The Benefits Of Using An Airless Sprayer.
They Ensure Greater Speed & Efficiency, Making You More Productive
Most trade users are used to painting or applying coatings by hand, or with a roller, and are typically very surprised by the adaptability of the airless paint sprayer. Whilst the brush is a good way of filling in details it is widely accepted that when you have a lot of work to do, it can ban an exhausting & time-consuming process.
Similarly, the paint roller is quicker than the brush, but tends to leave unsightly streaks that can mar the paintwork of your room or object. The airless paint sprayer is better than both of these historical paint or coating application method and ensures that you can get the job done much more quickly than you would expect, becoming more productive & increasing your work capacity.
They Ensure A Consistent Uniform Application For A Better Finish
An airless sprayer is perfect for areas which are not ideal for brush or roller application, such as textured walls, stippled ceilings, or other uneven effects. You can use the sprayer to provide a uniform application of paint or coating which will allow you to get more out of your room or object.
Critically you will not have to stop and start, as you do with ordinary painting methods, so you can get it done, and move onto the next job faster and aid productivity. Applying even layers also means that you avoid the unnecessary riding and streaking of rollers and paintbrushes.
They Is No Compression So No Overspray Either
While the airless paint sprayer is not the only paint machine on the market, you should know that many of the other methods use compression techniques to drive the paint or coating through the nozzle.
This is not true of the airless sprayer, which uses a hose method to push the paint outside, rather like using a pressure washer on your car. This prevents the overspray problem which mainly paint machines have, and you can also control the flow of the spray, so it does not go everywhere, thus saving paint or coating wastage and giving a greater return on materials purchased.
They Are Portable & Therefore Easy To Use Day To Day
While brushes and rollers are easily movable, most large paint machines are often very difficult to manipulate, and sometimes take more than one person to move them around a room. Not so with most airless paint sprayers, which can be lifted by hand in most instances or easily transported on a cart where the weight exceeds 25Kg, which not only means that you can move it about the room, but also lift it in and out of the car, van or building that you work in, so it can be moved into storage when it is not needed.
They are typically small for their ability, with a motor which is under 1 horsepower, so you don’t have to worry about heavy engines.