Control Pro 130 Power Tank Sprayer

$ 249.99
The new Control Pro 130 Power Tank is ideal for big interior and exterior jobs and can be used with a wide range of unthinned paints and stains. It takes the intimidation out of airless spraying with fast and easy set up and unmatched control, all while delivering continuous painting and fast coverage. The Control Pro 130 is perfect for painting the exterior of your home, staining a large deck, and more.

It is gravity fed for fast, no mess priming and cleaning. The spray gun also features High Efficiency Airless technology that creates soft fan pattern edges so you can achieve a smooth, consistent finish without splatter or gaps.

This Wagner airless paint sprayer produces up to 55% less overspray than traditional airless sprayers which means easier preparation, quick clean up, and less paint or stain used.

Videos

Control Pro 130 Sprayer - Overview
Control Pro 130 Sprayer - Overview Video
Control Pro 130 Sprayer - Setup
Control Pro 130 Sprayer - Setup Video

Features

  • Gravity fed for fast, no mess priming and cleaning
  • Holds up to 1.5 gallons of material right in the tank for continuous painting
  • Covers 8' x 10' wall in 2 minutes
  • 515 HEA Spray Tip puts out a 10 inch spray pattern and is great for latex paints
  • 25 foot hose for easy, two-story reach
  • Long hose allows movement flexibility and great for when working on a ladder
  • Spill resistant lid keeps debris out of paint and is easy to move around projects
  • Equipped with integrated handles and tip storage
  • Simply rinse and flush the system for quick cleanup
.24
Gallons/Minute
.015
Max Tip Size
.375
Horsepower
50
Gallons/Year
High Efficiency Airless Logo

Projects

Best Used On:

Large Fence/Deck, and Exterior House/Shed

Optimal For

Exterior Latex, Interior Latex, Wood Sealers, Lacquers / Urethanes, and Solid Stain

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Control Pro 130 Sprayer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 85.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and big time saver I purchased this sprayer to paint my fence with a solid stain that was quite thick (Valspar brand). I had always hand painted my fence to ensure deep penetration, but this time I was hoping to work smarter rather than harder. It took a little time to learn and get it setup, but after that it was very easy to use and clean up. The sprayer handle is lightweight since the paint is in the bin, and the long hose allows for good coverage. It was quick and easy to stain my fence with this sprayer. Saved time and paint. I researched several other sprayers, and for function and value this was the best. Well worth the cost.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent purchase I purchased this unit in Home Depot few months ago and that was a very good decision. So far I have painted garage and two bedrooms and it reduced the time to paint significantly. It is very easy to use and the paint job looks like a pro. I am very impressed with unit.
Date published: 2019-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use I bought this, to replace an older model, after much research online. The learning process was not too bad. Wanting to re-cover a 25 year old cedar fence. I pressure washed the fence prior to painting and Wagner 130 made short work of painting the fence. Did the entire length, 80 feet, in less than 2 hours; including initial set-up and learning. Clean-up was fairly simple. Had to let some parts soak in soapy water, but then the paint came right off. Really enjoy the ease of use and finished project. See the attached photos - 1st one shows fence partially pressure washed and the 2nd shows the fence after it is painted.
Date published: 2019-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use, easy to clean up! I bought this about two months ago to help stain a fence. This sprayer was so much more efficient and easier to use than my previous one. I liked that it was easier to move around than other models where there are tubes coming out of the machine and into the bucket - here you simply load the paint directly. And this model was a lot easier to clean, too. I probably spent half the time cleaning this one as I did with the older model.
Date published: 2019-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a win. After reading the online reviews and debating the features, I purchased this to paint a small room about the size of a 1 car garage and use around the house mainly for indoor projects. I normally use a spray gun powered by my compressor and have always received awesome results. I was just not a fan of filling the paint gun every 10 minutes. The “Pro” at Home Depot said I should get approx 25 min spray time before I had to refill. I read the owners manual, watched all the videos and planned to do the job on a day off. The unit primed as instructions say it would. I filled the tank and the latex single coat paint primed the line no problem. I sprayed for approximately 7 minutes before I realized I need to refill. The finish I was getting was not great. I stopped and cleaned the nozzle several times. Basically the stream was heavy on one side and light on the other. I went ahead and refilled. I sprayed for about 90 seconds before I realized just about all the paint had leaked out from the bottom of the sprayer onto my drop cloth. I checked to see the hose fitting was indeed tight per instructions. I turned the unit back on and saw the unit leak again. After calling support, I decided to return this and get another. The store manager at Home Depot gladly took care of me and actually replaced the paint the unit leaked. They exchanged the unit for another. Not good news. I had the exact same problem and plan to take it back and go back to just rolling the paint on. My wife had a field day with me on this. I’m still cleaning up leaked out paint.
Date published: 2019-09-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Control pro 130 sprayer I boight this about 5 months ago. It has done very well up to today. I have painted the entire exterior of a house and small utility shed. It done great. But apparently the 14 pieces of trim were too much for it today. The bilge pump that primes the paint quit pumping. So the sprayer is dead in the water. The warranty is supposed to be a year. I guess i will fi d out what they say. At this point i would call it a good small project sprayer. I will update as soon as i get a response.
Date published: 2019-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to assemble and prime I have an old Wagner model 3566 but the check valve is bad so I bought the pro 130. It was a snap to put together and it primed quickly using water. I then dumped the water, added my waterproofing paint and it worked fine on my deck but did put out way too much paint. I think the 515 tip that came with it was a bit too much. I had to use a brush to smooth out some of the vertical surface runs. I have ordered some smaller tips to try when I paint my shop. Hopefully this will work much bette.r
Date published: 2019-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Question before I buy What does it mean you can spray up to 50 gallons per year? What happens after the 50 gallons? Does it need to be replaced or parts replaced?
Date published: 2019-08-21
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What happens when you use 50 gallons of paint in a year. Does the machine break?

