Graco X5 vs ProX17 It worked great for painting very rough stucco, but I would recommend using a much smaller nozzle. I think that the 515 tip that comes with it puts out too much paint. I bought tips of different sizes and found that the 311 made a spray that was fine enough that I could spray in different directions and angles without worrying that the paint would run. There is a difference, that much is clear. The legs of the X5 base are made of metal. The LTS 15 is held up by a plastic base. This sprayer works with coatings that aren't flammable and can be cleaned with 100% mineral spirits or water. The result was very good coverage, even in the cracks and nooks of the stucco that was made by hand. I was happy with how well the sprayer worked and how easy it was to use.
I was surprised by how easy it was to clean up. I'm happy with the purchase I made. Since US 220/240 volts are dual line split phases, 110 volts only needs one load line, a neutral or common line, and a ground line. So, you could do it in the US, but you would need a 220 plug adapter line. It is against the law to put flammable things in this sprayer. How much stuff comes out of the gun is controlled by the spray tip. If too much paint is coming out of the gun, you can buy a spray tip with a smaller hole. This will cut down on how much paint comes out of the gun. Since Europe uses a single phase/single load line, the machine would need a power converter (rated to at least 1500 watts continuous) to step down the voltage from their 220v to the machine's 110v. The unit's pressure control doesn't change how much paint comes out of the front of the spray gun. Instead, it changes how the paint is spread out as it leaves the gun. The sprayers in the Graco Project Series make it easy for do-it-yourselfers and handymen to do small to medium-sized jobs quickly and well. The Magnum X5 gives do-it-yourselfers and handymen high-speed performance at a low cost.
These sprayers are great for painting small homes, fences, siding, decks, and any other indoor or outdoor project. Pump Armor storage fluid, a PowerFlush adaptor, the SG2 Metal Spray Gun, the RAC IV 515 Switch Tip, a 25-foot Duraflex paint hose, a quick start-up guide, and an operation manual are all included. 1/4 in. size of fluid outlet Includes Pump Armor storage fluid, a PowerFlush adaptor, the SG3 Metal Spray Gun with Built-In Swivel, the RAC IV 515 SwitchTip, a 50-foot Duraflex Paint Hose, and an instruction manual. Control the Flow of Paint: Because the pressure is fully adjustable, you have full control over any size project. CONTINUOUS SPRAYING: You can keep spraying with the RAC IV Switch Tip even if the tip gets clogged. A flexible suction line lets you spray straight from a 1-gallon or 5-gallon paint bucket. There are 110 volts.