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Old 09-12-2010, 04:05 PM   #1
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Question Titan XT250

Does anyone own this specific model of airless sprayer and is it a suitable investment for spraying larger areas such as garage doors? I've used my HVLP sprayer with good results however dragging the compressor around sucks.

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The Titan XT line is mostly for residential application but here is some good information. I am an authorized service center for Wagner which makes the XT line. The packing kits for these units are $68 to $73 and are rated for 50 to 60 gallons of paint only. If you are going to be spraying paint on a regular basis I would recommend a Titan Advantage 400. It is as good as a Titan 440 impact or a Graco 390. the packing kit is $52.00 and rated for 800 to 100 gallons, plus there is no electronics the pressure control is mechanical
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I agree the Titan 440 or the Graco 390 would suit your needs and are a great entry level professional unit. Take good care of it and it will spray 1000's of garage doors.
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