Wagner 518080 Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer

June 8, 2013 - Comment

Wagner 518080 Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer Powerful Two Stage Turbine sprays latex, as well as thinner materials such as lacquers and stains Variable Air Pressure Control means less overspray with thin materials 20 Foot High Flex Air Hose extends your reach 3 spray patterns – select the best pattern for your job Variable flow

Wagner 518080 Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer

  • Powerful Two Stage Turbine sprays latex, as well as thinner materials such as lacquers and stains
  • Variable Air Pressure Control means less overspray with thin materials
  • 20 Foot High Flex Air Hose extends your reach
  • 3 spray patterns – select the best pattern for your job
  • Variable flow control covers large spray surface down to detail work

Need more information on this product? Click here to ask.The Wagner Control Spray Max combines variable air pressure control, a metal spray gun, and a powerful two-stage turbine to make it easier to paint walls and surfaces with latex paints and thinner materials, like lacquers and stains. This sprayer provides three spray patterns for versatility, and a 20-foot flex air hose to extend your reach. Its Lock-n-Go front end makes material changes quick and easy. Great for do-it-yourselfers and homeowners alike, the sprayer includes two air filters that protect the finish from dust, a 1-quart, contractor-grade viscosity cup, and a larger 1-1/2 quart plastic cup.

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Control Spray Max
HVLP Sprayer
At a Glance:

  • Two-stage turbine sprays latex, lacquers, and stains
  • Variable air pressure control (1.50-2.63 psi) reduces overspray of thin materials
  • Choose from three spray patterns based on material viscosity
  • Two air filters prevent dust from marring the finish
  • Variable flow control for transitioning from large surfaces to detailed work
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Wagner Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer Lifestyle Shot
Sprays a variety of different paints, primers, lacquers, and stains. View larger.
Wagner Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer Lifestyle Shot
Three spray patterns and a 20-foot hose offer exceptional versatility. View larger.
Wagner Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer - Variable air pressure control
Variable air pressure control
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Easy set-up

Two-Stage Turbine for Painting and Staining Projects
With the Control Spray Max, you can spray a variety of different paints, primers, lacquers, and stains. Use it to prime and paint cabinets, door trim, and decks, or to stain furniture, woodworking projects, and more.

The sprayer’s powerful two-stage turbine easily handles thick material like interior latex paint, while variable air pressure control (1.50 to 2.63 psi) reduces overspray of thin materials like lacquers and stains. Variable flow control allows you to transition from working with a large spray surface to more detail-oriented projects, like painting trim or windowpanes.

Adjustable Spray Patterns Accommodate Different Materials
Lightweight yet powerful, this handy tool sets up in just minutes. It features a viscosity cup that lets you measure the density of the material you’re using and adjust the spray pattern as needed. The spray nozzle requires only a simple turning of the ears on the air cap to allow for a round, horizontal, or vertical pattern, depending on your application.

Achieves Smooth, Even Finish
Two large air filters prevent dust from marring the finish, so the result is smooth and even. And with the 20-foot air hose, it’s easy to keep the spray gun positioned squarely towards your surface.

The Control Spray Max includes a contractor-grade, 1-quart metal cup, as well as a 1-1/2 quart plastic cup for larger volume jobs like painting or staining decks and fences.

What’s in the Box
Sprayer, metal cup, plastic cup, hose, and user manual.


Comments

John T. Merryman "Cobraboy1997" says:

Wagner Max HLVP Sprayer I had purchased another Wagner sprayer to use refinishing my kitchen cabinets. Unfortunately, I bought the wrong model. After doing some cabinet doors and not being satisfied, I called Wagner technical support.I described what I was attempting to do and the lady told me that I needed the Max HLVP unit.I used it yesterday for the two base coats and then this morning for the top coat of polyurethane. I couldn’t be happier with the results!The unit is light and has plenty of power.I was spraying heavy interior latex and then satin polyurethane.It takes some playing to understand the best settings on power and flow. But, once you get those dialed in and are consistent in your spray angles and distance, the unit will give you professional results.It is very easy to clean and comes with two cups for small and larger jobs.I plan to use this to finish the balance of the kitchen cabinets and then on multiple other…

Steve says:

Quick Review This is just a quick review documenting my first (short) experience with this sprayer.I just bought and tried this sprayer and so you understand, I know very little about these. The reason I bought this particular sprayer was cost and I figured that the outboard turbine would be more powerful that the ones with the turbine built on the handle.I have previously owned an airless sprayer and it was useless except for jobs where quality wasn’t important. The previous sprayer would constantly spit and I had no control over the spray pattern. I wasted a lot of paint painting a fence with it. Moving on…I am getting ready to paint some rooms in my house and figured that I would try this sprayer to get an idea of how to use it before I got serious with it. I was using latex paint straight out of the can with no thinning… I was curious about how that would work. There are only three adjustments on this gun… air flow, paint feed, and spray…

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