Control Pro 150 Sprayer

$ 299.99
The Control Pro 150 High Efficiency Airless™ takes the fear out of airless spraying, making it easier to paint like a pro.

The HEA system’s new tip technology decreases overspray by up to 55 percent while delivering softer spray, improving control and providing a more-consistent finish.

The durable and powerful airless paint sprayer .55 horsepower HEA pump can spray unthinned coatings with a rebuildable fluid section that maximizes sprayer life and is backed by the industry’s best and longest warranty.


Control Pro 150, 170, 190 Setup
Control Pro 150, 170, 190 Setup Video
Control Pro 150, 170, 190 Prime Tip
Control Pro 150, 170, 190 Prime Tip Video


  • Max operating pressure: 1500 PSI
  • Decreases overspray up to 55 percent compared to standard airless sprayers
  • Softer spray improves control for a more-consistent finish
  • Durable pump lasts up to 3x longer than competitive sprayers
  • The easy-to-replace fluid section maximizes sprayer life
  • Sureflo Pusher Valve ensures priming every time
  • 25' hose
  • Industry’s best and longest two-year warranty
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Parts and Accessories

P/N 0580614
Control Pro 50' HEA Hose

Control Pro 50' HEA Hose

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P/N 0580601
Control Pro Spray Gun for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro Spray Gun for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 0580603
Control Pro 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 0580605
Control Pro 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 0580606
Control Pro 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 353-311
ControlMax 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 353-413
ControlMax 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 353-515
ControlMax 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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P/N 353-517
ControlMax 517 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 517 Tip for HEA Sprayers

