The Airless Sprayer Wall of Shame
Like cars, airless paint sprayers require regular maintenance to keep them running well, reliable and long lasting. Keeping sprayers clean is an important first step. Below we have shown examples of what can happen if you have misused or abused your airless sprayer. Simple maintenance and cleaning steps can not only prevent your parts from looking like the ones below, but can also prevent costly repair bills. Don't abuse or neglect your sprayer...
"Oh, there is a filter in the gun?"
"Really, there is a filter in the sprayer too?"
Another beautiful manifold filter.
"You shouldn't leave paint in the sprayer huh?"
Rods & Cylinders
Example of a rod dry stroking.
Can be caused from not using TSL and/or bad packings
"Shouldn't cylinder be completely smooth?"
"Throat Seal Liquid? What's that?"
"I have repaired my airless hose but the clamps don't hold very long."
"What do you mean the extension cord may be too long and the wrong gauge? it's alternating current! You could run it across town if you wanted too!"