When it comes to large airbrush projects and areas, it’s worth taking a look at the Iwata Vault HP-TH2. According to the manufacturer, it’s meant to be a bridge between an airbrush and a mini airbrush gun, both in terms of capabilities and performance. With a 0.6 mm nozzle, the device sprays a variety of paints and varnishes, including Candy and metallic colors. The air cap allows a flat or round jet and the built-in Micro Air Control Valve (MAC) provides dynamic, incremental control of airflow without using the manometer of the compressor.
The flow cup with lid holds 150 ml, making it the largest of all Iwata airbrush devices. It is operated by a finger lever similar to a spray gun and fits securely in the hand thanks to its slim, ergonomically shaped, structured and non-slip handle. It is also equipped with a preset feature for fatigue-free and even work.
An Iwata nozzle wrench and Iwata Lube lubricant for the needle and main lever mechanism are included. The Iwata Vault can be used with a conventional airbrush compressor. As part of the Iwata Vault Series, the availability of the device is limited. The price in specialist shops is around 390 Euros / 330 USD.