Porter-Cable PTA23 Nozzle Kit

  • For use with PSH1
  • Works best with medium to high solid materials
  • Use it for spraying latex, acrylics, primers, urethanes, and more
  • Provides an evenly distributed spray each
  • Weighs just 4.8 ounces

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The Porter-Cable PTA23 2.22 millimeter Nozzle Kit is compatible with the Porter-Cable PSH1 Spray Gun. This nozzle works great with just about any medium to high solids, including latex, acrylics, urethanes, sealers, primers and epoxies, and enamels. The 2.22 millimeter nozzle provides an evenly distributed spray each and every time…. More >>

Porter-Cable PTA23 Nozzle Kit

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  1. JTD says:

    As other reviewers have said, I also had the 2.0 tip and ended up thinning(watering) down latex to the consistancy of water. Did not work well and took many, many coats to get a good(?) result.

    This tip took the normal 5-10% thinning and sprayed latex well with good coverage and no runs.

    I have also used this to spray a wall in a room and it worked great – although much slower than an airless.

    I wish that this tip had been available when I first got the sprayer. It would have saved me much frustation.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Bought this to spray some latex paint on crown moulding. Works great for thicker paints.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. As with Porter Cable equipment goes, the quality of this item was very good. I was looking for a bigger tip for my sprayer for painting. The latex paints have become so thick they won’t spray nicely. After some research, trial and error, I was able to put down a nice finish. You need to add Flotrol (up to 25%) and a little water up to (10%.) Put gun pressure up to about 55 lbs. Close down the amount of fluid at the tip. This will atomize the paint better. It takes longer to paint but you don’t end up with little air bubbles on the surface.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Works real well with spraying “Fabulon” polyurethane (Woodworking). I have been thinning it 10 percent with mineral spirits. I haven’t tried straight poly yet but I’m confident it not only will “Atomize”, but will probably work better…I tried the original 1.5mm needle valve today with the 10% thinning and that equally impressed me. It merits 4 stars because it could be a little less expensive. In a nutshell, it works…
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. I purchased the PSH1 sprayer based on the positive reviews of others. They suggested a large nozzle and so I had to choose between the 2.0 and 2.2. I went with the larger and the results are good. I sprayed the interior walls with latex KILZ then two coats of exterior latex house paint. I thinned the primer and paint at 10% with water and no trouble with plugging or spattering, nice finish to treated plywood, OSB, and pine board. I used a Makita MAC 2400 compressor to supply the air. Very glad I bought the sprayer because it saved me hours of labor if I used a roller and brush.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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