Asked by: Vman23
Well...yes. The 50 gallon rating is an indication of the amount of usage that could wear parts enough that they may need replacement. You can call us for parts at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-10-01

I bought a control Pro 130 the enclosed tip is 515. Seems to have a lot of over spray if I hold gun closer to T1 111 board it runs . Using Olympic Maximum Stain + Sealant in one. Solid color-Base 2 (Must be Tinted. 100% Acrylic Latex Formula

Asked by: Sandra 111
First you should make sure your stain requires a .015" tip, usually stain would work with a .013" tip which would put out less stain. Three things have to come together properly each time you pull the trigger. Paint flow rate, how fast you move and distance from the project. Because the Control Pro 130 does not have a pressure adjustment you cannot change the paint flow rate. But you can change how fast you move and from how far away. Our suggestions in the manual about this sprayer are just that, suggestions. Because there are 3000 paints and 10,000 projects, we are happy to guide you, but ultimately it's up to you to make the proper adjustments for your project. Increase the distance from the project or your speed of application and I bet the runs stop. For more spraying tips, call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-09-23

Price on indian rupees

Asked by: Anil
This sprayer is only designed to be used with 115volt 60hz electric in the Americas. If you need a sprayer for use in India you may want to check with our office in your area. You can find further information at this link, https://www.wagner-group.com/en/do-it-yourself/.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-09-23

How to clean-up with oil based wood sealer?

Asked by: Bushman
You'll need a gallon of mineral spirits, but you'll be able to recycle it through the system a couple of times for cleanup. First get as much material out of the system as possible before you add a quart of mineral spirits, flush it through the system and get rid of it. This will take most of the sealer out. Then rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat. You can reclaim most of this "cleaning only" mineral spirits. After the system is clean, then run some water through it. For more help call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-09-11

Looking for tip for spaying stains 

Asked by: Paint guys
The manufacturer of the stain should recommend the tip size. It may be listed on the can in the application section. If not you can call them and they will let you know how it can be applied and what you should use to apply it. If you would like to call us at 1-800-328-8251 with that information we will assist you.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-09-04

What is the maximum viscosity this sprayer will spray. Understand Behr Marquee paint is too thick

Asked by: John1944
The maximum spray tip size the Control Pro 130 can support is .015 spray tip. Check the paint manufacturer's recommendations for the right tip size to spray the paint you choose. If their recommendation is .015 spray tip size or smaller then the 130 will able to spray it. For further help give us a call at 800-328-8251, thanks for contacting Wagner!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-08-21

I was bought the new product from Home Depot. but at the first day when I use it. it was have a little paint coming out after that. Where's no paint coming out. am I have a new product warranty for that?

Asked by: Ming chen
The Control Pro 130 can be tested with water in the system to make sure it works properly. For help with start up give us a call at technical support, 1-800-328-8251. Yes, the sprayer comes with a warranty.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-08-19

What is meant by the rating of "50 gallons/year"? Like, am I meant to limit myself to 50 gallons of spraying per year?

Asked by: jd177
Most homeowners would never get to 50 gallons a year of paint sprayed. This is a homeowner unit, not meant for the rigors of professional painting. Look at the CP 190 for more "gallons/year". For help choosing the right sprayer for your needs call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-08-14
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