Titan 440 Impact Parts: Upgrade for Improved Performance

The Impact 440 is the perfect tool for small-scale commercial, residential, and property maintenance tasks. All common architectural primers, paints, and varnishes can be applied effectively with this high-performance electric airless sprayer.

Titan 440 Overview

The industry’s best-selling sprayer has been improved with more features and functionality.

Designed to reliably spray between 50 and 100 gallons every week

  • By wiping away abrasive coatings while in use, Quad+ PackingsTM helps keep the primary sealing lip and piston safe.
  • By pressing a button, you may directly apply oil from the reservoir to the packings using AutoOilerTM.
  • You may free a jammed lower ball valve without a hammer by utilizing the SurefloTM Pusher Valve.
  • The flushing and cleanup procedure is sped up by Electronic Pressure Control with Fast Clean.
  • PermaLifeTM Cylinder is indestructible and never needs to be replaced.
  • Manifold filter in full-size

Improvement Performance of Titan Impact 440

The following steps should be used to increase the performance of Titan 440 impact parts.


1. Put the paint bottle with the siphon tube inside.

2. Drop the return hose inside a waste metal container.

3. Completely counterclockwise crank the pressure control knob to reduce the pressure to the lowest setting.

4. Press the PRIME/SPRAY valve downward to activate it.

5. Select the ON position on the ON/OFF switch to activate the sprayer.

6. Convey paint into the metal trash container via the return hose by letting the sprayer run.

7. Press the OFF position on the ON/OFF switch to shut off the sprayer.

8. Take out the waste container’s return hose and insert it into the paint container in its working position.

9. Press the PRIME/SPRAY valve upward to initiate the spray mode.

10. Switch the sprayer on.

11. Turn the trigger lock on the gun to the unlocked position to unlock it.

Holding the gun on the metal container’s edge while flushing will ground it. Failing to do so could result in an electric discharge that is static and could start a fire.

12. Press the trigger into the metal waste container until the paint is flowing freely from the pistol and all of the solvent and air have been flushed out of the spray hose.

13. Secure the firearm by rotating the trigger lock to its locked position.

14. Switch the mister off.

15. Follow the directions on the tip guard or tip instructions to attach the tip and guard to the rifle.

16. Switch on the mister.

17. Test the spray pattern on a piece of cardboard after gradually turning the pressure control knob clockwise to increase the pressure. Once the gun’s spray is fully atomized, turn the pressure control knob. To ensure good atomization, try to keep the pressure control knob at the lowest setting.

Method of Spraying

A uniform layer of paint throughout the whole surface is essential to a quality paint job.

Even strokes are used to accomplish this. Maintain a steady pace for your arm movements and maintain a consistent distance between the spray gun and the surface. The ideal distance to spray is between the spray tip and the surface, which is between 10 and 12 inches.

  • Maintain a steady, equal stroke speed.
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  • Maintain a proper angle between the spray gun and the surface. This is not just flexing your wrist; it’s moving your entire arm back and forth.
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  • To avoid one end of the pattern becoming thicker than the other, keep the spray gun perpendicular to the surface.

Clearing the Spray Tip

Use following steps to clean the titan 440i tip.

1. Refer to the “Pressure Relief Procedure” in this manual’s Operation section.

2. If the tip becomes clogged, turn the handle 180 degrees until the arrow points in the opposite direction from the direction of spraying, and the handle stops in that position.

3. To release the clog, fire the pistol once into a waste container to release the pressure. NEVER pull the trigger more than once at a time while the tip is in the reverse position. You can keep doing this until the tip is clear of obstructions. 

Cleaning Up

When using flammable solvents, follow these extra cleaning guidelines: 

• Always flush the spray gun outside, or at least a hose’s length away from the spray pump.

• If gathering cleaned solvents in a metal one-gallon container, transfer the contents into an empty five-gallon container before flushing the solvents.

• Make sure the area is clear of combustible gases.

• Comply with all cleaning guidelines.

When cleaning the sprayer, hose, or gun with mineral spirits or any other solvent, always spray at the lowest pressure possible with the nozzle tip removed. When combustible vapors are present, a buildup of static charge could cause a fire or explosion.

1. Refer to the “Pressure Relief Procedure” in this manual’s Operation section.

2. Take off the gun’s tip and tip guard, then use the proper solvent to clean the tip with a brush.

3. Insert the siphon tube into a suitable solvent-filled container. Water for latex paint and mineral spirits for oil-based paints are two examples of the proper solvents.

4. Insert the return hose into a waste container made of metal.

5. Completely turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise to reduce the pressure to the lowest setting.

6. Set the SPRAY/PRIME valve to the PRIME position.


After every use, the sprayer, hose, and gun need to be properly cleaned. If this isn’t done, material can accumulate and negatively impact the unit’s performance. Over pressurizing the paint to a greater extent than necessary may result in premature tip wear and extra overspray.

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