In general, there are suitable paint spraying systems for all areas of application, ranging from varnishes, primers, etc. There are large sprayers to spray a lot of material in a short time, but also small machines for applying very small amounts of material.

Theoretically one can use a paint sprayer for almost all painting jobs. The question is whether it makes sense, especially in terms of purchase and operation costs. To evaluate this question, you need to consider a number of factors to determine the potential benefits: factors include the areas to be painted, the frequency of use, the materials you want to spray, and the type of projects.

First of all, it can be said that regular use increases profitability and justifies the purchase of a paint sprayer. However, there are now cheap entry-level models, which are also suitable for users who only need a paint sprayer a few times a year. For users who want to use an airless machine only very irregularly or just for a project, there is always the option of renting a paint spray unit or buying a used spray unit.

As already mentioned, the use of airless devices is especially worthwhile for large areas. But also, the use of spray technology is worth it even for small projects, such as painting radiators, frames, doors and stairs. Just like for intermediate projects, such as the installation of interior walls or facades.

The use of spray equipment can facilitate many tasks and help employees and their health. Especially when we look at issues such as the higher retirement age and the lack of special skills in some areas, this aspect is becoming increasingly important.