Model # 0515077

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Wagner ProCoat Airless Paint Sprayer-DISCONTINUED
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ProCoat Airless Paint Sprayer-DISCONTINUED

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The Wagner SprayTECH ProCoat Airless Paint Sprayer features a 1/2 HP motor that can produce a flow of up to 0.24 GPM, which will support a .015 in. paint spray tip. It also generates maximum operating pressure of up to 2,800 PSI for powerful spraying. This sprayer comes with a 25 ft. x 1/4 in. airless hose, but can accommodate a hose of up to 50 ft. in length. The suction tube allows for the use of either a 1- or 5-Gal. paint container, and the unit has an integrated handle for easy transport.

  • 1/2 HP motor produces a flow of 0.24 GPM which will support a .015 in. paint spray tip
  • 515 reversible spray tip
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty covers the product against defects in material and workmanship for 1 year following the date of purchase if operated in accordance with Wagner's printed recommendations and instructions
  • 25 ft. x 1/4 in. airless hose
  • Inlet valve pusher
  • Maximum operating pressure of 2,800 PSI for spraying power
  • Adjustable pressure for customized spraying
  • Clean mode for easy clean-up
  • 4-finger metal spray gun trigger for control
  • Suction tube allows for use with either a 1- or 5-Gal. container
  • Handle for easy transport
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how well does the #0515077 sprayer work on commerical applications

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May 18, 2012
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November 17, 2013
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I would rate it decent. Cleanup time will be your problem on commercial applications. It takes me a long time 30-45 minutes of cleanup time. If you have someone working for you that is going to cut corners to go home early, this machine will NOT last you anytime and will be broke. If you follow clean up and storage instructions, it is worth the money.
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November 23, 2012
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If you're considering a commercial application, you'll need a commercial grade machine. Unfortunately this Wagner sprayer is for a Harry Homeowner with thin paint.
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July 9, 2012
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works nice... i have done 3 story houses with this painter
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May 21, 2012
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It really depends on what you consider a commercial application. As a reference, the ProCoat is a consumer grade machine. It is capable of spraying at 2800 PSI with a maximum of a .015 spray tip.
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how does the unit attach to a 5 gallon can - the hose looks too short

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March 30, 2012
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November 17, 2013
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Its not really a problem. I thought the same thing. It's not too short. It will shoot a 5 gallon bucket so fast you will be looking for your next bucket anyways.
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May 1, 2012
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It doesn't attach per-se, you just drop the hose down in the bucket. the machine will need to be sitting right next to the bucket, but it has no problem reaching the bottom, I've sucked three dry so far.
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April 17, 2012
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The hose is kind of an upside-down 'u' shaped and fits perfectly into a 5 gallon can. It comes with a clip that holds the hose to the paint bucket as well. The paint bucket must remain close to the machine for it to fit.
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April 2, 2012
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It does reach into a 5-gallon bucket. The unit sits on the ground next to your 5-gallon bucket. The suction tube is U-shaped and comes out of the top of the machine, and will reach up and over the top of the 5-gallon bucket and then drop into the bottom of the bucket.
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can the tip that comes with this unit be used for both latex paint and stain?

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October 20, 2011
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November 17, 2013
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Yes.
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April 17, 2012
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Yes, there is a knob to turn that lets you change the pressure for the kind of product you are using. It even does really think paint quite well.
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January 5, 2012
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Yes, it can. This sprays a fine mist and I used it straight out of a 5 gal bucket of white outside latex paint and then when cleaning I put the pickup tube into a bucket of warm water and it seemed to me the spray mist was just as fine as it was with the paint.
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October 20, 2011
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Yes, the tip will work to spray latex paint that requires a .015 tip or smaller and it will spray stains also.
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do you have to thin the paint?

