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Wal-Board Tools

Model # 52-020

Internet # 100660219

Store SKU # 116050

Texture-Pro 200 Hopper Gun with 3 Spray Tips

$65.98 /each
  • Trigger activated air valve (start/stop air)
  • Comes with 3 spray tips for different patterns
  • Easy to use

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 52-020

Internet # 100660219

Store SKU # 116050

This Wal-Board Tools Texture-Pro 200 Hopper Gun comes with 3 spray tips. It works with most gravity-fed texture materials. It has a 1-piece body with a comfortable grip and on-gun flow control. Sprays acoustic, drywall, water proofing, pool deck sealant, stucco, and most gravity fed materials.

  • Up to 1-3/4 Gal. capacity
  • On-gun air-pressure and flow control
  • 1-piece body with comfort-grip handle
  • Designed for wall and ceiling texturing
  • Sprays most gravity-fed texture materials
  • Requires an air compressor with a minimum of 2.4 CFM at 90 PSI (sold separately)
  • 3 spray tips included (3/16, 1/4 and 5/16 in.)

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
13.8125 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
14.125 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
10.625 in 
Hose Length (ft.) 
0 ft 
Details
Amount Sprayed (gallons/min.) 
1.75 
Blade Material 
Plastic 
Drywall Features 
On-Gun Air Pressure/Flow Control,Spray Tips Included 
Material 
Metal 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tank Capacity (gallons) 
1.75 
Tool Type 
Texture Sprayer/Hopper Gun 

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can i spray ceilings?

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Los Altos CA
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Portland, OR
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May 25, 2016
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Yes you can, I've done it with good results, but it is a hard work. Unlike other brands who offer a built-in small upwards angleor even offer a 45-degree elbow to aim the nozzle upwards, this hopper is designed with nozzle directed horizontally when the hopper is hold upright. This is great for the walls, but bad for the ceiling. You need to tilt it at least 45 degrees to aim it at the ceiling and you Read More
Yes you can, I've done it with good results, but it is a hard work. Unlike other brands who offer a built-in small upwards angleor even offer a 45-degree elbow to aim the nozzle upwards, this hopper is designed with nozzle directed horizontally when the hopper is hold upright. This is great for the walls, but bad for the ceiling. You need to tilt it at least 45 degrees to aim it at the ceiling and you also need to lift it to your shoulders or head level to keep it 2-3 feet from the ceiling. The problem with the 45 degree tilt is that the mud flow changes as amount of mud in the hopper decreases (it is driven down into the spray head by its weight, so the more mud is in, the better is the flow). You need to keep it "full" (at least as full as one can, considering that you would tilt the whole thing), which means adding a little bit of mud often often to keep the mud flow consistent. Keeping it high when full of mud is a hard labor. From all hoppers out there, it is one of the worse ones to use on the ceiling. Not a very good design. On the walls, it is fine. It worked for me, but I regret I did not buy a better one. Read Less
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Brush Prairie WA
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April 27, 2016
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Yes, the gun does very well at spraying ceilings.
The manual does a good job of describing how that is done.
BAJ
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Anacortes, WA
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April 25, 2016
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You can spray upwards as long as the hopper is not tilted so far that the mud spills out. Your spray pattern may be little different than what you can spray directly on a wall, but this is worth a try.
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How do i go about getting parts?

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Port Angeles
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August 15, 2015
The texture gun came with three texturing spray tios.. I need to purchase the three spray tips.
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October 5, 2015
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I would contact the manufacturer.
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September 12, 2015
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Home Depot stocks these: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Wal-Board-Tools-Material-Orifice-Set-4-Pieces-50-040/100377304
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August 21, 2015
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Since Home Depot is the "official" distributor for this gun, and if they don't have extra spray tips, I suggest you call the manufacturer's customer service number in Long Beach, CA at 800-433-0320
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Can this be used to spray fibered or unfibered roof coatings?

