Airless paint sprayers come in two types of technology – Piston & Hydraulics to pump paint through a spray gun at high operating pressure. This creates tiny droplets that can coat surfaces finely.
From lacquers to emulsions, these sprayers are typically versatile and capable of applying paints of various viscosities. They are also great for large surface areas, especially when paired with additional spray paint accessories, due to their high efficiency and wide coverage.
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Selleys S39E Airless Spraypack is the sprayer of choice for serious professional contractors. The unit comes with a Heavy-Duty Spray Gun that can accommodate a larger tip size to spray skim coat, handle multiple texture finishes and the wide range of primers and paints.
Selleys S33 Airless Spraypack is the industry standard for large residential and commercial contractors who sprays a wide variety of coatings. The unit comes with a brushless DC motor and the ability to spray up to 4.5 litres per minute.
Selleys S21 Airless Spraypack is a medium-sized paint sprayer that is suitable for multiple applications such as Emulsion, Latex Paint, Oil-based Paint and Primer. Projects such as the lacquer coating of wooden ceilings, radiators and wooden windows as well as application of wall paint are achieved efficiently and uncomplicated.
Selleys SFD23 Diaphragm Pump is your reliable colleague for perfect results with maximum control for multiple applications. The unit is a robust and durable airless paint sprayer. It can also be used for injection, masonry restoration, for combating moisture and water damage and for concrete restoration with epoxy, polyurethane PU, SPUR foam or aqueous solutions.
Differences Between Air Paint Sprayers and Airless Paint Sprayers
Regular air paint sprayers use extra equipment, such as an air compressor, to build air pressure for atomising paint. In contrast, airless paint sprayers use piston and hydraulics technology to pump paint through a spray gun and high pressure to produce and sustain more robust paint outputs. This results in advantages such as:
Paired with an airless spray gun, airless paint sprayers are typically much faster than air paint sprayers, making them ideal for larger surfaces and professional projects.
Airless paint sprayers are built to handle medium to high-viscosity fluids, making them more suitable for thicker paints such as primers, undercoats, and latex paints. Conversely, air paint sprayers can only handle more viscous paints once they have been thinned.