With its lightweight casing and its smaller size, this unit can handle a heavy job with much mobility. This sprayer can handle multiple types of material from latex to acrylic and stains. This model includes the SG2 gun and has a built-in filter for keeping clusters from forming in the tip. With the RAC IV 515 tip and the tip size of 0.017, this sprayer certainly is one of great quality. It can support up to 5 gallons of material and has a 25-foot Duraflex paint hose.
The setup for the Graco Magnum 262805 X7 is more formidable than a typical professional sprayer. The instructions are clear and concise, but it can take some time to get it fully setup and running. Luckily, Graco has included a DVD for your convenience and a quick start guide for people who need a reminder each time they use this model. Graco uses stainless steel pumps for this model and this guarantees a longer lasting sprayer. The frame has been made for smooth transportation, so this unit can be pulled around sites more easily. This unit has built-in wheels to accommodate mobility and weighs a mere 23 pounds.
Cleaning can be a cumbersome task when it comes to sprayers, but the Graco Magnum X7 has a reverse paint tip, so unclogging material is as easy as rotating and squeezing the trigger. This unit is also capable of connecting to a standard garden hose which can make cleaning time easy and convenient.
We recommend this sprayer for part-time contractors or as a backup for any larger airless sprayer. This model is affordable and can handle more than 120 gallons of material per year. It is also easy to clean, which is a good attribute for back up sprayers.