Model # M4910-21

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Milwaukee Airless/Fine Finish Paint Sprayer Hub
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Airless/Fine Finish Paint Sprayer Hub

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The Milwaukee Airless/Fine Finish Paint Sprayer Hub can be used as an airless sprayer or a high-volume low-pressure (HVLP) fine-finish sprayer to suit your unique application. The sprayer's 3,000 psi piston pump helps maintain pressure as needed for a variety of materials, including unthinned latex. Equipped with a 619 and 310 reversible spray tip, this versatile sprayer comes with a removable storage bag that easily holds tips, hoses and sprayers.

  • Sprays at 0.31 GPM for great paint coverage
  • Equipped with a 619 and 310 reversible spray tip
  • Accepts standard spray tips
  • 2-year manufacturer warranty
  • 3,000 psi Piston pump helps maintain pressure as needed for a variety of materials, including unthinned latex
  • Dual-action airless/fine finish pistol-grip sprayer helps you easily switch between airless and fine-finish applications
  • HVLP fine-finish spraying for precise coverage and finishing
  • Finish Spray Technology utilizes a 2-stage turbine blower to help provide an ideal finish
  • Base and included container lid are compatible with up to 5-gallon containers
  • Removable storage bag holds tips, hoses and sprayers
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Will the feed tube fit smaller than 5 gallon buckets IE 1gallon cans?

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June 22, 2013
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Vero Beach, FL, USA
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July 6, 2013
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Yes
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June 24, 2013
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Yes, I've used it in as small as a half gallon plastic tub to pull cleaning solvent through the unit. I would not anticipate any issues with smaller containers; at worst you might need to put something under the can to raise it up a little bit, and be a little careful.
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Delaware, USA
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June 24, 2013
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Yes. It would even fit into a quart
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Utica, KY 42376, USA
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June 23, 2013
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Yes. The feed tube and pick up tube will fit together in a one gallon can. That is what I used to varnish some furniture I made.
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June 22, 2013
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Yes, flexable feed tube works with 5 gal or 1 gal. Can make fixed tube with PVC....
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edZik
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June 22, 2013
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It will work with 1gal or even 1/4 of gal. It's just much easier to use a 5 gal bucket.
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Can we use Graco spray extension (20"/30") and longer hose with this sprayer?

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BAS
Fremont, CA
June 10, 2013
Since this sprayer M4910-20 has a 3000 PSI rating, is there a reason why extension pole for tip is not provided? Can we use Graco spray extension (20"/30") with this sprayer?

Also, is it possible to use a longe high pressurer hose such as 50 ft with M4910-20 ?
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Pittsburgh
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March 25, 2014
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I own this unit, and I would not have purchased it if I had known that there are no extension arms which will fit the milwaukee spray gun. I called their technicians and they said the same thing. The only option they said was to go and purchase a graco gun and use their extension. It should only cost you an extra $250.00 or so, but who needs or wants extra money anyway??
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August 21, 2013
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I was not able to use the extension, it does not fit the stock spray gun, but if you have other machines you can use the same hose and extension.
The hose is standard, so you can use the same hose and make it bigger you just need an adapter to connect more than one hose, and if you have a 50 foot one it should work fine.
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Houston, TX
July 18, 2013
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You should be able to use a Graco (or another manufacturer's gun)(for airless applications, only) and then you could use Graco's extensions. When I start a project that includes extensive ceiling painting, I plan to get a Graco gun in order to accommodate extensions.
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June 22, 2013
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Have not located extension yet that fits. I purchased 50' hose and works great?.
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June 16, 2013
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With the design of the gun (something of a hybrid between a HVLP and airless spray gun) it won't accept the extension wands. You can use competitors nozzles successfully, but otherwise you're toast.
As for the hose, your luck improves. The connections on the hose are standard, so you can use any standard longer airless hose and it'll work. There are also connectors out there so if you wanted to save Read More
With the design of the gun (something of a hybrid between a HVLP and airless spray gun) it won't accept the extension wands. You can use competitors nozzles successfully, but otherwise you're toast.
As for the hose, your luck improves. The connections on the hose are standard, so you can use any standard longer airless hose and it'll work. There are also connectors out there so if you wanted to save money, you could purchase a shorter hose and connect it to the included hose to get your longer length. This is something I think I'll do, 25' means you have to move the sprayer more and that takes up time. Properly organized, you can move very fast with these units. Read Less
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June 11, 2013
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Please call 1-877-203-0880 to speak with a Milwaukee® customer service representative about the M4910-21 Milwaukee® Airless/ Fine Finish Paint Sprayer Hub.
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Cab this be used to spray outside?

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Terry
Abilene Texas
May 19, 2013
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edZik
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June 22, 2013
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I used this sprayer for exterior paint. I would say we ran over 80 gal of exterior paint with this machine in last month.... So, I guess you can. Of course, you don't do it while its raining.
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June 16, 2013
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Yes. Just did about 200' of fence, no problems.
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June 16, 2013
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I used mine outside on the fine finish setting on a calm day. I would not recommend it in town or where neighbors are close on a windy day because of the possibility of overspray being blown onto a nearby house or car.
It should be OK if you watch your overspray. I would also recommend using something water-based so it is easier to clean if you do have any overspray issues.
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June 4, 2013
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Yes you can use it outside. I have used it to stain my new fence and soon will be painting my home's exterior.
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May 26, 2013
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Interior & exterior
I bought it to spray popcorn ceilings were I work
Can also be used to spray countertops & tubs & showers
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May 20, 2013
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Yes. The M4910-21 Milwaukee® Airless/Finish Paint Sprayer has a high setting designed for new construction, exteriors, and large sized jobs. It also offers a Fine Finish (HVLP) setting, designed for cabinets, trim work, and small detailed projects.
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How much does it weigh?

