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The Basics of Airless SprayingInformation on Basic Components, Spray Techniques and Safety

A World Leader in Fluid Handling SystemsContents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1A World Leader in Fluid Handling Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2The Graco Advantage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3The Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Coatings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Advantages of Airless Sprayers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Key Components of an Airless Sprayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Air-Aisisted Airless Sprayer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Airless Spray Tips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12How Airless Sprayers are Rated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Selecting A Sprayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Spray Techniques. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26The Beyond the Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Sprayer Motors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31Only on a Graco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43Accident & Near Miss Reporting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 481The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersFounded in 1926, Graco is the world leader in fluid handling systems andcomponents. Once a quiet family-owned business, Graco Inc. has become theworld’s premier manufacturer of fluid handling equipment and systems.Graco equipment squeezes tomato paste onto millions of frozen pizzas;pumps oil and lubricating fluids into millions of cars; applies paint to homes,business and industrial installations; and helps give cars made around theworld their high-gloss finishes.Working closely with specialized distributors, Graco offers systems, productsand technologies that set the quality standards in a wide range of fluidhandling applications. Graco applications include spray finishing and paintcirculation, lubrication, sealants and adhesives along with power applicationequipment for the contractor industry. Graco’s ongoing research investmentsin fluid management and control will continue to provide innovative solutions toa global market.Contractor Equipment DivisionGraco’s Contractor Equipment Division (CED) offers a complete product linefor the professional contractor including: Handheld airless sprayers Electric-powered airless sprayers Gas mechanical sprayers Gas hydraulic sprayers HVLP fine finish sprayers Air-Assisted airless sprayers Texture sprayers Road and parking lot stripers Thermoplastic application equipment Line removal equipment Sport field stripers Roofing spray equipment Pressure washers Air powered corrosion control equipment A full line of parts and accessories, such as spray tips, guns and hosesThe Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers2

The Graco AdvantageGraco Inc., is recognized as the quality leaderin the airless sprayer market. As the industryleader, Graco offers the largest line of qualitypainting equipment and accessories in theworld. Graco has achieved high marketpreference—painting contractors have knownand trusted the Graco name for over 40 years.Graco works hard to meet the needsof today’s painting contractor. Ongoingimprovement to existing products andcontinuous innovation are key factors indeveloping premier products. Graco investsmore money on research and developmentthan competitors and it shows in thequalityand durability of Graco airless sprayequipment.In addition to Graco’s experience in the airless market and the company’scommitment to research and development, is the genuine effort to educateprofessional contractors about the advantages of airless spray equipment.Ongoing support is always available and is simply a phone call away withthe Graco A Service commitment to exceed customer expectations eachand every time by providing outstanding service through timely, accurate andeffective responses to inquiries and orders, as well as service and technicalassistance.Add to this Graco’s sales and training efforts and it is clear there is more toGraco than great products. Here at Graco, customer service is our first priority.It is great people that make Graco the brand-of-choice among professionalpainting, texturing and striping contractors.3The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersThe BasicsCoatingsCurrently, there are 100’s of paint manufacturers in the United Statesmanufacturing over 600 million gallons of architectural and protective coatingsannually.Architectural coatings are primarily decorative coatings used to coat anythingfrom homes to commercial and industrial buildings.Protective coatings are primarily corrosion control coatings used to coatanything from bridges to water towers, preserving concrete and steel. Oftenthese coatings are two-component materials.The majority of coatings are sold at paint stores, generally to professionalpainting contractors.Virtually every coating contains four basic components: Binder, Resin, or Polymer—holds together the other componentsprior to application and forms a protective film on the surface (thesurface is also called a substrate) to which the coating is applied.Binders can be oils, varnishes and proteins. Pigment—fine solid particles that hide the surface providingdecorative colors and sometimes corrosion resistance. Rawumber, a type of iron ore, is used extensively as a pigment and isolive green in color. Solvent—helps the flow of the coating material and aids inapplication. For example, water is a solvent for sugar. However,in many coating formulations, a chemical referred to as a solvent,may not be dissolving anything, but simply diluting or thinning theformulation. Additives—in general, manufacturers put additives into coatingsfor one or more reasons, including aiding in manufacturing,enhancing application characteristics, or improving the propertiesof the coating once it is cured. For example, some additives helpprevent mildew from forming once the coating has cured.The Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers4

