Model # 010-0013CT

Internet #202590336

Powermate Heavy Duty Spray Gun
0017565107983

Powermate

Heavy Duty Spray Gun

$28.10 /each

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The versatile Powermate spray gun features an ergonomic pistol grip handle providing improved comfort and control. Spray gun has adjustable air and fluid controls. Unit functions 3 ways for multiple applications: internal mix/pressure feed for applying latex, external mix/pressure feed for applying primer, external mix/siphon feed for applying lacquer. Spray gun can convert from non-bleeder to bleeder.

  • Perfect for low, medium and high viscosity materials (not recommended for auto finishing)
  • Includes internal and external mix spray nozzles
  • 1 Qt. capacity
  • 1/4 in. NPT air inlet

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Does this spray gun comes with everything I need?

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New Hampshire, USA
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May 5, 2016
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You will need a compressor and hose. I think that was all I needed to get up and going.
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Orange, CA, USA
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February 21, 2016
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This might seem obvious, but it doesn't come with the air hose for connecting it to a compressor. Or the compressor for that matter. Everything else, yes.
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Hebron, KY, USA
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February 20, 2016
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You will need a compressor, plenty of hose, a fitting, and some paint and thinner, but otherwise it works right out of the box.
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October 7, 2014
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The Powermate 010-0013CT is a very versatile spray gun. It comes with both an internal and an external spray nozzle. You can change the method of spraying between pressure feed and siphon feed by simply removing the set screw in the paint cup cover. It functions 3 ways: internal mix/pressure feed for applying latex; external mix/pressure feed for applying primer; and external mix/siphon feed for applying Read More
The Powermate 010-0013CT is a very versatile spray gun. It comes with both an internal and an external spray nozzle. You can change the method of spraying between pressure feed and siphon feed by simply removing the set screw in the paint cup cover. It functions 3 ways: internal mix/pressure feed for applying latex; external mix/pressure feed for applying primer; and external mix/siphon feed for applying thinner materials such as lacquers & stains which need to be atomized to provide smooth surfaces. It is shipped with a one-quart paint cup.
You will need a female connector plug to attach your air hose to the spray gun, as this spray gun has male NPT threads. If you are doing a great deal of painting you may want an in-line filter to be installed between the hose and the spray gun, which is available at Home Depot Item # 194904; and possibly a spray gun air adjusting valve which is also sold at Home Depot # 192554 to help regulate the air flow to the gun.
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Paint viscosity

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How do I know when the paint is the right "thinness" for spraying?
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September 20, 2016
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It is best to use a Viscosity cup. When spraying direct from the can you may need to dilute by up to 10% if your coating is very thick e.g. exterior latex. When spraying latex from the quart cup all latex based coatings will need at least 10% dilution. Other coatings such as lacquers, urethanes generally don't but you should always check your paint viscosity with the viscosity cup before you start to Read More
It is best to use a Viscosity cup. When spraying direct from the can you may need to dilute by up to 10% if your coating is very thick e.g. exterior latex. When spraying latex from the quart cup all latex based coatings will need at least 10% dilution. Other coatings such as lacquers, urethanes generally don't but you should always check your paint viscosity with the viscosity cup before you start to add any thinning material. Read Less
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Do I need a regulator

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This product requires a regulator.
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How can I get a new trigger for this spray gun?

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I have asked my local store and they dont sell them.
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Please contact Powermate Customer Support @ 888-895-4549 for parts availability. Please have your model number readily available.
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Customer Reviews

Heavy Duty Spray Gun is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from functional and good price This paint gun was simple to operate.It did all I hoped for quality of painting.Easy to clean.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from decent quality mid grade gun This is a good, mid-grade spray gun. It's all metal, a decent weight and balance, and the trigger assembly is quality made. It shouldn't fall apart after a lot of use like cheap spray guns do. The spray on this is smooth and it applies a nice finish. I used it with latex and had had no problems. Cleanup is easy and straight forward. For the money this is a good value.
Date published: 2016-03-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very good spray gun for basic spraying, prefer HVLP for more professional look This is a good spray fun for polyerathenes, lacquers, and oils. This spray gun is difficult to use with latex based paints. It is also a little bit more difficult to dial one your pattern and pressure,mouth once you get it where you want it, it does perform well. I would definitely recommend a HVLP unit if you have a larger area to paint, but this is a solid unit.
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well, but ... First let me say that overall the spray gun works well. the spray pattern is consistent, and ask I learned in High School Woodshed, as long as you keep a consistent distance from the project and move the gun in straight lines, you get a good finished project. Now what I rated only a 4 under quality; first the screen filter on the intake hose kept falling off. A simple fix would be a better compression fitting. Next the paint was hard to clean from under the seal between the can and the handle. I think a thicker gasket with a pull tab, or an O ring would be a good change.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy Sprayer I liked the fact that the spray gun came with the male attachment for the air hose, it made it a lot easier having that, because I din't have to search for the correct size. I used it for latex, but I could only do one wall at a time, because I felt that it should be flushed periodically. I'm not sure if this was the right decision, but with such a small nozzle opening, I felt it was a safe bet.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work as advertised! This spray gun claimed to be able to spray latex paint... but I found that it would not. The gun just doesn't have enough power, even at the max pressure of 50psi, to spray any thick paint like latex. I think it might work with a thin wood stain or lacquer, but it won't work with latex. I think the problem is that the suction tube is not attached inside the gun, it just slides into a hole, so there isn't a good seal for it to draw paint. It might work if you thinned the latex A LOT with thinner, but that's not what it says it can do. If you are looking for a spray gun for latex paint, do yourself a favor, spend a few more $$ and buy a better gun that will actually do the work.
Date published: 2012-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very capable sprayer Heavy duty is a pretty good description of this gun. Everything is metal (except the pick-up tube) and has a substantial feel. The latex mode works fine if you read the instructions thoroughly. There is a set screw that needs to be moved depending on thickness of media to be sprayed. Makes quick work of fence painting. The jar holds enough paint/stain to work for as long as you will want to work with your arm extended and steady. I'm always thankful for a short rest while I refill. Disassembly for cleaning is easy, but watch out for all of the parts. A basket-type strainer is a good tool for latex clean up if you use a sink. Even though it can spray enamel and lacquer, this unit doesn't allow enough fineness for an automotive finish. If you just want to primer your truck it will be good enough :-)
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent for DIYers This spray gun is excellent for the normal DIYer that uses it on home projects like myself. I got this to paint my cabinets as I didn't want brush marks. After reading all of the information and practicing on some old wood, I very cautiously tried it on my cabinet doors. I am extremely pleased with the result as they are gorgeous. With this sprayer, I didn't have stray marks nor did I have to worry about brush bristles marring the surface. I absolutely love my cabinets now.
Date published: 2016-04-20
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