extremely excited and honored to announce that the Fuji Spray Mini-Mite 5 Platinum™ System has been awarded 2016 Canadian Woodworking Tool of the Year in the Power Tool Category.

“The Canadian Woodworking Tool of the Year Award recognizes the best woodworking products released during the year. Winning products are selected by woodworkers from across Canada – crafts people and avid DIYers who use woodworking products on a regular basis, and insist ...

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Fuji Spray has gone PLATINUM™

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New & Improved!

Fuji Spray is the leader in the Spray Finishing Market. Fuji Spray is constantly looking to improve their products and deliver only the best to the end users.

Fuji Spray introduced major upgrades to their turbines with the launch of the Q5 PLATINUM™ and Mini-Mite PLATINUM™ Turbines. These improvements were designed to lengthen the motor life of the turbine.

Following in the footsteps of the 5-stage launch, these enhancements have been installed to all ...

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Powerful and Portable! Mini-Mite 5 PLATINUM!

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Fuji Spray Launches a New Addition to the 5-Stage and PLATINUM™ family!

Welcome Mini-Mite™ 5 PLATINUM!

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What’s new in the Mini-Mite PLATINUM Series?

The Mini-Mite Series™ has become a real favorite with cabinet makers and professionals. With that in mind Fuji Spray has made something great even better. New and amazing features were developed and added to the Mini-Mite Series™

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Best In Class

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Fine Woodworking Magazine Stamp of Approval

In the October 2014 issue of Fine Woodworking magazine © 2014 by the Taunton Press author Teri Masaschi (a finishing pro with 45 years of experience) reviewed 14 different HVLP spray systems available in the United States, with stationary turbines that connect to the spray gun with a hose. The Tool Test required that each spray system be compatible with both water- and solvent based lacquer. The evaluation consisted of the adjustability ...

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