We use air-assisted airless pumps, Binks and Wagner, for finishing kitchen cabinets. I'm looking into Kremlin, but don't have any experience with them. Any thoughts?
These are easy to use and are great for quick changeovers without a lot of wasted cleaning solvent. I use five-gallon pail mounts because of the amount of changes we do each day. I have found nothing this equipment will not spray, and we spray it all! I think these are the perfect solution for most anyone's spraying needs.
My spray tech says it's great and it saves material. I like that. It is a little pricey, but the return is greater in a short time frame. The spraying is good, matte flows out good too. We have been using a Graco air assisted airless on the sealer and a pressure pot for the conversion varnish, with an Accuspray gun.
Both of these worked well but the Kremlin is working better. I don't have any long-term experience, but from what I hear any repairs on the pump are quite easy because the pump is broken down into sections. You replace a whole section instead of individual parts.
I think we are going to purchase one or two systems. The Graco pump has to be rebuilt too often. So I think Kremlin is the tool.
Two weeks later I wrote him a check for $1,500, and we're still using Kremlin equipment.
The original pump still works fine, although we have upgraded the spray guns.