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Control Pro 150 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I purchased this sprayer after disappointment with another worked beautifully , and sprayed just as they said that it would. It was also very easy to clean ! Also, much less expensive than the other sprayer.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Powerful Sprayer with Practice I am undergoing a complete home renovation and was looking for a sprayer that would make my life easier to repaint and entire house. Given the multitude of uses I was able to use the sprayer for I can confidently list the Pro's and Con's I found with this sprayer. The sprayer is lightweight and very portable, the hose for the sprayer gun is a really good length which when transporting can make it a little cumbersome, but this is not a problem given the length gives you excellent flexibility to move around large spaces without dragging the main unit. The power cord is very short so you definitely will need to pack an extension cord for convenience. Overall the sprayer is well designed and built very sturdy. Has a convenient handle for carrying and is very easy to assemble and use. The feed tubing is pre-bent to fit in a 5 gallon bucket which is convenient to keep it from wiggling around while in use. It has a cover over the end so it will not suck up any lumps or particles. Now to the actual use. First thing that is noticeable when you turn it on, is the unit is LOUD. Best to pack some headphones or earplugs while using, it also does have a lot of vibration, which you will need to be very sure to tighten the sprayer hose to the unit with a wrench. If it is not tight enough it will loosen and you will end up with a leak and paint all over the area you sat the sprayer. Once you get spraying the unit does an AMAZING job. It sprays very even and precise. Excellent power in the unit without being overwhelming. Novices will need to practice getting their distancing right and not give in to the urge to move closer and continuously go over sprayed areas, this will cause you to over paint and end up with runs. After a little practice you will find the unit is top notch at getting nice even coats on the first pass. This is a huge time and paint saver once you get the hang of it. A big key to being happy with this sprayer is prep work. I don't recommend using this sprayer in small enclosed areas unless you take the time to remove or cover anything you don't want to get covered by over-spray. In larger spaces and open areas, this sprayer is amazing and you will likely be very pleased with the results. Cleaning the unit is a bit laborsome, you will need to have a bucket to hold clean water in and spray the unit to clean every piece. Wagner may want to consider a water hose connection in the future to make cleanup easier. It is also difficult to clean the hose to for the sprayer and you likely will have water stuck in the hose unless you take an extra 15-20 minutes to run air through the unit and let it spray out. Overall I think this sprayer is an excellent investment to get intermediate painters through large projects. It will save tons of time and money with a little preparation and practice. Great product from Wagner!
Date published: 2018-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My bottom line: easy to use for a great finish I admit it ---I’m as lazy as the next guy. I absolutely hate to clean up after painting. So if I’m going to paint a medium-sized room, a bookcase, or even a fence, my tendency will be to grab a brush and standard roller, especially if I want the control that a brush gives me; I just won’t be interested in the work involved to set up and clean a paint sprayer. NOT SO FAST!!!! Yes, brushing can help “work” paints and stains into cracks and irregular surfaces, but, so can a sprayer. In fact, a sprayer can do a much better job. Paint sprayers are frequently advertised as time savers, but their real value is the way a good sprayer actually drives the paint into the material, enabling a better seal. I’ll even argue that, based on my experience, to paint or stain a rough surface, like an older wooden fence, or a deck, you’ll have better and longer-lasting results with the right sprayer. I’ve worked with other paint sprayers over the past 5 years, and therefore was eager to try Wagner’s Control Pro. I tested the 150 model which is the junior member in the series. It has less horsepower, a shorter hose, and more plastic in its construction, but its basic appearance and operation is the same as its Control Pro siblings. WHAT I LOVE: For my test, I sprayed an interior latex paint onto a large wooden shelving unit. Once I became comfortable with the machine, I really enjoyed using it. The Spray Gun itself is easy to hold for long periods of time and the 25 feet of hose length was ample. The gun is nimble – I was able to reach into tight spaces and still get a nice spray. The resulting paint finish is pretty – coverage is unbelievably even and smooth. I was able to get a really nice coat on the skinny board edges as well as on the long, wide stretches of shelving. Getting paint into routed grooves was incredibly easy: I was able to apply “just enough” paint to get good coverage. With other sprayers, I usually get paint runs from trying to cover the multi-dimensional surface. I suspect my success was because of the Spray Tip design. The Control Pro offers 7 different Spray Tips, each designed for different coating materials – the lower-numbered Tips are for thinner materials, such as clear stains, while the higher numbers are for oils and exterior paints. However, for the home owner who has only an occasional need for a sprayer, this feature might be a drawback: having to buy 2 or 3 more Spray Tips, that retail about $20 apiece, would probably be unexpected and upsetting. Other sprayers that I’ve used, like the Flexio, have a dial adjustment built into the gun, and don’t require special Spray Tips. Other great things: Assembly of the unit is very easy. The drawings are very detailed and precise. The How-to Videos are short and concise. The Quick-Start Guide boils instructions down to the essence. The Owner’s Manual is written by someone fluent in English, unlike many that I’ve seen these days. WHAT I WOULD CHANGE I needed a pair of pliers to install the hose clamp, and that tool is not stated as one that is needed, so I would add that to the list. Also, the hose clamp on the 150 is all plastic, which, in my opinion, is a poor design choice. Clamps are meant to come off and go back on; plastic inevitably breaks in those circumstances. A metal clamp would be better. I also would provide at least 3 different Spray Tips with the unit. The unit ships with the middle-of-the-range 515 tip, which is not recommended for