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Wisconsin
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May 21, 2016
I have a mobile home that I want to coat the roof and instead of rolling or brushing it I want to used the stucco gun to apply the coating.
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May 22, 2016
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This is made to be used for wall and ceiling texturing.
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hopper uses

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can I spray cement or contrete with this hopper
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April 2, 2016
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No, this is not for spraying concrete.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great I purchased this product to apply orange peel texture in my bathroom. It worked great, I had no issues with the products performance. I once was a painter years ago so I have had experience with these guns before and found this one did the job with ease. My only complaint would be that there is not a place to store the extra tips. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Right tool for the job Exactly what I wanted. Perfect! I have several walls in my home that need to be opened and then refinished. I needed an economical tool for the job without calling my "Wall Board Buddy" and having him drive 30minutes each way just to texture my wall over the next year. Needed a basic tool for the job. Lifetime purchase. March 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Made it easy to do a better job than my drywall guy... I've never textured or really finished drywall. I figured that I could do just as good as anybody else. I watched a couple you tube videos, read the instructions and set up a big piece of cardboard in the backyard to practice on. I dialed the compressor to right at 25 PSI and opened the trigger up to the right setting for the type of coverage I wanted (the instructions give you the details). I found that the thickness of the mud and the level of dryness before you actually run the texture knife over it really makes a difference. I ended up when finally coating the laundry room doing a surprisingly fantastic job. This thing made it easy. Very adjustable and easy to work with. December 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great Shipped with no issues and worked just like I needed it to. Saved me $$ February 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EXCELLENT PURCHASE Easy to assemble, and quick to learn how to use. Was first time ever spraying texture to a ceiling. Practiced for about 1 minute on an old door outside, and then sprayed both my downstairs bathroom and the living room in less than an hour. Worked great and looks like it was done by a professional. The hopper and hopper gun were easily cleaned with warm water. If you tape around the ceiling with the Blue 3M tape with at least 24" of plastic material attached, you will get very little over spray. Any over spray can be easily and quickly cleaned up with warm water and a cloth. January 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice tool İs a nice tool is cheap and you can make to much money January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seems durable and good quality I think that in the hands of a professional this product would work great. In my hands it left me wishing for a bit clearer instructions, or perhaps a better operating guide explaining how the various adjustments affect spray patterns. Right now I feel like I'm almost blindly making adjustments and observing the effect. I'll probably get it all figured out by the time I'm through texturing my house. :-) January 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Texture Gun When Adjusted Properly This is a great texture gun when dialed in right. Unfortunately, the instructions are not much help. Fact is, every situation is different and the manual doesn't really spell out what to do. First off, you need to prepare the ceiling. A quick scrape with a 24" trowel will get help get rid of some grittiness. It is highly recommended that you prime the ceiling before texture application. This will help homogenize the surface. Meaning, that the drying, coloring, absorbing, etc. characteristics of your various ceilings throughout the house will be normalized so that they will be consistently the same throughout. Baths and kitchens are usually the most extreme in variance, because they usually receive more paint coats over the years (not to mention repeated exposure to higher humidity). Therefore, without priming, the drying time in particular will be much different in the bathroom than it would be in the living room. Priming will help to normalize your overall drying times and make a more consistent overall texture. Second, forget the book instructions on how to mix the mud, set the gun, and set the compressor. For a new construction, they may get you close. But, in a remodel situation, the recommended settings wont work. Your best bet is to buy a sheet of drywall (prime it first) and try out several mud viscosities, gun settings, compressor settings, tips, etc. For our application, we found that 50-55 PSI at the compressor, 1/2 to 2/3 flow at the gun, 3/4 throw at the trigger, and the medium tip to work best. Mud mixed to heavy cake batter. We have a 150PSI 26 gallon compressor, 75 feet of 3/8" line. This compressor was way more than enough for this job, so if yours is smaller you should be fine. I would probably stay away from a cheap 3 gallon compressor, though. 125PSI 10 gallon compressor is probably the lowest you will want to go if doing a whole house. Once you get your setting and equipment dialed in, you will need to develop a strategy. Smaller rooms tend to dry slower than larger rooms. So, you may want to do those first. However you do it, you will have to judge each area individually before you use the trowel. Don't just rely on a clock. Some of our rooms were ready to trowel in as little as 30 minutes, while others took about an hour. Practice on the test drywall sheet until you can get a feel for when to trowel. Once you get that down, try to trowel in a consistent motion. I found that a 24" trowel worked best for us. It allows you to work the smaller areas, but also has a great spread in the larger areas. After texturing, allow 24 hours to dry. Use the trowel again to remove bump and grit. Next, you need to prime again. This will normalize the ceiling for painting. Paint and you are all done. Conclusion, practice and priming are essential if you want a professional look. It is a ton of work to do this, so be prepared to spend 3-5 days minimum for a whole house application. In the end, you will save thousands. February 11, 2015
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