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July 5, 2013
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About 40lbs
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18 pounds
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Not much, maybe 10 or 12 pounds without paint. The big wheels make it very easy to maneuver.
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I'm not sure. 40-50 lbs I guess. It is mounted on two wheels to move around the job. I did have to pick it up to reach over a small fence & to put in the back of my truck with no problem.
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Customer Reviews

Airless/Fine Finish Paint Sprayer Hub is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 164.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Legendary,Great Performance,FAST For the average homeowner who likes to do his own work, this machine will get the job done. The Milwaukee works great! I love it! The gun can spray into eaves and soffits directly overhead with no spillage. Follow the instructions exactly,Follow the instructions exactly,Follow the instructions exactly..............READ THE INSTRUCTIONS....I have already got my money worth in time saved. Hopefully the machine will last for many more jobs. Bravo Milwaukee. One thing is when you clean the gun out, when you take the nozzle tip off watch out for the two small parts inside...........had to buy another one........:) I lost mine
Date published: 2011-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works great if you're patient and take the necessary time with the instructions this machine will deliver. important note to the first time airless sprayer user: when you shift from prime to spray; the pump will automatically shut off until you depress the trigger on the gun. the instructions omit this, and consequently i thought i had a defective sprayer lol...so far i have given almost two full coats of a very heavy latex to 32 sheets of panel siding. i sprayed 15 panels and discovered i hadnt increased the pressure from the low prime pressure on the pressure control and it still sprayed the heavy unthinned latex beautifully!!! i give this machine a big two thumbs up!!!
Date published: 2013-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST Paint Sprayer We restore about 120 decks a year. This is a workhorse -- but more than that it performs a FINE QUALITY FINISH even with wood stains. Where can I buy this unit again? Is it being made under another name?
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ridiculous We have shiplap siding for our home and wanted to put on a new coat before the weather turns. With the economy, being first time home owners, and now new parents, we did this ourselves. The machine is ridiculously fast and sprayed primer then latex exterior without any problems. This machine is great for big jobs as the priming process itself utilizes probably a cup of paint. The only drawback is the spraygun itself as it does not accept any add ons or different parts other than the spray tips them selves. I went ahead and purchased a Wagner spray gun just to use the 18 inch extension rod by Graco. Additional cost but saved my legs with the ladder as I was able to spray quite a bit more with just a simple step stool.
Date published: 2011-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good machine for the price so far. Very good machine for the price you pay. I have not tried the hvlp yet but airless works good once you figure out that first time how to prime it. If you buy this machine and are having problems priming it the first time, be patient and read the directions again and again. Once you figure out how to prime it it is great. When i would move the machine and it would loose its prime you just flip the lever to prime for a few seconds then back to spray and it is good to go. The only reason i did not give it five stars is that the pick up tube has a wierd bend to it so it is kind of hard to keep it at the bottom of the bucket when it starts getting low. Just remember be patient at first.
Date published: 2012-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Different Look - Great Performance I have been a contractor for about 12 years now. With the economy I have branched out to make a little more money...yes painting! I started side jobs about 3 years ago and yes, like everyone else bought a GRACO. Well my jobs have picked up and it was time to add another sprayer to the truck; Milwaukee brand at $379 for airless and Fine Finish. First I did not know Milwaukee made paint sprayers, but with this brand i know it will last. Second, Airelss and Fine Finish, the only other item I could find like this started at $1700.00 and went up from there. The review is simple. bucket tray instead of a hook, great addition Move the hose instead of tilting the sprayer back, pretty smart I am using this with a 517 tip and spraying unthinned latex and the performance is perfect. Sprayed trim with oil base paint with the fine finish feature and could not believe the results, I did buy a 211 tip (trying to cut down on the overspray). This is a great sprayer! plain and simple, buy it!
Date published: 2010-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used to hate painting Seriously, I used to hate painting. I hated the prep work in order to roll huge sections of wall. I hated doing baseboards with brushes. I hated doing trim. I just plain hated painting. Then, my bid got accepted to do a foreclosure rehab, and the entire house needed to be painted (interior). My father-in-law suggested I rent a sprayer. I figured I would just buy one since I will be painting in the future, and it's a write-off. My wife and I hit our local HD to look at the sprayers. The Milwaukee was on display and looked awesome (especially at only $379.00). My wife took one look and said, "That's the one." When it came time to paint, I bought the Milwaukee and painted the entire interior of a 1500 sq. ft. home (including the ceiling) in 6.5 hours! I was shocked at how easy this sprayer was to use. As a rookie dealing with sprayers, I didn't know what to expect. But once I got the hang of it, I was jammin'. Clean-up was also a breeze. For the price of this sprayer, it can't be beat. Cheap price...but a very professional tool. Bravo Milwaukee. Let me know when you make a pressure washer, I'm sure it will be of the same caliber.
Date published: 2010-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Consumable parts? Like paint gun filter Cleaning it was okay, but I Lost a day finding out there are no Milwaukee airless paint sprayer paint filter parts or replacement hoses -in the entire Houston/Harris County metropolitan area. Burned a tank of gas learning this lesson. Worked the Milwaukee service line phone network to learn all authorized parts dealers will have to order the parts online. I guess I could go home and do that too. This was way to much down time from the actual project. Might be a reason I don't see contractors using Milwaukee sprayers. (Ouch!)
Date published: 2013-05-08
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