stains. I would be upset if I bought this unit to stain a deck and found that I had to go back to the store to get the appropriate Spray Tip. I also find fault with the sequence of assembly steps. Both the Quick Start Guide and the Owner’s Manual describe steps such as attaching the hose, but make no reference to priming and testing for suction. Instead, these are in the “Notice! Read Before Using” instructions. To test and prime means undoing steps performed in assembly. It would make much more sense to declare the suction test as number 1 in the assembly instructions. Also, the step to place the white inlet filter cap over the end of the suction tube needs to be added in the sequence. When I was spraying, the motor shut off almost immediately, and that unnerved me. Although the Owner’s Manual does state that the motor cycling on and off is normal, the Quick Start Guide does not make mention of this. To me this is such an important factor that I think it should appear in boldface type in both the Owner’s Manual, and the Quick Start Guide. Clean up is not complicated, but it does require some time. For me, that clean-up effort means that a sprayer is not warranted for any project requiring less than 2 gallons of material. The suction tube is pretty rigid, and fits over the rim of a 5-gallon tub, but just barely. To use a 5 -gallon tub with the current tube size, I would probably rig a stand for the body of the sprayer. It would be simpler to make the tube a little more flexible and a little longer. BOTTOM LINE: This is a great sprayer--it produces a great finish, is easy to use, and has a marvelous spray gun. For medium to large-sized home-owner projects, I recommend it highly.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for large projects Wagner sent me the Control Pro 150 Sprayer to review, and I used it to paint the walls and ceiling of two rooms (13x11 and 11x12) in my home. It was easy to setup, but I had trouble priming it at first. I followed the instructions which stated, "Use water to free the outlet value", and then I was able to prime it. I used a lot of paint on the first room, but after making some adjustment to the setting control knob, I got nice event paint flow on the second room. I like the idea that the sprayer does not run all the time, and the air is not blowing all the time like with the hand sprayer. I also liked how easy it was to paint the celling. You use less paint with this sprayer, which will save you some money. Cleaning after use was easy. I removed the inlet and return hoses to clean them individually, along with the spray gun and nozzle after following the clearing process in the manual. I will be using this sprayer for large projects, and the Flexio 590 Sprayer for small projects.
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thank you Wagner Overall I am impressed with this unit. Assembly was easy and straight forward. The unit is pretty easy to use. The manual is simple, yet well written and easy to understand. I would recommend that Wagner print the page about tightening the hoses on yellow paper or make the words red or add flashing lights for those of us that think we're Einstein. Failure to tighten the hoses causes a very large mess. The Prime / Spray nob shows which direction to turn it for their individual settings, but it would have been nice if there was an indication as to which position it's in other than the pictures in the manual. I am giving a good vs excellent on this based on missing accessories. A couple, cheap tools added for tightening the connections or the cleanup disassembly and a small brush would have made this excellent. I definitely recommend this unit, but advise the newbies to start with outside products.
Date published: 2018-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made life simple Received the Wagner Control Pro 150 about 3 months ago, just started using it 4 days ago. Husband and I have just purchased a new home over 7000sq feet. I had gotten quotes from professional painters and almost wanted to cry due to the cost of painting. Ceilings are 20 ft high with detail, which added to the cost. I am so happy with my decision of doing the painting myself and with the Pro 150 it is making painting so easy and enjoyable. In four days I have completed 3 rooms. Spray is consistent, and great coverage after I got the hang of it. I even did the molding around the ceilings with thanks to the 25 foot hose that comes with it. No need to buy an extra hose that is longer. Everything you need but the paint is in the box. The Wagner Pro 150 is an excellent machine to have even for the beginner, it’s user friendly, lightweight and very durable, clean up is even an easy job. Made painting a room fast and easy. I would recommend to everyone if your planning on painting one room to an entire house before hiring anyone to do the job for you get the Pro 150 and do it yourself you won’t regret it. You’ll want to paint your entire house. Can’t wait till the fall I’m going to attempt to paint my overhangs on the exterior. Hope You enjoy your Pro 150 as much as I have so far!
Date published: 2018-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing how fast this works I own a large property with a wooden stockade fence enclosing it. Previously used both a hand pump sprayer and an electric hand held device. The Contro; pro 150 cut my working time in half. Easy to use and to clean.
Date published: 2018-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lightweigt and portable for home use. Wagner sent me this product for review and I finally got a chance to use it setting it up is very easy just attach the hoses and prime it. You can go throug a lot of paint if your not careful when setting the control knob it's just a matter of getting use to how much paint you need to spray the lower the setting you can use the the least amount of paint you will use. it painted very evenly and the pump is not always on so you don't have to hear it all the time. Cleaning it after use is not as easy as a hand held Wagner spray gun as more water is require to be ran through in order to get the hoses clean, I did remove the inlet and return hoses to clean them individually as the spray gun and nozzle. I think cleaning brushes should be included in the package for cleaning the nozzle and the spray gun, I used a tooth brush for cleaning them. For painting a large area like the outside of the house or a large room this sprayer is great but for a small area I still prefer the hand held Wagner gun for ease of cleaning.
Date published: 2018-07-05
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Can you use even number fine finish tips on this sprayer? The reason I ask is that this machine can run 1000psi and that is the recommended pressure for FF work in an airless sprayer.

