Power Painter Pro Sprayer

$ 149.00
The Power Painter Pro provides features and controls to make big outdoor projects go fast.

With multiple production speeds and material selection settings, projects like garages, decks, fences and house painting and staining get done with a consistent finish.

Materials can be sprayed from the cup or the provided backpack for extended spraying.

Videos

Power Painter Pro Sprayer Overview
Power Painter Pro Sprayer Overview Video
Power Painter Pro Sprayer Cleanup
Power Painter Pro Sprayer Cleanup Video

Features

  • Optimus dual fan pattern tip delivers a professional spray pattern
  • Sprays 8 gallons per hour
  • Remote suction set to draw material directly from can or backpack for big jobs
  • Convenient carry case for storage
  • Extra atomizer valve for latex or oil based material

Parts and Accessories

P/N 0525146
Suction Tube for 1 Quart Container (EZ Tilt Models)

Suction Tube for 1 Quart Container (EZ Tilt Models)

$12.99
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P/N 0525195
5' Remote Suction Set (EZ Tilt Models)

5' Remote Suction Set (EZ Tilt Models)

$18.99
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P/N 0199903
Piston for Power Painters

Piston for Power Painters

$11.99
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P/N 0016101
Piston Spring for Power Painters

Piston Spring for Power Painters

$3.99
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P/N 0525148
Seal Kit (EZ Tilt Models)

Seal Kit (EZ Tilt Models)

$4.99
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P/N 0525118
Atomizer Valve for Optimus & EZ Tilt Sprayers (2 Pack)

Atomizer Valve for Optimus & EZ Tilt Sprayers (2 Pack)

$11.99
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Power Painter Pro is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Power Painter Pro with EzTilt Gallon Backpack didn't work as expected The unit works well however I bought this to use specifically with the 1 gallon backpack oiling a fence with Flood CWF-UV. Unfortunately the unit couldn't draw the stain up closer than six inches from the bottom of the sprayer. That was disappointing as I've got a lot of fence to stain and now I need to fill the small attached container quite often to get through ten gallons of stain. Do I recommend the quality and to buy it yes, for small jobs.
Date published: 2015-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sprayer for exterior projects I purchased this unit to paint the soffit and upper ends of my 24x40 barn. I sprayed VALSPAR paint/primer combination paint. I used cup as I was painting from a bucket lift and was concerned about spillage on the rental lift. I sprayed 2+ gallons in a matter of a few hours and am very pleased with the overage and performance of the unit. I had zero, no issues. I sprayed one end in an evening and then stored the unit (without cleaning) overnight and completed the job early the next morning... no clogs. The unit comes apart easily and cleaning is tedious but not difficult. Clearly the more thorough you clean the Atomizer, spray tip, suction tube, etc the less trouble you will have.... or buy replacement O-rings, piston and atomizer (not expensive) and just replace them... I cleaned them.. I will use it again in a few weeks to paint the porch ceiling of the barn (8x40' porch).. I will be able to assess if my cleaning job was successful at that point. I paid less than $100 for this unit new, online... a great deal and nice addition to my handyman tool assortment.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Used it once then did not work. used it once a year ago and it worked fine. tried to use it today and could not get the paint to spray. followed all the instructions, oiled etc. was cleaned thoroughly last time and cleaned again before use this time. even tried the tube option but could not get paint to come up the tube -- yes, the paint was thinned and can at same level. tried for over two hours. nothing worked. really really annoying payed good money for this and don't have the time or money to replace.
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too Heavy Power unit way too heavy especially if you have a full cup of paint. Also you can't find extra atomizers anywhere except online. I'll buy something else next time. Why buy this if you can't get parts locally? Would not recommend to anybody!
Date published: 2015-03-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not Buy I understand that any product can go bad.... I am not an expert but I do follow instructions as needed. Purchased this unit 2 years ago to spray my fence with redwood stain. It really worked well, cleaned it up and put it away. Today I started to paint the house. First area all masked off. Paint thinned and strained according to paint manufactures directions. Got a width area of abut 4 feet and the piston froze up. (yes it was oiled), Tried all the suggest in the Wagner Manual and then some. Unit went in the trash............ broke out the compressor with another sprayer to finish........what a disappointment, doubt if I will ever buy another simply because I cannot trust the sprayer to perform.
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy small sprayer I'm sure the hose is a pain and would clog so I never bother with it. The tilt feature is a must. I spray latex without a problem. When I clean the parts I am thorough and careful. I have discovered a great trick for frequent intermittent use of the same paint. You can store it full of paint for a week or more without emptying or cleaning. Just press a plastic baggie close onto the sprayer tip an hold as you give a short shot of paint, leave the baggie pressed on the tip to stay wet.
Date published: 2012-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from you can roll wall in no time the roller feature is terrific. Pad for cutting in was okay but when I tried to clean it., the pad fell apart.but the pad is not a material feature to me anyways. But to roll a room it is very fast and efficient.
Date published: 2012-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rather use a brush! When the product is new, it works great. BUT, over time it becomes more and more difficult to clean hoses and other attachments sufficiently to get the same mechanical results you have when it's new. And the thicker the paint, the worse of a product it is. Great idea, poor execution.
Date published: 2011-10-07
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Can you use this to paint a car

