Airless Spray Gun Filter voids nozzle blockages and the airless gun push-in filters from Wagner are made of non-rusting steel and come in various mesh sizes, depending on the application.
Tips when choosing filters & spray tips:
- With Airless spraying the choice of nozzle size and gun filter are important.
- The material being used will determine which ones to use.
- The right choice is crucial for a perfect spray result.
- The nozzle angle determines the width of the spray jet.
- The bore diameter of a nozzle controls the paint flow rate.
- The choice of filter depends on the type of material.
- Essentially, the more viscous the material, the coarser the filter should be.
- Red Filter Extra Fine -150 mesh: The perfect choice for extremely low viscosity materials such as oils, mould release agents and enamels
- Yellow Filter Fine -100 mesh: Suitable for materials such as fillers and rust-protection paints as well as low-viscosity emulsion and latex paints
- White Filter Medium – 60 mesh: Suitable for use with materials such as latex and emulsion paints, flame retardants, coatings, corrosion-proofing products.
- Green Filter Coarse – 30 mesh: Epoxy & heavy industrial coatings, filler paints.
The Airless Spray Gun Filter should be checked regularly and cleaned or replaced. Filter blockages will reduce your airless sprayer performance.
Our Airless Spray Gun Filters not only fits its own Universal Spray Gun, but also supports a range of Wagner, Graco SG2 & SG3 & other spray guns.