> As stated, the sprayer is an airless sprayer designed specifically for
> spraying paint. No air is involved. No compressor is involved. The
> airless sprayer pumps the paint/liquid itself through the spray gun
> nozzle. Develops around 3,000 psi. Air does not carry the paint to
> the surface as in woodworking finishes. Examples of airless sprayers
> can be found at the Home Depot website by searching under the name
> "Magnum by Graco". Or at the Lowes website do a search on "SprayTECH
> DSP" or "SprayTECH Apex".
Sorry, it was late and missed that; however, was involved as an OEM
supplier to a company who was a manufacturer of these units.
Based on that experience, unless you are looking at a commercial unit
designed to handle a lot of paint, like being able to completely paint
a typical room in less than 5 minutes, you are probably not going to
be happy with the performance.
My OEM dropped out of the market after a couple of years because they
refused to build a low end product, so they could compete.
Personally, if Lowes and Home Depot sell it, I'm not usually not
These days, they seem to only be interested in serving the bottom
feeders which makes almost anything they sell suspect, IMHO.
As far as your project is concerned, by the time you mask everything
off so you can spray, you can be critiquing your work with a cold one,
if you roll it.
Getting the concrete primed and sealed will be the major task.