Iwata Hi-Line HP-BH - Airbrush Guru

Iwata Hi-Line HP-BH

The HP-BH’s place is for people who generally use small amounts of paint but occasionally need more.  Makeup artists and fingernail artists generally prefer the HP-BH over HP-CH.  Fine artists also like the fact that they can finer details a little bit easier with the BH instead of the CH.

Iwata High Line HP BH Airbrush

Features and Review

  1. The MAC Valve is awesome
  2. Small Cup – [1/16 oz  1.8 mL]  The smaller cup is nice because you can still fit quite a bit of paint into the cup.  Enough to spray a background or cover a face with foundation.  But it’s not so big that it’ll start to interfere with operation.  The small cup is nice and sleek, though not quite as sleek and space saving as the HP-AH
  3. Cut-away, pre-set handle
High Line series airbrush HP-BH (japan import)
  • Featuring the ultimate in air control directly at the nozzle with...
  • Designed for artists who need extreme control of detailed spraying,...
  • Like the HP-AH, it has a 0.2-mm nozzle but has a larger 1/16 oz (1.8...
Information
Classification: Airbrush
Manufacturer: Iwata
Model: HP-BH
Part Number: H 2100
Suggested Retail Price: $334.75 USD
Specifications
Paint feed System: Gravity Feed
Trigger Style: Dual Action
Spray Type: Internal Mix
Spray Range: ~0.1 mm to
~1.25 inches
Cup Size: 1/16 oz.
1.8 mL
Air Consumption: ~0.3 cfm
Pressure Tolerance: < 100 psi
Standard Tip Size: 0.2 mm
Optional Tip Size: 0.3 mm

Link – HP-BH Manual, parts and troubleshooting guide

Useful Accessories
  • Pistol Grip Moisture Filter
  • Table Top Cleaning Station
  • Crown Cap
Common Problems
  • No Place to Set it Down
  • Tip Dry
  • Bent Needles
  • Clogs
  • Breaking the Nozzle Threads Off Inside the Airbrush
  • Getting Careless – Doesn’t sound like a problem right?  But the HP-BH can hold enough paint to ruin your work if you get a little wild and crazy while you spray (again like me).  So keep it mellow!
    Should your mellowness fail, try going through instructions to remove the broken threads..
Cleaning Guide Links