Asked by: Ruben
If it cleans up with water or mineral spirits it should spray, but this isn't an automotive quality finish sprayer so it will not produce a showroom finish such as what you would generally want on a car. Please give us a call at 1-800-328-8251 if you would like further assistance with unit selection.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2018-01-08

I purchased the POWER PROFILE PRO SPRAYER. However, the voltage is 120 volts and Korea is 220 volts. I'd appreciate it if you could tell me how to use it. And let me tell you how many watts of power it consumes.

Asked by: DW KIM
If you mean the EZ Tilt Power Painter that is sold in North America then it is designed to be used with 110volt current. The products sold here are not designed to be used with 220 voltage. To determine wattage you multiply volts by the amps.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-12-18

What is the difference in functionality of an airless v the flexio series?

Asked by: Sid757
Airless sprayers atomize coatings by forcing the product through a small tip opening at very high fluid pressure. Airless spray transfer efficiency is higher than conventional air spray and offers the ability to spray the widest variety of coatings. Working fluid pressures range from 1200-3600 PSI and they are typically gas, electric, and air operated. The primary application is production work and they are capable of covering large areas quickly. Flexio sprayers are HVLP sprayers. HVLP stands for High Volume Low Pressure. HVLP sprayers atomize coatings by a high volume of air and low air pressure. HVLP sprayers are used for finishing work and are classified as a finishing tool. The three major components of an HVLP unit are the gun, the air hose (on some), and the turbine/motor. A high volume of air is supplied from the turbine/motor, through the hose and is diverted into the container. The air pressure in the container causes the paint to flow from the suction tube up into the gun where a large amount of low pressure air intersects with the paint stream to form atomization. Which one to use depends on your projects. If you would like to discuss this or have further questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-11-26

Does Wagner Power Painter Pro can be used with Wagner HVLP Click and Paint Handle Extension?

Asked by: Martin80
The Power Painter Pro cannot be used with the HVLP handle extension. If you would like to discuss this you can call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-09-13

I have a Powerpainter Pro 2400 psi…always dependable…until recently with latex…can you recommend best atomizer size or color?

Asked by: Maserik
The atomizer (swirl) valve you want is part #0272904E. We have them in stock. Contact technical support with other questions. 800-328-8251
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-05-03

Wattage?

What is the wattage used? Will it run on a 1600 Running Watts/2000 Starting Watts generator?
Asked by: Treble
It needs 400 watt minimum to operate. You should be fine.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-12-12

what is the price on these sprayers?

Asked by: Bobby36
You can check with your local retailer or online to find the best price. If you would like further assistance please feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-10-03

can be paint the NC (nitrocellulose) lacquer paint (lacquer thinner -based), and stain?

Asked by: naif
The Wagner Power Painter Pro with EZ Tilt will spray lacquer, sealers, and varnish as long as it is a water-based which will cleanup with water, or oil-based materials with a flash point 70 degrees or higher. This flashpoint generally applies to materials that are solvent based. If it is on the thinner side try using the Detail Front end that comes with the sprayer, turn the pressure down, and stand six to eight inches away from what you are spraying which will help reduce overspray. Try it on a spare piece of wood or cardboard first. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251 and we will assist you.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-05-13

can be pait the lacquer paint, sealer paint and varnish ?

Asked by: naif
The Power Painter Pro will spray lacquer, sealers, and varnish as long as it is a water-based which will cleanup with water, or oil-based materials with a flash point 70 degrees or higher. This flashpoint generally applies to materials that are solvent based. If it is on the thinner side try turning the pressure down and stand twelve inches away from what you are spraying which will help reduce overspray. Try it on a spare piece of wood or cardboard first. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251 and we will assist you.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-05-11

How many Amps does this model draw? Thanks.

