Control Pro 170 Sprayer

$ 329.99
The Wagner Control Pro 170 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 .60 horsepower HEA pump can spray unthinned coatings with a rebuildable fluid section that maximizes sprayer life. It is backed by the industry’s best and longest warranty.

Videos

HEA Control Pro 170 Overview
HEA Control Pro 170 Overview Video
Wagner Control Pro Sprayer Setup
Wagner Control Pro Sprayer Setup Video

Features

  • 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
  • 30' hose
  • Industry’s best and longest two-year warranty
0.33
Gallons/Minute
0.017"
Max. Tip Size
0.60
Horsepower
300
Gallons/Year
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Parts and Accessories

P/N 0580614
Control Pro 50' HEA Hose

Control Pro 50' HEA Hose

$41.99
Was: $59.99
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P/N 0580601
Control Pro Spray Gun for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro Spray Gun for HEA Sprayers

$76.30
Was: $109.00
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P/N 0580603
Control Pro 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 0580605
Control Pro 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 0580606
Control Pro 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

Control Pro 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 353-311
ControlMax 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 311 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 353-413
ControlMax 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 413 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 353-515
ControlMax 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 515 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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P/N 353-517
ControlMax 517 Tip for HEA Sprayers

ControlMax 517 Tip for HEA Sprayers

$24.99
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Control Pro 170 is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Sprayer For All Projects! This sprayer is a great addition to my painting tools. I have always just hand painted and rolled almost everything. I bought a smaller paint sprayer, but was always frustrated by how little surface area I got covered before I had to refill the reservoir. It was also very heavy and hard on my wrist when I first filled it. With this paint sprayer all of those issues went out the window. It was very easy to setup initially and was super easy to get it loaded and primed and ready to spray. The first project I used it on was a bunch of doors throughout a home. In the past I had tried to spray them to only end up with runs in the paint and problems on the edges of getting them covered with paint without it being too thick. So I had resorted to painting doors by hand and that is time consuming when they are 6 panel doors with a wood grain finish. I used my new sprayer and was instantly amazed about how easy it was. It sprayed very evenly and allowed me to get paint into all of the crevices in the door without any problems. I also ended up with not a single paint run on any door I painted. Another problem with most sprayers is the cleanup. That is not the case with this sprayer. It was very easy to cleanup and make sure that everything was absolutely clean before putting it away. Overall this is a great paint sprayer and I am proud to have it as part of my painting arsenal.
Date published: 2018-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect performance! What a great paint sprayer this is! I am impressed with the ease of use, clean up and all the features. Wonderful product. Can’t wait to find more projects to use it on. I painted a small rocker and it was so much nicer then using a brush. Thank you!
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressive sprayer delivers good results on first I recently obtained a Control Pro 170. I have years of experience using compressor driven spray guns and also own a Wagner Flexio 890 HVLP system that I’ve used hundreds of times but I had never tried a high- pressure spray unit before. This was a first for me and I was anxious to try it. The unit I received arrived by package service. The box it was packed in was stout and provided good protection during transit. Documentation The documentation provided with the unit is well written. It uses minimal words to get the points across. The included drawings are especially good. Several things could be improved however: • The manual’s safety section is fairly typical. Some warnings in the section should be repeated in other appropriate areas. (Ex. Under cleaning the unit, repeat the warning about cleaning with halogenated hydrocarbon solvents.) • Each section includes a list of items needed, but the list could be more complete. (Ex. Under cleaning outlet valve, if an item must be torqued, then a torque wrench should really be listed in the list of needed tools). • A set of picks would be convenient when servicing the inlet valve. • O-ring sizes and materials should be included in the documentation. Assembly and familiarization Out of the box, the Control Pro 170 is easy to assemble. The real good thing about the assembly is that it is mostly intuitive. The assembled unit is lightweight and easy to move around. A recommendation to all users new to the product: Take the time to read the manual and familiarize yourself with the unit and procedures. It doesn’t take long and the time spent is paid back on first use. I didn’t particularly care for the assembly of the hose to the gun. Here one must rotate the gun to attach the hose; that’s awkward. It would have been preferred to have had a swivel connection on the hose to connect to the gun. Additionally, it would have been nice to have had the hose connect at the base of the grip rather than just behind the tip. It’s more of an irritation rather than an issue. The only issue I had during assembly is that one of the tool box access doors would not lock. This isn’t a big deal but should be looked at. Wording on the PRIME/SPRAY knob can’t be easily read because knob and lettering are all the same color. It’s a minor thing only since the knob has an included pointer. This only has an affect during unit familiarization. Recommendations to manufacturer: For safety, it would be nice to place a sticker on the unit showing the depressurization procedure. The graphics as shown on page 9 of the manual are sufficient for this. First Use Prior to first use, I familiarized myself with the unit and procedures. I operated the unit using water as the spray material. Straight away, one of the first things I noticed about he unit is that it had very little vibration and it stayed where it was placed, even on prime. When the unit was in spray mode, it was very quiet. I had read a few comments regarding difficulties with priming the unit, however, in my