The Batavia Maxxspray. The perfect tool for turning your small and medium-sized painting projects into a quick and easy job. The Maxxspray has a 500 watt motor, which produces a flow rate of 900 milliliters per minute. For most projects, you do not need this many milliliters per minute. That is why the Batavia Paint Sprayer has an adjustable flow rate control. This way you achieve a full coverage of your project, while preventing over spray. The Maxxspray has a 1.2 liter container capacity. Thanks to this container capacity, you can use this electric paint sprayer for larger surfaces, without running out of paint every couple of minutes.
Last but not least, the Maxxspray prevents splashes or leakage on your carpet and floor, or blockage within the paint sprayer. The materials you are using in your paint sprayer will dry at some point. That is why it is import you wash your HVLP paint sprayer immediately after using it, to effectively prevent clogging. That is why the Maxxspray is detachable.
The Maxxspray paint sprayer can be used for a great variety of paint projects. You can use this HVLP paint sprayer for painting your fence, deck, furniture, cabinets, and doors. You can also paint your ceiling, interior walls and exterior walls with a superior finish. The Batavia electric paint sprayer can be filled with most common materials, like paint, varnish, thinned calk, enamel, primers, and undercoat.
Before you start using this electric paint sprayer, make sure you sand your surface with the Maxxpack orbital sander or detail sander. When your surface is smooth and clean, you can start painting. If you have to paint above your natural working height, you can use one of the Batavia telescopic ladders. With these ladders, you can reach the highest points of your paint project.
500 watt motor
The Batavia HVLP paint sprayer has a 500 watt motor. With this motor, you make sure you start your paint project without any mistakes. If you have a less powerful motor, the paint sprayer starts to spray the same volume of paint, but it will be less spread over the surface. This creates splashes on the floor and your paint surface.
HVLP paint sprayer
When you use an HVLP paint sprayer properly, you create a finer finish in comparison a standard electric paint sprayer. HVLP stands for high volume, low pressure. Thanks to this high volume, low pressure technology you prevent over spray and create a finer finish on your paint project.