CoatingsThe Basics . . .Paints and other coatings are rated by the volume of solids they contain. Whilevirtually everyone in the architectural coatings industry refers to the “low,”“medium,” and “high” solid content of coatings, there are no set amounts orlimits placed on these categories. A typical set of values for coatings is: Low Solids 20-30% solids Medium Solids 30-50% solids High Solids Up to 100% solidsAll coatings containsolids which areabrasive. Throughnormal use the spraytip and parts of thepump will show wear.Typical Solids Content of Popular CoatingsLowLacquers xElastomericsExteriorLatexThe Basics . . .Advantages of Airless SprayersIn airless spray, the fastmoving high-pressure liquidstream provides the energynecessary to overcome thefluid’s viscosity (resistance toflow) and surface tension (aforce that bonds the surfaceof a liquid together) to form afine spray.Atomized FluidDisruptedSheetAirless Spray TipIn the depiction of spray froma gun, high pressure forcesfluid through a small nozzle(spray tip). The fluid emergesas a solid stream (sheet) at ahigh speed. When the solidstream hits the air, it becomesdisrupted. This disruptionbreaks the fluid into fragmentsinitially, then ultimately verysmall droplets that form thespray pattern.HighBlock FillersSpecialtyCoatingsKeeping in mind the typical amount of solids found in coatings (low, medium,or high), allows an easy method for displaying the solids content of populararchitectural coatings.Advantages of Airless SprayersAirless sprayers provide an easy and economical way to apply coatings.Professional contractors prefer to use airless sprayers for several reasons, themost popular being: Defining AirlessSpeed—airless spraying is faster, thus, more jobs can be completed inless time, using less labor. Airless spraying is up to 10 times faster thanbrushing or rolling. Airless spray atomizes, or breaks up fluid into small droplets without the useof compressed air. In an airless system, fluid is pumped under high pressurethrough a spray tip. The tip size and pressure is what determines the materialflow rate.Quality—airless sprayers produce an even coat of paint on all types ofsurfaces, leaving a consistent and high quality finish. Versatility—airless sprayers canbe used for a wide range of coatingmaterials, including interior and exteriorjobs, and can easily be transported fromjob site to job site.The tip also creates the fan pattern. In contrast, air spray systems injectcompressed air into the fluid stream of paint to achieve atomization.5The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersDid you know?If you took a showertoday, you used a verysimple airless spray.The Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers6

The Basics . . .Advantages of Airless SprayersKey Components of an Airless SprayerThe Basics . . .Research conducted by the Painting and Decorating Contractors ofAmerica (PDCA), an association of painting contractors and related industryprofessionals, indicates that airless spraying can save painters between 50%and 75% of their painting time. Airless spray is: At least 10 times faster than brush applications At least 4 times faster than roller applicationsAEBAEDUsing a brush or roller application might seem cost-effective in the short-term,but in the long-run labor can cost at least twice as much!CBCAirless Spray for Uniform CoverageDCti7494bti7494bIt is important to consider how much faster spraying is compared to othermethods. Equally important to your customer is how spraying gives aconsistent quality finish, even over rough surfaces.Did you know?The pump is often called the heartof the system. Many contractorsrefer to a sprayer unit as “thepump”. Most consider the pump tobe the most important componentof the sprayer.Airless spraying allows you to: Finish jobs quicker-- Finish within short weather windows-- Stay on a job site from start to finish, saving set-up labor Complete more jobs with less labor (fewer people headaches) Provide a consistent mil build so coatings perform better Apply a smooth quality finishA Spray Tip Controls the amount of fluid sprayed by using different orifice sizes Orifice shape determines the spray pattern. Many Graco tips can be turned to the reverse position by hand to blow out clogsMotor & Drive System A heavy duty system that drives the pumpBPressure Control Used to regulate the fluid pressure delivered from the pumpCPump Also called the Fluid Section Delivers a steady stream of high pressure fluid through the hose to the spray gunE Gun Acts as the on/off valve for the materialD7The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersThe Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers8