Asked by: JoeLau
The Control Pro 150 comes with a 515 tip for spraying latex paint. You can get a 413, 313, 311 or 211 for various finishes. Call us to order at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-08-09

will you ship this model to the uk

Asked by: matthew t123
We serve the Americas only. For international help you can try this link. , For further help you can call us at 1-800-328-8251, thanks for your inquiry!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-07-12

What all does this come with or is it ready to spray a house?

Asked by: Ashley1783
It is ready to spray a house. It has the pump, tank, fluid hose and gun with latex spray tip. Ready to go right out of the box! For help setting it up call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-07-02

Can the Wagner pro 150, spray stain

Asked by: Mante
Wagner Control Pro 150 will spray water-based or oil-based paints or stains. 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 at which a fluid can produce enough vapor to ignite. You need to determine which spray tip to use. The tip size is determined by the coating manufacturer. It may be found in the application section listed on the label of the can or bucket of paint. If it is not listed on the can or bucket, you can call the paint manufacturer and ask them for the recommended tip size. Our technical support team will able to assist you and our phone number is 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-06-11

Will the 150 pro spray thick exterior paint with the factory tip? We are using water based exterior acrylic latex on siding. The container says not to thin the paint but does not give a recommended tip size.

Asked by: Curtis
When latex house paint does not specify the tip size you can assume a 0.015", which is what comes with the Control Pro 150. And, yes, regular household exterior latex paint should work fine, without thinning. Good luck with your project.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-04-22

Can the Control Pro 150 be used with a 50' hose? (Or would I need to move up to the 190?)

Asked by: kermit
Yes you can, 50' of hose is not a problem for the Control Pro 150.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-04-18

this tipe high presure and less paint,can we use for paint tank fuel ?

Asked by: david galstaun
We do not suggest using any of our paint sprayers to atomize and spray any fuel products. For technical assistance call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-04-01

Can it paint 2k finishes on kitchen cabinets 

Asked by: JJ1988
As long as it cleans up with water or mineral spirits, it's fine. However, it also needs to be cleaned out quickly and you'll use a lot of thinner to do that. For this type of fine finishing HVLP is suggested as there is 60% less overspray, cleanup is easier and you have more control. For system suggestions call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-03-27

if I buy product Wagner paint spray from USA can I used it in England because the power in USA is 110v up to 120 but in England the power voltage is 220v up to 230

Asked by: salim
Our office works with equipment distributed in North, Central, and South America. If you need assistance with parts, troubleshooting, or finding a distributor in your area please visit our International link here,
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-03-22

Hello wagner community Wagner control pro line up Can it spray skim coat if not do you have a skim sprayer for larger projects Thank you Best regards

Asked by: Zaki
We do not suggest the use of our paint sprayer for skim coat material. We make a texture sprayer that would do a great job -
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-03-05

Dear Madam/Sir, Can I use this device (Control Pro 150 Sprayer) with anti-fouling yacht paint? This kind of paint needs xylene or ethyl benzene thinner.

Asked by: Georgios
No, you cannot spray or clean with liquids having a flash point of less than 38ºC (100ºF).
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-02-11

hi could you please tell what's the difference between pro 150 and pro 250 thanks

Asked by: evildude
Our Control Pro 150 is equipped with a 15 amp minimum circuit and designed to be used with 115volt, 60HZ current. The Control Pro 250M is equipped with 550W, 230V 50Hz.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-02-22

Hi, i live in Singapore and the type of paint i will be using is Nippon Paint. May i know what's recommended size of tip suitable for the Nippon Paint? Do you all do the delivery to Singapore and how do we handle the repair with the warranty?

Asked by: Loke An
The Control Pro 190 series designed for the U.S is for use on a 120 Volt circuit. If you need a sprayer for 220volt, you can find a dealer or see our We don't deliver to Singapore.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-10-26

Work with Spray Guide Accessory Tool for All Airless Paint Sprayer??

Asked by: Luism
Yes they will work together just fine.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-10-18

Can I use this gun with polythene paint with hardener? The power is using normal socket 3 pin plug? Tq

Asked by: Yunos
Water based and oil based paints, stains and finishes are fine in any Wagner branded product. Sprayers should be purchased in the country where they are to be used. In USA they are 120 V. Here is a link to our international page where you can find help closer to home -
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-10-11

How good is this sprayer at doing smaller jobs?  I plan on spraying my fence with sealer once a year, and the only other big job I have is spraying the interior of my almost completed 3rd car garage.  Other than that I’ll use it for smaller projects.

Asked by: Nick79
It's really fast on small projects. If you mean woodworking type projects, this may be overkill. If you mean the outside of your shed, this is perfect. For "fine" finishing projects we have other sprayers that would work better. Call us to discuss your options at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-12

Is this prodect available in India

Asked by: Hini
Here is a link to our international site where you can find help closer to home -
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-11

I will be staining my fence with this, the tip that comes with it is more for paint correct? Should I purchase a smaller tip like the 311 or 211 what is the best tip for stain?