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August 2, 2012
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November 17, 2013
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No paint thinning required. It sprays your paint directly out of the 5 gallon bucket or 1 gallon paint bucket you purchase at the store.
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November 23, 2012
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The instructions make no mention of thinning. If you need to thin, you probably need more power.
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August 2, 2012
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That would depend on your paint. It will spray many latex paints without thinning. However the ProCoat can spray with a maximum tip size of .015. If the manufacturer of the paint recommends using a larger tip size than a .015 (ex: .017 or .019), you will most likely need to thin your paint.
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Customer Reviews

ProCoat Airless Paint Sprayer-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from biggest piece of garbage i ever bought it worked about 5 minutes and kept losing the prime it wouldn't reprime, home depot told me it was a manufacturers problem , no home depot its yours and wagoners problem you both just lost my business
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this thing will sling some paint i bought this to paint a 1000 sq ft house. i am painting the exterior it is log cabin style siding. the first day i set up in a 5 gallon bucket. i had the side of the house painted facial and all in around 30 minutes. it has a powerful spray, the tip is a wide spray pattern about 14 inches. professional results. the gun is nice and solid . it did not clog up once. the spray is very steady,you can put it where you want it. i was using a wood stain with primer by behr, about the same thickness as latex. can't beat it for the price. also very economical on paint used 5 gallons on 2 sides of house and carport ceiling.
Date published: 2011-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Has worked great for me Ive has this sprayer over a year now and have painted about 20 units approx 1300 sq ft each. Ive only had to replace some minor parts (about 50$) and its still pumping paint. Helps to add a little water as the thicker the paint the harder the motor works and the longer it takes to get a good prime.
Date published: 2013-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have never painted a building this FAST I use to work for Benjamin Moore Paint and use to sell various brands of airless with Graco being the favorite of many contractors and of course back then they were anywhere from $1800 on up to $2500 and more. I bought this from my Harrison, AR Home Depot and I could not be happier. This unit is AWESOME. You do need to read and follow the instructions and be sure to clean the equipment afterwards with solvent or hot soapy water depending on the paint you are using but this worked flawlessly and I would recommend this to every homeowner! Now I am looking for something else to paint...Ha.
Date published: 2012-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheep Parts I used this spayer to paint doors. I could not get the pressure down and found to be using to much paint. After two doors the pressure cut-off stoped working and then jamed. Opened up the unit to find a piece of the rotating drive disk was broke off. I could have still used it but the piece that operates the piston was broken also. Can' t believe that this piece was made out of plastic!
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from works great if you're fine with frequent priming First one worked great for first use. Cleaned thoroughly and stored per manufacturer instructions. Second use was torturous. Spray pattern started breaking. Went to home depot to buy and mix in an additive to thin paint. Helped a bit but not enough. Called Wagner and went through some troubleshooting. Recommendation was to exchange product. After second exchange I found myself experiencing the same issue. After searching the web, I found I was not alone. Seems the Procoat frequently loses its prime. If you can deal with this then more power to you. This can easily turn a day project to a day + 1.
Date published: 2011-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money...home depot should stop selling this! Thought this was a great idea to paint a rental instead of rolling out the entire house. I followed all instructions exactly, reread instructions multiple times... I got it to prime once and spray one room. The pump started to fail and couldn't get it to prime, not even with water! I got a full refund from HD and purchased the Graco X5. I have done the entire interior of the house in just a few hours now and am very pleased with the Graco model. Wagner is cheap and waste of your time. For those that will comment that it was user error...the Graco has exactly the same instructions and it worked flawlessly so it really proves Wagner failed on their development with the procoat.
Date published: 2013-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful machine I've never used an airless sprayer before, but I have a 4400 sq/ft house to paint (walls, ceilings, all of it). This thing has made short work out of probably half the rooms so far. I followed the instructions for over-night storage, had no issues with that, and cleanup was a bit messy but nothing unexpected. It did take longer than cleaning up a paint tray and roller, but who honestly thinks it wouldn't. I wouldn't say it was excessive and I didn't spend any 30 minutes with it either. So far I've sprayed 15 gallons of primer through this thing, I probably have about another 15 to go, and then some of the rooms will get sprayed color as well.
Date published: 2012-05-01
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