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Airless sprayers allow fast applications of paint over large areas and are ideal for use across a wide variety of industries that require fast and professional applications.
In fact, airless spray guns are great for all kinds of projects including painting and decorating, painting contractors, steel fabricators and for general engineering applications.
At Spray Plant, we stock a wide range of airless paint sprayers from leading manufacturers, with delivery options available across the UK.
If you require more information or support identifying the best airless paint sprayer for your project, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Airless sprayers produce a mist of paint by spraying paint out of a nozzle or tip by forcing the paint outside of the opening by exerting high pressure, generally up to 3000 psi. By operating without an airstream, airless spray guns prevent the risk of the paint mixing with air, potentially causing paint bubbles to form in the paint finish.
This typically means that the finish quality is higher in airless sprayers compared to their counterparts, even though the learning curve can be a little steeper when learning to layer and spray with an airless gun, given the high-pressure nature of the machine.
As discussed above, even though it can take some time to get used to spraying with an airless gun, the quality of the finish makes airless machines a great choice for applications where a faultless finish is required.
In addition, not needing to be connected to an air supply means that airless sprayers are generally more portable and provide varying degrees of portability, depending on the pumping mechanism.
Speed of paint application is another point in favour of airless sprayers, capable of painting entire square meters. This means that airless spray guns generally boast higher output per cycle compared to other types of machines, leading to increased efficiency and fewer cycles per job.