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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...

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What is a difference between Control Series and FLEXiO Series?

A) The Control Series Sprayers are for staining and finishing small to medium sized projects and are capable of spraying low viscosity coatings. B) The FLEXiO Series Sprayers are a flexible solution for any type of...

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Can I spray paint with the Control Series?

A) The Control Spray Max and the Control Stainer 350 will spray some latex paints. B) Primer and latex paint & primer in one are not recommended to be used in the Control Series.

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Can I spray oil base products?

The Control series will spray both water-based and oil-based products.

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Can I spray the ceiling with the FLEXiO series?

A)  Yes, you can. As long as the sprayer is not tipped more than a 45 degree angle using the FLEXiO handheld Material could get into the turbine and performance can be decreased. B)  For ceilings, the...

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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...

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What should I use to clean my Control Series sprayer?

When cleaning, use the appropriate cleaning solution (warm, soapy water for latex materials; mineral spirits for oil-based materials). Always check the back of the paint container for appropriate cleaning solution. Please see our helpful clean-up video...

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What should I use to clean my FLEXiO sprayer?

When cleaning, use the appropriate cleaning solution (warm, soapy water for latex materials; mineral spirits for oil-based materials). Always check the back of the paint container for appropriate cleaning solution. For more information on cleaning your...

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What types of coatings can be sprayed through the HEA sprayers?

A) The HEA Sprayers will spray water or oil-based paints and stains. B) Do not spray or clean with liquids having a flash point of less than 38ºC (100ºF). Flash point is the temperature at which a fluid...

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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...

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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.

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What spray tips are compatible with the HEA sprayers?

Only Wagner and Titan HEA spray tips are compatible with the HEA sprayers.

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How long of a spray hose can I use on the HEA sprayers?

The maximum hose length for each sprayer is double the length that it came with.

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Can the FLEXiO series be used with 220volt?

The FLEXiO 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 220volt Wagner version.

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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.

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Is the FLEXiO series recommended for indoor and outdoor use?

Yes, the FLEXiO series are indoor and outdoor sprayers.

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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.

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Where can I get parts for my Control Series?

Parts can be purchased through online distributors, Wagner Online or by calling us directly at 1-800-328-8251.

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Where can I get parts for my FLEXiO series?

Parts can be purchase through online distributors, Wagner online or by calling us direct at 1-800-328-8251.

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Can the HEA sprayer be used with 220volt?

The HEA sprayers are equipped with a 15 amp minimum circuit and designed to be used with 115volt, 60HZ current. If you need a sprayer internationally you can find a dealer or see our 220volt Wagner...

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Can I use the HEA sprayer to paint my car?

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.

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Is there a roller attachment available for the HEA sprayers?

There is no roller attachment available for the HEA sprayers.

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Can the HEA sprayers be used with a 5 gallon bucket?

Yes, all Control Pro and ControlMax sprayers can be used with a one or five gallon container.

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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...

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How do I know what size 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...

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Can you use extensions with the HEA sprayers?

Yes, you can use Wagner and Titan extension up to 24”.

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Is there a swivel available for the HEA sprayers?

There is a filter/swivel assembly available for purchase, contact customer service at 1-800-328-8251.

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Where can I get parts or accessories for the HEA sprayers?

Accessories may be available from your local retailer or online. Parts and accessories can be purchased directly from us over the phone at 1-800-328-8251.

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Can I use a generator with the HEA sprayers?

Yes, you can use a 5,000 Watt but you must disable the idle-down feature.

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What is the warranty on the HEA sprayers?

This product, manufactured by Wagner, is warranted to the original retail purchaser against defects in material and workmanship for two years from date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from improper use, accidents,...

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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...

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What does HEA mean?

HEA stands for High Efficiency Airless which means that the pump will have 55% less overspray than standard airless sprayers.

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Can I spray paint or primer with the PowerTex?

No, it will not spray paint or primer

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Is it possible to spray ceilings with the PowerTex?

Yes, A simple twist of the hopper and you have the perfect angle to spray a ceiling.

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What is the warranty on the Control Series?

This product, manufactured by Wagner, is warranted to the original retail purchaser against defects in material and workmanship for one year from date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from improper use, accidents,...

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What is the warranty on the FLEXiO series?

This product, manufactured by Wagner, is warranted to the original retail purchaser against defects in material and workmanship for one year from date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from improper use, accidents,...

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Can HEA sprayers be used indoors and outdoors?

Yes the HEA sprayers can be used indoors and outdoors. Learn More.

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What is light household oil?

It’s multipurpose oil that can be used to lubricate the sprayer. Examples are: 3-in-one oil, 10W30 motor oil, vegetable oil, sewing machine oil, or air tool oil.

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Do I need to thin the material?

Refer to coating manufacturer’s recommendations for thinning the product to be sprayed.

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What is the Difference Between the FLEXiO 2000 or 2500 and the FLEXiO 3000 or 3500?

The FLEXiO 2500 and 3500 are the new, upgraded units to the original FLEXiO 2000 and 3000. The new units are very similar and offer the same capabilities as the original models. The main difference is...

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Can the Power Painters/Stainer be used with 220volt?

These sprayers cannot be used with 220volt, it is rated for 110volt only. If you need a 220volt sprayer you can find a dealer or see our 220volt Wagner version.

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Can the Power Painter/Stainer be used indoors?

The Power Painters/Stainer is not recommended for spraying indoors.

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What is the PSI (Pound per square inch) and tip size for the EZ-Tilt Power Painters?

The pressure is about 2,000-2,500PSI. The sprayer has dual orifice technology.

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What finishes can the PowerTex be used to create?

Orange peel, knockdown and popcorn acoustical ceiling.

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How thick should the wall compound mix be?

We suggest the thickness of pancake batter.

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Can I create a heavy stucco appearance with the PowerTex?

Yes you can with multiple heavy applications and the correct troweling technique.

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Where can I get parts?

Parts can be purchased through online distributors, Wagner online at www.wagnerspraytech.com or by calling us directly at 1-800-328-8251.

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Will the PowerTex work in a 220 volt outlet?

No, the PowerTex is designed to work with standard North American 110 volt outlets.

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What is the warranty on the PowerTex?

Warranty information can be found at this link.

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