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Basic Airless Sprayers Facts
What is an airless sprayer - airless sprayers FAQ
Advantages of airless sprayers
Different types of airless sprayers
Main components of an airless sprayer
Understanding Airless Sprayer Reversible Tips
Airless sprayer accessories and how to use them
How airless sprayers are rated
Choosing the right airless sprayer
Use of Airless Sprayers
How to operate an airless sprayer
Safety when using airless sprayers
Airless sprayer spray applications
Cleaning out airless sprayers
Maintenance of airless sprayers
Maintenance of diaphragm airless sprayers
Maintenance of piston airless sprayers
Maintenance of pneumatic air driven airless sprayers
Storage & transport of airless sprayers
Storage of  diaphragm airless sprayers
Storage of piston airless sprayers
Storage of pneumatic air driven airless sprayers
 

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Not sure which Airless Sprayer is right for you? Our experienced staff are more than willing to discuss every aspect of Airless Sprayers to ensure that you purchase the correct Airless Sprayer or Airless Sprayer system.

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We service all brands of Airless Sprayers such as Atomex Airless Sprayers, Titan Airless Sprayers, SpeefloAirless Sprayers , Graco Airless Sprayers, WagnerAirless Sprayers, AirlesscoAirless Sprayers, Binks Airless Sprayers, Tavier, DeVilbiss & Iwata. Let our staff professionally service your Airless Sprayer and show you ways to save money.

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We stock a full range of Pilot Single Phase 240 Volt Air Compressors & Pilot Three Phase 415 Volt Air Compressors. We can deliver, install & fit air piping systems to your new Pilot Air Compressor.

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Choosing The Right Machine013

 
Ask the right questions:
When choosing a new airless sprayer it can be very confusing, most salesman will tell you that the machine he's selling is the best thing since sliced bread. Before you part with your hard-earned cash, take the time and ask a few simple questions:

1) Does your company repair or carry out service work on this brand of airless sprayer?

2) What problems may I encounter during the life of this machine?

3) If I have a problem with this machine during warranty, can I bring it back to you? 

In most cases, especially with paint stores, they don't repair spray equipment. If they don't repair spray equipment, how do they know what problems occur? and if it does break down during the warranty period, who will repair it? The machine will most likely be sent to a warranty repair agent, which can take weeks in most cases! 

Paint stores usually sell machines simply from the sales spiel printed on the glossy brochures, they often refer to performance graphs that always put there machine on top of a competitor's machine.

 
Speak to people who know:
If you are in the market for an airless sprayer, speak to service agents, people who repair machines professionally. Ask them what problems occur with the machine that you are interested in purchasing and ask them how much the parts cost to replace. 

Service people have a totally different approach to selling a machine, they quite often see further down the track than just the price of the machine, which can save you more than just a few hundred dollars, it can be thousands over the life of a machine.

What requirements do you need in the machine:
What type of paint will you spray? You need to find a machine that can spray the paint that you most commonly use. It's no use buying a really small machine if you are spraying roof coatings, the machine will struggle to keep up.
Do you always have electricity on site? Some machines can not be run on generators. Machines that have electronic circuit boards can be seriously damaged by unregulated power spikes that generators can cause. Costing in many cases over a $1000 in repairs.
How often will you use the machine? This is the most important question. Don't buy a small machine if you plan to use it on a daily basis. It's false economy, you will simply kill the machine. Manufacturers produce a range of machines from small to large specifically to cater for a whole range of different applications. Speak to a service agent for some good advice. Be wary of what salesman tell you, as mentioned at the top of the page - ask the right questions!
Do you have employee's using the machine? Make sure the machine you buy is idiot proof. The most common complaint from contractors is that there employee's used the machine and damaged something. 
What maintenance will this machine require? If you rely on your airless sprayer on a daily basis, spare some thought about this. As service agents we have painters bringing repairs to us constantly. In many cases contractor's lose days of production because there machine is too small for the amount of work it is doing, or it's just a well known model for being unreliable. It's not the contractors fault, he was sold the machine by a paint store and told it's the machine he needs.
How much money do you want to spend on purchasing the new machine? This is the big question! With airless spray equipment you simply get what you pay for. Saving a couple of hundred dollars or even a couple of thousand dollars when purchasing a new machine can make a big difference. The cheapest machine doesn't always mean that your saving money. You must look further ahead and realistically ask yourself, how much will this machine cost me in the end, and how long will it last. 
What value do you place on owning this equipment? You have to ask yourself, how much money & time will this machine save. 

I hope these points can be of some benefit to you, if you have any further questions please feel free to call for a chat or send an email.

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