Airless paint sprayer filters
How does an airless paint sprayer work? February 03, 2023

What is airless paint spraying? Simply put, airless paint spraying simply uses material pressure without air. An electric or pneumatic pump or gasoline engine puts the material under pressure and forces a specified amount of material through the tip hole at a maximum pressure of 250 bar. This converts the material into a spray.

Use the pump to bring the paint material to a pressure of up to 250 bar and then pass it through the airless spray gun.

When the airless paint valve (gun) is opened, the paint is forced through the opening in the airless nozzle of the required size. Atomization is created by the pressure difference between the coating material and the atmosphere.

The flow rate and spray width are determined by the airless spray tip.

Various materials can be sprayed with airless paint sprayers. We have summarized them here:

Water-based and solvent-based paints, varnishes, lacquers, oils, separators

Synthetic resin-based coatings, PVC coatings, 2-K lacquers

Primers, fillers

Fireproof coatings, anti-corrosion coatings

Emulsions, emulsion paints, adhesives, sealants

Masonry coatings, roofing coatings, flooring coatings, silicone coatings

Fillers and other high viscosity materials


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