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Do I have to thin the material?
This will depend on which front end is being used. The iSpray nozzle – This front end will not require thinning for most materials. The Detail finish nozzle – This front end may require thinning.Read More
What types of coatings can be sprayed through the FLEXiO series?
A) The Flexio Series will spray water-based or oil-based paints and stains. B) Do not spray or clean with liquids having a flash point of less than 100ºF (38ºC), reference the paint can. Flash point is the temperature...Read More
What is the Detail finish nozzle used for?
The Detail finish nozzle is best used on your fine finish projects such as spraying cabinets, furniture, doors, trim etc. It will provide a smoother, finer finish than the iSpray Nozzle. Depending on your material, the...Read More
What is the iSpray nozzle used for?
The iSpray Nozzle, which will spray unthinned coatings including latex paint and stains, is ideal for big surface projects such as spraying walls, sheds, fences etc… It will provide a roller-like or slightly stippled finish.Read More
Why does air continuously come out when I turn my sprayer on?
The FLEXiO 690, 890,4000 and 5000 are bleeder guns. With a bleeder gun air flows continuously; the trigger only starts and stops the paint flow.Read More
What is the difference between the FLEXiO 2000/3000 and the FLEXiO 4000/5000?
A) The FLEXiO 2000 and 3000 are handheld sprayers in which the turbine is held in your hand. The FLEXiO 2000 comes with the new nozzle designed iSpray and is a two speed (hi and lo) sprayer. The FLEXiO 3000 comes with the new nozzle...Read More
What is the difference between the FLEXiO 570/590 and the FLEXiO 2000/3000?
The main difference between the FLEXiO 570/ 590 and FLEXiO 2000/3000 is the design of the iSpray front end. The new nozzle designed iSpray front end will provide paint control with a uniform and contained pattern. Also, the new paint flow...Read More
What is the difference between an airless sprayer and an HVLP sprayer?
A) Airless Sprayers atomize coatings by forcing the product through a small tip opening at very high fluid pressure. The fluid pressures range from 1200-3600 PSI. Airless sprayers are capable of spraying larger surfaces at higher speeds. Airless...Read More