Asked by: ludashane
The amp draw on the EZ Tilt Power Painter Pro is 2.9 amps.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-02-22

Can the power painter pro be used to paint interior ceiling

Asked by: Abettisjr
The Power Painter Pro can certainly be used to paint a ceiling, no matter if you are using the cup attached to the unit, the remote suction set, or the backpack.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-01-07

which sprayer would you recommend for painting wrought iron patio furniture and wrought iron fence I would like to use a rust adaptable black oil base

Asked by: Kirk
Some oil-based rust preventative materials require harsher solvents to clean up than what some units can handle. Please give us a call at 1-800-328-8251 and we can help you select the best unit for your needs.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2015-06-16

How do you clean it when using oil based paints or stains?

Asked by: michael1955
If you are spraying an oil based product you will want to clean up with mineral spirits. If you would like to call us at (800)328-8251 we can answer any additional questions.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2015-01-19

Flexio 590 or EZ Tilt Pro

I'm getting ready to paint my one story brick house(2100 sq ft). I need to spot prime it in areas the pressure washer took the old paint down to the surface(a lot of the mortar). Then I plan to use SW latex Super Paint. I'm trying to understand which would be the better spray painter for the job(flexio 590 or EZ TIlt Pro or if something else is better). Can you please help? Does it make a difference if I would like to stain a deck after the painting is done....would that make a difference on which one I should choose? Thanks for your guidance.
Asked by: Theroes
For use with Super Paint or a deck stain both sprayers should be sufficient. The Flexio 590 offers greater versatility and flexibility as it is the much more adjustable unit where you can change the spray pattern direction, size, flow rate, turbine speed etc. For many applications, this greater flexibility is helpful.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2014-05-30

Power Painter Pro with EZ Tilt using LATEX PAINT

Because of your Video I bought Power Painter Pro with EZ Tilt to primarily use with LATEX Paint. Received today, but I have left the box is unopened because what is written on the box REALLY CONCERNS ME. On the left side of the box at the bottom it reads "SPRAYS ULTRA THIN LATEX"! Other than here there is no mention anywhere in your ads, videos, and manual that LATEX PAINT HAS TO BE REDUCED TO ULTRA THIN consistency! Is this an error or one of those Sales Tricks of "Buyer Beware, you mean you didn't read the ULTRA THIN PRINT??? AHHH GOTTA! What gives?? Crater Lake Jim
Asked by: CraterLakeJim
I'm sorry but I cannot find on the box where it says this. The only thing I can find is where it says "sprays unthinned latex." Some thicker latex paints or those containing primer may require some thinning, however most latex paints will spray without requiring thinning of the material. Please give us a call at 1-800-328-8251 if we can help answer any questions.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-12-27

Where we buy this product in India and how much cost in INR?

Its available in 230 volt AC range or we purchase converter 230 to120V?
Asked by: Surendra
This unit cannot be operated on 230 Volt AC. Please visit www.wagner-group.com for products and distributors in your region.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-10-29

Is there a good place to buy parts.

Does anybody know a dependable place to get parts. I can't find anything but the atomizer valve. Is there a good place, preferably online, to get parts for the EZ-Tilt models. I've tried many big box stores, WW Granger, and online can can't find even the lubricating oil.
Asked by: Loki
You can purchase parts for the EZ Tilt power painters directly from Wagner. Our phone number is (800)328-8251. We do not sell parts online though.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-10-22

Can this spray a polyurethane paint?

I have a urethane boat point (Interlux Brightside) with a flash point of 104 F and thinner with a flashpoint of 78 F. Can this sprayer be used to spray the paint safely? They recommend spraying it with an airless gun at 2500 psi with a tip size of .013" - .016".
Asked by: karl
Given those specs of the particular paint I do believe you'll be able to spray it with the Wagner Power Painter Pro with EZ Tilt. It will spray both latex as well as oil-based materials. Both flash points are high enough to be safely sprayed. A flash point under 70 degrees is when materials can be dangerous to spray.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-10-22

differences between Wagner 0525029 and 0525027?

Asked by: Rocket
The 0525027 is the Power Painter Plus with EZ Tilt, the 0525029 is the Power Painter Pro with EZ Tilt. The Plus model is just as it appears in the picture. It has two settings, paint and stain, and is rated for 6.6 gallons per hour. The Pro comes with two additional accessories (not pictured); the suction extension assembly which allows you to pull paint right out of a gallon can of paint, as well as backpack that can be used to put paint in and used with the suction extension assembly. They are both useful with larger projects so that you do not have to fill the paint container as often. The other differences with the Pro is it is rated for 8.0 gallons per hour and has an electronic material selector as well as electronic speed controls. This basically gives you additional power and speed settings that the Plus model does not have.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-10-22

Do you make an extension to allow painting of deep bores i.e.3 feet

Asked by: ACpainter
No, there isn't an tip extension available for this style of machine.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2013-10-22
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