experience, the unit primed exactly as stated in the book. No difficulties. On the first job, I sprayed a medium sized closet space with uncut drywall PVA. This included the ceiling and wall. I anticipated that cleanup could be a bit messy so working on a tarp outside of the spray area, I put the bucket of the PVA inside of a larger bucket. I then placed the unit above this. By setting up like this, I could disconnect the suction hose from the unit at the end of the job and allow it to stay in the bucket without making a mess while I moved everything to the cleanup area. Not very eloquent, but it worked. The length of hose provided is more than sufficient to handle any job either interior or exterior on my house. What I really liked is that I didn’t have to carry the paint supply with me. That can get so tiring when using a gun/cup system while working off of a ladder. While spraying, I noticed the following: • The manufacturer’s claim of significantly less overspray is absolutely true. I can easily compare the results from the Control Pro 170 to what I would expect from my other systems. • The quality of the coverage and overall job is much better than with other systems I have used. • The time to spray is greatly reduced compared to the other systems. During the job, I lost prime two times. It was not issue at all. I depressed the pusher stem a few times then switched to PRIME for a few seconds then back to SPRAY. Note: I was not able to recover prime until I depressed the pusher stem. Since I was painting the ceiling, it would have been nice to have had a tip extender. Even though these are listed in the book with part numbers, I have not been able to locate one either online or in a store that carries the Control Pro 170. The product I was spraying required a control setting no greater than 1. I was somewhat concerned because I ended up spraying more product than I had budgeted. After looking at the problem, I found several reasons for this: One reason was related to the space, another reason was related to the user (me) and a third was related to the spray unit. The unit was actually putting out more product than I had intended, even at a setting of 1. I stopped the job about half way through and found a position on the control knob midway between 0 and 1 where the unit appeared to put out less. I finished the job on this setting and used a much more reasonable volume of product. Recommendations to manufacturer: I would like to see more low flow control. For the average DIY guy, the paint projects he/she does usually don’t have the same time constraints as those of the professional. Since paint isn’t exactly cheap, having some lower flow rate options will allow the user to balance between time and economics. Cleanup No surprise here, I thought cleanup may be a bit messy, and I wasn’t disappointed. However, this was my first time actually cleaning up the system so this was to be expected. Like all systems, cleanup will get faster and easier as the user gets more experienced with it. On a positive note, cleanup was not difficult at all especially since I had sprayed a water-based product. The procedures as listed in the book work fine. Overall impression: This unit shows a lot of promise and delivers good results. I’m actually quite impressed. This particular spray unit I believe is better suited for larger jobs. Any job where walls will be painted would be that job. Painting multiple doors at one time would also be a good job. A small job such as painting a single door casing/frame would be finished in minutes and be a better candidate for a gun and cup type system. I have an upcoming job in the near future and hope to verify that I have my flow issue resolved. I am just as anxious to try the unit on this job as I was on the first job. It’s one of the few paint projects I’m looking forward to. Pending outcome of that job, I rate this unit a 4 out of 5. Well done!
Date published: 2018-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from HEA airless I received an HEA airless as a test product. I have used a lot of different brand sprayers. This sprayer is very simple to use and set up. The trigger is smooth on and off. Lays paint very smooth. It is very light weight. Easy to carry and easy to move. Only drawback, there is not a swivel between the gun and hose. Overall it's a great sprayer.
Date published: 2018-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Machine This was very user friendly. Controlling the spray was easy. The flexibility to spray in any direction was outstanding.
Date published: 2018-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sprayer Easy set up Easy Clean up I got the Wagner Control Pro 170 a couple weeks ago. I am staining and sealing a large privacy fence. The sprayer was very easy to set up. The instructions were very clear and concise. I did some practice spraying on some cardboard as the instructions suggested. I picked up spaying with it pretty quickly. I can't believe how well it works compared to my old sprayer. Coverage is very good and the great thing is I can spray right out of the 5 gallon bucket. Clean up was also very easy. My next project I am planning is to paint my stucco house. I am looking forward to using the Control pro on that project also.
Date published: 2018-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool This appears to be much better built than the last version I had. I’m looking forward to using it in a larger project..
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for the DIY'er or the semi-Pro I recently decided to sell my home and paid a contractor to paint the exterior. Thousands of dollars later, I decided to paint the interior myself. I rolled 2,000 square feet of walls, but decided to paint the doors. Well, we had about 26 doors to paint. I brush painted one and knew there had to be a better solution. That's where the Control Pro 170 came in to play. The first door I brush painted took 3 coats and about 2.5 days with drying time and such. Then we got the Control Pro and setup a booth (cardboard boxes) outside and set up an assembly. the first door took days, the remained 25'ish Painted with the Control Pro took a few hours and only 1 coat. I SAVED DAYS, and saved paint which all equals money and time. The Control Pro 170 is well worth its weight in gold! I would highly recommend it. Pros: - Affordable - Portability, lightweight, easy to handle - finish quality is great Complaint: - None really. Only thing that bugged me was that one door of the top storage can't open all the way because of the handle. Doesn't really cause an issue, just an annoyance to me
Date published: 2018-02-22
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Is it required to dilute common household paints to use this sprayer, or is it assemble, and spray? Asking for common household paint (interior).