Cross-section ofgood fanThe Basics . . .Air-Assisted AirlessAtomized, evenlydistributed fan patternAir-Assisted Airlesstails(Heavy at edges with gaps inside)fingersMaterial is delivered to the gunatlower pressure than traditional airless(500 – 1500 psi vs. 1500 – 3000 psi) and ispartially atomized through a small tip. Fullatomization is achieved by adding a smallamount of air (5 – 35 psi) to the edges ofthe spray fan – resulting in a softer pattern,more control, higher transfer efficiency,and less overspray.A Spray Tip/Air Cap Controls the amount of fluidsprayed by using differentorifice sizes and directs airinto the spray fan B Gun Acts as the on/off valve forthe materialC Air Adjustment Valve Utilizes 8 air passages todeliver air closer to tipresulting in a softer, moreconsistent pattern from startto finish easily under pressureD Bonded Fluid/Air Hose Fluid hose bonded with airhose eliminates managing twoseparate hosesTails in spraypattern from lowpressureHeavyGapsCross-sectionof fan with tailsLow pressure spray with no added airAirless Spray TipsThis, small, exchangeable part plays a big role.An airless spray tip: Determines the fluid flow the amount ofcoating applied Determines the spray pattern (fan width)Selecting the correct spray tip for the job is animportant decision.Cross-sectionof good fanAtomized, evenlydistributed fan patternDid you know?Graco uses a color-coding system to identify tip types.- General SwitchTips are blue or black- Fine Finish Low Pressure tips are green- LineLazer and FieldLazer tips are yellow- Graco Heavy-Duty tips are grayLow pressure spray withair “assisting” the spray patternEFBreaking the CodeXXX - 515AHBGCDMotor & Drive System A heavy duty system that drives the pumpEDigital Display Used to regulate the fluid pressure delivered from the pump Tight pressure control and fast response when sprayingFProven Endurance Pump Piston pump allows for consistent priming and pumping of even theheaviest materials Proven design and rugged constructionH Air Compressor Integrated compressor supplies air to the gunG9Air Spray TipsThe Basics . . .The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersFirst 1-2 digits whendoubled, is spray patternfan width. A 515 has a10-inch fan width whensprayed 12 inches fromsurface.Last two digits are orificesize in thousandths of aninch, a 515 has a 0.015inch orifice.5 x 2 10Graco TipsAll Graco tips are made out of the highest grade of tungsten carbide, themost abrasive-resistant material used in the manufacturing of airless spraytips. Because each tip has its own particular use in the market place, Gracooffers the following spray tip selection:The Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers10

