Spraying epoxy is not recommended due to the extensive safety and health risks involved. Spraying epoxy products increases the amount of hazardous volatile components released when epoxy leaves the nozzle of the spray gun nozzle. You can easily inhale the epoxy spray mist suspended in the air, which can cause lung damage. The tiny droplets can get on your skin and into your eyes, causing allergic reactions, sensitization, and severe injuries.
Again, we strongly recommend that you do not spray epoxy products. But if you do spray epoxy, you must wear an appropriate air-supplied respirator, eye protection, face protection, and full protective clothing.