Elbow dip tube to suction paint out of 5 gallon containers.
18″ long x 1″ Internal Diameter
Genuine Parts – Manufactured by Graco
Suits Graco Extreme and MaxLife Pump Lowers
Graco Adaptor Nipple for Xtreme Quick Knockoff
Connects onto the bottom of the lower for the pick-up tube with Quick Knock off fitting to attach to
Polymer sealing seat has exceptional chemical and solvent resistance
Replacement Lower with built-in Filter.
Retrofit an Xtreme pump lower to an existing old-style King or Bulldog air motor.
Improved performance especially with higher pressures 45:1, 56:1, 68:1, 80:1 ratios
Reduced solvent usage quicker and easier to flush
Extended life component
Fast, simplified servicing with quick knockdown intake valve and cylinder
Extreme Seal has 3x UHMWPE and 2x Leather Seals – Ideal for abrasive applications
TuffStack PTFE Seals are Carbon filled Teflon – Ideal for chemical resistance and higher temperatures
Suits 6″ Filter for Extreme Lower
Is used inside the lower to ensure the filter mesh doesn’t collapse under suction or pressure
Support for Long Filters
Genuine Parts – Manufactured by Graco
Can be used in tip filter housing, swivel spray nozzle or inline filter
Genuine Graco part
115, 145, 180, 220, 250 & 290 cc capacities
MaxLife or Xtreme lower
Extreme Seal or TuffStack Packings
Filter supports to suit different sized pump outlet filters available
Pack of 5
Why use Airless Spray Painting Equipment Replacement Parts?
Spray painting equipment is subject to very harsh treatment – attack by solvent and abrasive materials, an unforgiving environment, rough handling, amongst other things. Consequently, the replacement of spare parts is constant. In addition, many pieces of airless spray painting equipment are designed to be adaptable to suit differing tasks. For example, airless spray guns can be fitted with different spray tips and filters to suit different coatings. As a result, a constantly replenished stock of replacement parts in the field is essential.
Common issues with Airless Spray Painting Equipment Replacement Parts
The main issue with airless spray painting parts is recognizing when they are worn. Continued use with worn components risks quality failures, total equipment failure and injury. Some indications of wear in conventional spray equipment include…
Spray pattern becoming shorter and wider. – Worn spray tip
Airless sprayer will not prime. – Worn packings, piston rod, and/or cylinder
Fluid leaking from the top of the piston – Packings and/or piston rod worn
Important considerations when choosing the right Airless Spray Painting Equipment Replacement Parts
One of the most important considerations when selecting airless spray painting replacement parts is whether they are genuine OEM parts. Due to the volume of replacement parts consumed by the Protective Coatings Industry a large “knock-off” parts industry has sprung up. In the main, these “knock-off” are noticeably inferior. Problems caused by these parts include short life, compromised results quality, engineering standards failure, increased risk of injury, etc. Purchase and use of these of these parts is false economy in that they are not really saving you money.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do if I have had an injection injury?
Many airless spray equipment manufacturers and suppliers will supply medical information cards on what to do in a coatings injection emergency. These recommend the actions for you to take and the procedures for medical staff to follow. Make sure every member on your blast and coat team has one of these.
Step 1. Seek medical attention immediately. Assume all coating and solvents are toxic.
Step 2. Take note of the material being sprayed.
Step 3. Advise the medical staff at the medical centre or hospital that you suspect an injection injury
Throat Seal Liquid is just hydraulic fluid, isn’t it? Can’t I just use that in my airless sprayer?
No, you cannot. Throat Seal Liquid is a specialized fluid that both cleans the rod and lubricates the top packing. Fill the reservoir up every time you spray. Do not substitute oil or other liquids for Throat Seal Liquid.
What is the difference between the various Graco pump packings?
TuffStack – This contains five packings containing carbon-filled Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
Excellent for chemical resistance and high temperature applications
Not Ideal for abrasive materials
Will not swell in solvent
Will not stick to piston
X-Tuff – This contains three Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE)
Ideal for chemical resistance and durability in applications below 60⁰ C (140⁰F)
Standard in Graco XP plural component spray packages
Xtreme Seal – This contains three UHMWPE and two leather packings