The Basics . . .Airless Spray TipsRating Spray TipsReverse-A-Clean (RAC) Most widely used reversible tip on the market and canbe used for a variety of coatings from lacquers to mastics. Reversible tips are anideal way to eliminate downtime. With a reversible tip, clogs are cleared easilyby simply spraying through the tip when in the reverse position. Contractorscan change tip sizes in seconds, without removing the tip guard and housing.Reversible Tips are available in over 90 sizes and are rated at pressures up to5000 PSI (blue or black handle). Spray tips are rated in terms of orifice size. The amount of paint that flowsthrough the sprayer onto the surface depends on the tip size and pressure setting. Fine Finish Low Pressure SwitchTip This tip incorporates a two-stage atomizationprocess and creates a soft, feathered spray pattern at half the pressure, reducingoverspray and extending tip and sprayer life. It allows the user to do fine finishwork with an airless pump, which is faster than air spray or HVLP. Plus, it’sfully swappable and comes in a full range of sizes that work on all Graco airlesssprayers, using the same tips on handhelds and large airless sprayers. WideRAC SwitchTip This tip covers double the surface area in half the time withextra wide 24 inch (61 cm) pattern. WideRAC tips are made for higher production,new construction applications which require larger airless sprayers. WideRAC ConversionRAC 5 or RAC XWideRAC414 or 5151221 or 1223417 or 5171223 or 1225419 or 5191225 or 1227421 0r 6211229 or 1231523 or 6231233 or 1235525 or 6251235 or 1237When you use WideRAC, be sureto increase the flow rate of the tipto ensure the same mil build andrate of application (arm speed).Also, make sure your airlesssprayer can support the largertip size. LineLazer & FieldLazer SwitchTip Used with the LineLazer & FieldLazer SprayUnits. Regular tips are designed for an overlapping spray technique. The LineLazer& FieldLazer tips are designed to provide a consistent pattern without soft edgesto create clean, laser sharp lines (yellow handle). Contractor Flat Tip Standard airless tip available in a variety of sizes that are lessexpensive to purchase than RAC tips. If plugging occurs, the tip must be removedfrom the gun and cleaned or replaced.11The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersRecommended Tip Sizes forCommon Coating MaterialsLacquer or StainOil Base PaintLatex PaintHeavy Latex Paint &Smooth ElastomericElastomeric & BlockFillerConsider the paint/coatingthat will be sprayed –lacquers, stains, and enamelsare light coatings that aresprayed with small tips, whileexterior latex paints are muchheavier coatings that require largerspray tips.009.013.015.021totototo.013.015.019.025.025 to .035 Multiple spray guns can be used withone sprayer. Make sure the multiplegun tip rating of the sprayer cansupport the tip sizes you plan to use.Ultra Max II 695SPECIFICATIONSMODEL Fine Finish Flat Tip Sprays as fine a finish as the fine finish RAC but mustbe removed for cleaning when plugged. Typically, coatings used for finefinish applications plug easily (i.e., lacquers). Therefore, if this tip is used, it isrecommended that a Tip Filter Kit be used as well.Size the spray tip accordingto the job and the tip rating ofthe sprayer. Make sure thatthe sprayer can support thetip you are planning to use.Many paint manufacturerswill specify recommendedspray tip sizes directly onthe container or productspecification sheet.Heavy Duty SwitchTip This tip is used for heavy coatings which require higherpressures to atomize. Heavy duty tips are still reversible, but add an extra thicktwist lever to allow rotation in very sticky coatings such as coal tars and mastics(gray handle). Airless Spray TipsThe Basics . . .Ultra Max II 795SERIES TYPESTANDARDPROCONTRACTORSTANDARDCart Design–Part OCONTRACTOR 16W896Ultra Max II 1095Ultra Max II STANDARDPROCONTRACTOR16W90216W90316W907(Canada) 16W936 (Canada) 16W937 (Canada) 16W938Maximum Tip Size0.0310.0330.0350.039Maximum psi (bar)3300 (227)3300 (227)3300 (227)3300 (227)Maximum gpm (lpm)0.95 (3.6)1.10 (4.1)1.20 (4.5)1.35 (5.1)MaxPower Motor hp2.0 Brushless DC2.2 Brushless DC2.4 Brushless DC2.8 Brushless DCControlIRONMANSmartControl 3.0SmartControl 3.0SmartControl 3.0SmartControl 3.0Weight lb (kg)93 (42) Standard Hi-Boy98 (44) Standard120 (55) Standard125 (56) StandardGun Support:1 Gun2 Guns3 390.0290.023The Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers12