Asked by: Kochy
Tip size is suggested by the paint or stain manufacturer. On the back of the can, under application, it will tell you what size tip to use. The 415 that came with your sprayer gives you an 8" wide pattern and 15/1000 tip size. A 311 gives you a 6" wide pattern and an 11/1000 tip size. You can chose the width you want, but you can't chose the tip size, it must match what is suggested. If you can does not have a suggestion, use a 15/1000 tip. For more help contact us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-05

Can it support 220v?

Asked by: Li p
All of the tools we make and sell in the USA are 110V, we also sell tools in other countries that are set up for their 220V current. Here is our international site link where you can find help closer to home -
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-08-14

Trying to use latex Zinsser Primer w/ConPro150. Set up went fine but when I sprayed w/515 tip, prime was quickly lost & paint had thin stream on edges/nothing in middle of pattern. Mfctr recommends .017 tip w/2000-2500 PSI. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Asked by: Russell
The tip size needs to match the manufacturer suggestion, in this case your tip is too small. We have a 517, #0580608, just call us to place an order. 800-328-8251
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-08-03

What is the best way to switch from oil based coating to water baed coating in the airless?

Asked by: Corgz
Clean the system with mineral spirits, then rinse with water before switching to water based paint. It simple.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-07-23

Will it spray Shermin Williams elastomeric exterior?

Asked by: RodS
Thanks for your inquiry. Take a look at the recommended tip size that the paint manufacturer has listed on the can in the application section. It should list a recommended size or range of tip sizes. The maximum size the Control Pro 150 can support is .015. Most elastomeric paint will require a larger tip size so it likely will not work. For more help give us a call at 800-328-8251, thanks for contacting Wagner!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-07-18

What size is a 515? I need a .015 tip size.

Asked by: Sailor310
A 515 is a .015" tip that gives you a 10" wide pattern from 12" away. A 413 is a .013" tip that gives you an 8" wide pattern from 12" away. A 211 is a .011" tip that gives you a 4" wide pattern from 12" away.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-02

Where can I purchase a sprayer extension for model 150

Asked by: Jays
We have them in stock, call us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-06-20

Where can I purchase a tip extension x5 ?

Asked by: Jays
We have them in stock, give us a call for pricing at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-06-20

What makes is a high efficiency gun with 55% less over spray. If it's just reduced pressure and tip design does it have limitations when compared to a modern airless sprayer that can operate at up to 3000 psi.

Asked by: gap57
The lower pressure is what creates less overspray, 1600 psi instead of 3000 psi. The only limitation we put on it is overspray, otherwise it will spray most latex and oil based paints, stains and finishes. To see what it can do here is a page with some video's on it - For more details, call us at technical support 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-05-11

what type of tip is recommend when using an interior paint and primer in one?

Asked by: jeff706
The tip size you should use is determined by the coating manufacturer so you can check the back of the can under application or call the coating manufacturer and ask them. 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: 2018-03-17

Is this sprayer a good choice for painting interior walls with Behr Marquee Satin Enamel paint? Or interior walls in general?

Asked by: Lane
The Control Pro is an excellent choice for interior wall painting when fast application is required. Most latex and enamel wall paints are just fine. Make sure to match the tip size to the paint. For more info contact us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2018-02-27

Can you spray Kilz 2 latex primer with this sprayer or does it have to be thinned?

Asked by: bradley47
Kilz suggests a fluid pressure of 2,500 - 3,200 psi and a Tip size of .015" - .021". The HEA has a maximum output of 1600 psi so it may struggle a little. The Control Pro 190 with the .019" tip would do better. For more info contact us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2018-02-26

How much Psi,Weight and wattage ??? can i used with mixture of 4 liter oil paint with 2 liter petrol throwing from the distance of 40cm ???

Asked by: Raja Haseeb
Here is a link with all of the pertinent information on the Control Pro 150 HEA sprayer from Wagner. It weighs 13.5 lbs. Only water based and oil based paints can be sprayed with Wagner sprayers, thinned with the proper thinners, if needed. Water for water based paints and mineral spirits/white spirits/paint thinner for oil based paint. Here is a link to find help closer to home -
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2018-02-07
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