Graco 253574 Pump Armor Pump Protectant, 950 ml,Blue
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For the above step, while you can insert the return tube into the bottle of Pump Armor together with the suction tube, I don’t recommend it, because some leftover paint or whatever material you’ve been using the last time can end up inside.
What Is Graco’s Pump Armor and How to Use It Correctly
Before starting the process, you have to make sure that the device is as clean as possible, removing as much leftover paint as you can while it’s still in its fluid form. Yes, you should use Pump Armor even if you plan on storing your device indoors, because it also prevents corrosion build-up from moisture, not just from freezing. What can I use as a Pump Armor substitute? Graco Pump Armor is mostly made of Ethylene Glycol, at around 40-60%. Other ingredients are water (40-49%) and proprietary additives, such as Dipotassium Phosphate, Sodium Nitrate, and Denatonium Benzoate. When to use Pump Armor?
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Because Pump Armor is very similar to antifreeze, people have been using it as a substitute and even some mineral spirits. There is no evidence that these products work the same way. Is Pump Armor just antifreeze?
Pump Armour, 3.8 litre (1 gal) - Graco Inc.
Because Pump Armor is relatively cheap, most people do not reuse it. You can, though. I do reuse it most of the time. No, it’s not. Pump Armor is specifically designed to be used for anti-corrosion and helping lubricate paint-sprayers, so we do not recommend using antifreeze. Final thoughts It seems there are some common misconceptions regarding Graco’s Pump Armor and storage protection liquids in general, so let’s answer some of the most common ones. What are the main ingredients of Pump Armor?That’s pretty much it. Your paint sprayer is ready to be stored. How to flush out the Graco Pump Armor fluid? According to Graco, the Pump Armor must be used for “extended storage” of your device. Now, what do they mean by “extended”?