The Basics . . .Airless Spray TipsWhich tip puts out more paint,XXX-517 or XXX-317?The answer . . . each tip has the same size orifice(.017") that allows the same flow of material, so theoutput is the same.Airless Spray TipsThe Basics . . .Effects of Tip WearWhen a tip wears, the size of the tip orifice increases and the fan widthdecreases. Tip wear affects the spray pattern. If the fan size has lost 25% ofits original size, then it is time to replace the spray tip. Continuing to spraywould simply result in a poor quality spray job, and a substantial waste of paintand labor.Spray Pattern WidthBut . . .The 517 tip sprays the paint in a larger area(10" fan width) and the mil build (thickness) is lessthan the 317 tip (6" fan).Tip Wear12 in.Tip wear can cost you hundreds of dollars in wasted paint and labor. Choosingthe right spray tip is essential for ensuring a quality finish no matter whichcoating material is being sprayed. All spray tips will wear with normal use.It is important to understand the wear effect coatings have on spray tips.All coatings contain solids that are abrasive; some are more abrasive thanothers. For example, latex paint may be very abrasive because of the solidsused in the manufacturing process. The level of abrasiveness often dependsupon how finely the solids have been ground. Graco tips are made out of thehighest grade of tungsten carbide, the most abrasive resistant material used inmanufacturing airless spray tips.Wornto 9 in.Wornto 7 in.Wornto 3.5 inExample: When a tip that had a 12-inch fan pattern is reduced to a 9-inchfan when worn, it will output 40% more paint on 25% less area. Overlappingto achieve a consistent mil thickness becomes impossible. The chart aboveillustrates the effects of a worn tip on a spray pattern.Tips for extending the life of spray tips: Spray at the lowest pressure necessary toatomize material Strain the coating material prior to spraying,using a nylon strainer bag Use correct size filters Clean filter after each use Use a soft bristle brush to clean tips13The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersThe Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers14

The Basics . . .Airless Spray TipsThe Basics . . .How Airless Sprayers are RatedUsing a worn tip wastes paint and laborHow Airless Sprayers are Rated by ManufacturersAssume that paint costs 15 per gallon, labor costs 25 an hour, and thecontractor sprays 5 gallons of paint per hour. If the contractor is using a worntip (a 12 inch fan width worn to 9 inch) he will spend an additional 36.25 inwasted paint and labor per hour. If the painter continues to use the worn tip itwill cost him about 300 per day!Airless sprayers are typically rated using these methods:Good TipWorn Tip12 inProper coverage and a quality finish Maximum tip size (with one gun, with two guns, etc.) Gallons per minute (gpm) Pounds per square inch or the maximum pressure (psi) Horse power (hp)gpm—(gallons per minute) a flow rate measurement associated with thepump’s output capacity and the tip orifice (hole) size. CAUTION: There is noindustry standard for rating a sprayer’s output capacity.9 inExcessive mil build in the centerof the patternIf abrasive materials are sprayed at too high of pressure, the spray tip will weara lot faster, wasting both paint and money.Greater Pressure Greater Wear.psi—(pounds per square inch) a pressure measurement.The pressure rating (e.g., 3300 psi) is the maximum working pressure (stallpressure) of the sprayer. That is, the maximum amount of pressure thesprayer is able to build. However, the pressure at the tip does not equal themaximum working pressure. Hose length, tip size, the type of coating beingsprayed, and even the filters impact the amount of pressure available at the tipwhile spraying.Typical maximum airlesssprayer pressure ratings:Typical atomization pressuresneeded for airless applications: 2000 psi 800-1100 psi for lacquers 2800 psi 1200-1800 psi for stains 3000 psi 2000 for latex coatings 3300 psi 4000 psihp—(horse power) a performance rating for the sprayer’s motor or engine.There are a variety of motor types, operating speeds and torque capabilitiesavailable. This makes horsepower a confusing rating method for distributorsand end-users alike. Some contractors prefer to have the biggest motoravailable because they believe it means more power and longer sprayer life.This is not necessarily true, the motor and sprayer should be matched to thejobs requirements.Turn down the pressure as low as it can go while still spraying a good spraypattern to reduce your tip and pump wear. Turning down the pressure alsosaves paint by reducing overspray.15The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersOverall, the tip size rating is the most useful rating method forselecting tips and sprayers for your job.The Basics - An Overview of Airless Sprayers16