Asked by: cgamble12
Thinning is not required when using latex paint in our HEA sprayers!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-12

Will the control Pro 170 spray roofing paint such as one would paint a tin roof with

Asked by: JustMe
The HEA sprayers only go up to a 19/1000 tip size. Most elastomeric paints require 21/1000 or larger. We do not suggest using the HEA with elastomeric paints. For details about sprayers that can, call us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-09-05

is it helpful to spray putty on wall and roof ??

Asked by: JITENDRA
The Control Pro line of sprayers are made to spray paint, not putty. That would be too thick to pump and spray through our airless paint sprayers, sorry.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-07-02

Can you use sealants for fences and decks. I bought a Wagner today that was like a $100 it worked great but the container kept blowing off

Asked by: Youngin
Any water based or oil based paints, stains and finishes are fine. Call tech support about the container at 800-328-8251. We will need to know which sprayer you have.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-06-20

Does spray gun and tips come with the 170 sprayer or it should be purchase separatly?

Asked by: Robert Sarrasin
It's a complete system, including the spray gun and 515 tip. For more info call us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-05-30

Can I use the Control Pro 170 to apply latex primer to walls an ceiling?

Asked by: Mike_pr
That's an excellent use of the Control Pro 170. Ceilings are always difficult, but the Control Pro will make fast work of it!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-04-17

hi can I ask what is included inside the box ? and can you do shipement to UAE dubai ? do you have any seller there ? Thanks

Asked by: Samnew
Here is a link to our international site where you can locate someone near to your home. https://www.wagner-group.com/en/consumer/service/service-for-consumers/servicenumbers-international/
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2018-04-06

What is rebuildable fluid action? Oil reservoir?

Asked by: Customer
The fluid section housing the inlet and outlet valves that control the priming and building of pressure. If any of the components the fluid section wear out, they are replaceable to get your sprayer up and running again without having to but a whole new sprayer. About the oil reservoir, there isn't one located in the Control Pro sprayers. We do recommend running light household oil through the unit to lubricate the internal components for future use. Please contact our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251 if you have any other questions or needs.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-09-23
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