** est. 1975 **
Wagner 9140 Paint Sprayer (Reconditioned)
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Double Stroke Piston
w/ 90day parts & labor Wagner Warranty available at over 500 service centers
+ 1 year Labor only Gleem warranty
- 1/2 HP motor
- Piston Pump
- GX-06 Contractor grade Spray Gun (plastic body, metal inside) w/inline gun filter (This is the newer two finger GX-06 model gun, sometimes referred to as the Amspray model gun)
- Stand Model
- Suction set draws from 1 or 5 gallon containers
- 25' of hose (Max hose length 75')
- .25 GPM
- 415 Reversible Spray Tip
- .015" Max Tip supported
- 2800 PSI
- When New Price $299 -$349
From the Manufacturer
This starter rig is perfect for the serious do-it-yourselfer, property manager, handyman, and part-time painting contractor. The 1/2 hp 9140S, which runs off 15 amp household current, comes with a full size in line paint filter, 1/4-inch by 25-foot airless spray hose with an abrasion resistant polyurethane cover, seamless thermoplastic inner tube, and a replaceable reversible spray tip. Gallons per minute: .25 gpm. Maximum spray tip: .015-inch. Maximum operating pressure: 2800
To find out shipping, simply use our shopping cart. After you enter a shipping address, and choose a shipping option. Click continue, and it will show the shipping cost before you have to enter any payment. To give you a estimate it runs about $16.00-18.00 to ship this unit to California, and around $10.00 to ship to Lower States.
Unit weighs 22 pounds.
|Customer Feedback on this item:|
------------------------------------------------- Reviewer: Richard of, MI
I had purchased a Wagner 9140 airless sprayer from
your business and I had to commend you on the quality.
On my Saturday off, over the past 2 months, I painted
my parents barn with over 45 gallons of latex paint.
The airless sprayer made this huge job fairly easy.
Thanks for selling top quality products.
Brian from Memphis, TN
THEY ARE THE BEST ...
Internet + Human interaction/transaction I have had in a while. I buy lots of things over the net, and have, of course, experienced varying levels of satisfaction at the end of the deal. I dont remember leaving very many glowing reviews, b/c with most things I dont need special treatment anyway. I know what I want, I order it, they send it. Simple. That said, GleemPaint.com is one of the best EVER! This is a brick and mortar store in southern Mississippi, which has gone eBiz. They have years of hometown experience, a knowledgeable staff, and a respectable amount of information on their website (which includes tutorials and basic information to the non-commercial buyer - to be read, newbie). I am a novice, and know just enough to be dangerous with regards to power painters, but their staff (specifically Michael) was very helpful. All I had to do was explain what I wanted to paint, how much of it there was to paint, my plans for long term use of the product, and add some rumbl!
ings about price being important, but not the primary factor for purchasing a high-homeowner (slash) low-contractor grade piece, and they took considerable time to explain the ups and downs of the different options they offered. I failed to ask a question they couldnt answer, and I asked loads of em. I did several hours of research before calling, because anything over $100, I consider worth looking into. I bought the Wagner 9140, which is stronger, more durable, and more reliable than the PaintPro I was initially set on buying, and it cleans up in 15 minutes, ILO ~45 minutes. The gun is better, the spray tips and filters I got were reasonably priced (cheaper than the other 5 places I looked), so I can use this piece for two more painting projects I originally planned to sweat through by hand. Yes, it cost more than the one I originally planned to buy. According to the reviews I read though, I wouldve spend twice the $$ in the end by wearing out the smaller model 3 or 4 tim!
es before completing my first project. I like it when people take the time to listen, apply their knowledge and experience, and in the end, save me time and aggravation. I have a humongous house mostly painted, and I havent done anything but point and shoot paint, then point and shoot warm water to clean. No disassembly like with the other one (besides the spray tip, which takes 90 seconds). Sorry so verbose, but good customer service deserves high (if not succinct) praise. Buy your painting supplies and equipment from these people. They saved me more than money...my time is much more precious, and I absolutely saved quite a bit of both. Thanks, GleemPaint.com! Youz guyz are allllright.
Brian - Memphis, TN