The Basics . . .How Airless Sprayers are RatedMaximum Tip Size—a rating thatindicates the largest tip size (i.e., orifice)a sprayer is capable of supporting,while maintaining a good spray pattern.The maximum tip size will depend onthe type of coating being sprayed andthe amount of pressure needed toatomize the coating.Did you know?All Graco sprayers are rated formaximum tip sizes using themost common coating material,latex paint, at 2,000 psi.Selecting A Sprayer: Eight Questions To AskTraditional Airless or, eInterior/Exterior, e,LightCommercialInterior/Exterior, eInterior/Exterior, e,LightCommercialType ofApplicationsWhat types of materials will you spray? Now and in the future?The types of materials you spray will determine the size of the tips you use. Ifyou plan to spray a variety of materials you have to consider buying a sprayerwith more versatility.How many gallons per week will you spray?Purchasing a part-time sprayer to do a full-time job has disappointed manycontractors. In the long run, saving money on a sprayer that is inadequate forthe job, or not durable enough, will cost a lot in lost labor.What power sources are available? Will most jobs be indoors or outdoors?Your answers will help choose a unit family (gas, electric, battery or compressedair) based on power sources alone.What types of surfaces will you be spraying?Will you be spraying on drywall, exterior siding, or concrete? You have toconsider the tip sizes needed as well as the quality of finish required in order tochoose the best sprayer for the job.How many spray guns will you use at one time, now and in the future?If you plan to use more than one gun at a time, then you have to purchase aunit that has the ability to handle multiple guns.What types of jobs will you bid?Each job has its own requirements. New construction, residential work, andcommercial jobs all vary in terms of: coatings used, crew size needed, andpower sources available.What hose lengths will you use?Hose length depends on the job site, material being sprayed, tip size, andhose diameter. Your sprayer must be able to support the length of hose. MostGraco sprayers use DC motors, which are able to support longer extension cordlengths than either AC or universal motors.How much do you want to spend on a sprayer?Buying a sprayer is an investment. You do not want to over-buy or under-buy.Keep in mind the cliché, “You can pay now or pay later”. Downtime resultingfrom an undersized, overworked sprayer or poor quality equipment can quicklywipe out any savings from the initial low purchase cost of the sprayer.17The Basics - An Overview of Airless SprayersSelecting A SprayerThe Basics . . .TypicalMaterialsSmall GasLarge Gas(Mechanical) (Mechanical)Large terior, /Exterior, /Exterior, NewConstruction,Wood andMetalFinishingLatex PaintsLatex Paintsand Primers,and Primers,Stains,Lacquers & Interior/Exterior Latex PaintsAcrylics Paints Acrylics PaintsStains, Interior/Lacquers,Stains, Interior/Latex, Oiland Primersand Primers, Oil and Primers, OilExterior Latex,Latex,EnamelsExterior Latex, Based Primers, Acrylics, Paints Based PaintsBased PaintsEnamels && Acrylics,EnamelsAcrylics, Block and Primers,Oiland Primers,and Primers,Acrylics, OilPrimers,& Acrylics,Fillers andBased PaintsElastomeric,Elastomeric,Based PrimersPolyurethane,ElastometricsDrywalland PrimersBlock Fillers,Block Fillers,VarnishGypsum andGypsum andDrywallDrywalGallonsper WeekUp to150Up to 500Up to 1000Up to 500Up to 1000Up to 1000Up to 150PowerSources120V Electric120V Electric120V ElectricGas EngineGas EngineGas Engine120V ElectricNumberof Guns11Up to 31Up to 4Up to 61*MaximumHose Length200200300300300300200*Maximum hose length will change depending on material thickness, hose diameter, and tip size.Handheld Airless SprayersSprayerUltra AirlessHandheld SprayersUltraMAX AirlessHandheld SprayersHeavy-DutyHandheld SprayersSize ofApplicationUp to 3 GallonsUp to 3 GallonsUp to 2 GallonsTypes ofApplicationsAny job less than 3 gallons: Walls,Any job less than 3 gallons: Walls,Ceilings, Doors, Siding, GarageCeilings, Doors, Siding, GarageDoors, Fences, Shutters, Decks,Doors, Fences, Shutters, Decks,Trim, Cabinets, B

in the airless sprayer market. As the industry leader, Graco offers the largest line of quality painting equipment and accessories in the world. Graco has achieved high market preference—painting contractors have known and trusted the Graco name for over 40 years. Graco works hard to meet the needs of today’s painting contractor. Ongoing

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