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My father was a professional painter for years, but passed away about 2 years ago. He left us with his sprayer he had for years and I can't seem to find out much about it. I know it's a Binks but can't find many markings or numbers. I'm hoping to find someone who knows more about these sprayers than I do and your thoughts on them. I'll attach some pictures for any help. Thanks!
 

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identifying information is usually on the underside and commonly covered in a layer of paint. get a green scotch brite and some warm soapy water and start scrubbing.
 

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I have a Binks air powered gun that I bought in 1969. Best gun I ever used.
 

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I've used Binks conventional cup guns and they were great guns. I didn't know that Binks made an airless. It looks like a smaller commercial type airless - probably has an output of about a half gallon per minute and maximum .017 [maybe .019] tip size.
 

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Thanks for the info so far. Any idea how much this style is worth? I know he took great care of it all these years and it works great. Just trying to get more info on it.
 

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Thanks for the info so far. Any idea how much this style is worth? I know he took great care of it all these years and it works great. Just trying to get more info on it.

Hard to say without knowing model but maybe $100 if you could find someone desperate for a sprayer. Older models like that are more for nostalgic value. They are also more difficult to repair and find parts for.
 
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