Earning Your Stripes Has Never Been This Easy

Performance, quality, and value have been at the core of everything Titan has done since we first hit the market in 1974. Every product we’ve built has been designed to help painters do better work without having to put in more time or effort. We’re practical innovators. We're not here to sell frivolous gadgets or to create the latest but not-greatest trend.

During our four-plus decades as a leader in the paint sprayer industry, we’ve introduced a lot of firsts to the market. But our most important? Being first to answer any painter in need. Our strong line of customer support ensures you’ll always get the job done quickly and correctly. No matter the job, Titan Tool is synonymous with results. In this business, not getting caught red-handed is an unforgivable crime.

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Titan's History of innovation

First tip that provided a variable fan pattern and an atomizing orifice.
Increased the power and performance beyond the limits of mechanical sprayers.
Elegant design that is still used today.
First hydraulic sprayer that allowed conversion to gas or electric.
Opened the door to fine finish performance benefits without an added air compressor.
The 440 was the first highly portable paint sprayer under $1,000. Twenty-five years later it is the most popular contractor sprayer in the industry.
First HVLP gun to contain airflow, improving overall finish.
Brought the benefits of hydraulic sprayers to the line striping industry.
Allowed the use of solvent-based coatings without worry of a spark igniting the flammable vapor.
The durability of the Brushless DC motor makes it the workhorse of the modern electric paint sprayer.
First on-board oil reservoir which allows packing lubrication with the touch of a button.
Automatically releases a stuck inlet ball making it easy to prime pump.
First easy-to-transport high pressure airless striper under $1,500.
Streamlined the cleaning process while making it simple to change out paint pails.
Made it possible for more types of coatings to be used with an HVLP sprayer.
Introduced the ability to siphon coating directly from a paint can or bucket.
Breakthrough tip technology that provides the flexibility of two fan patterns in one tip.
First airless sprayer with centrifugal clutch technology and variable pressure control.
Released next generation SC-6+ and TR1 reversible spray tips.
First tip that provided a variable fan pattern and an atomizing orifice.
Increased the power and performance beyond the limits of mechanical sprayers.
Elegant design that is still used today.
First hydraulic sprayer that allowed conversion to gas or electric.
Opened the door to fine finish performance benefits without an added air compressor.
The 440 was the first highly portable paint sprayer under $1,000. Twenty-five years later it is the most popular contractor sprayer in the industry.
First HVLP gun to contain airflow, improving overall finish.
Brought the benefits of hydraulic sprayers to the line striping industry.
Allowed the use of solvent-based coatings without worry of a spark igniting the flammable vapor.
The durability of the Brushless DC motor makes it the workhorse of the modern electric paint sprayer.
First on-board oil reservoir which allows packing lubrication with the touch of a button.
Automatically releases a stuck inlet ball making it easy to prime pump.
First easy-to-transport high pressure airless striper under $1,500.
Streamlined the cleaning process while making it simple to change out paint pails.
Made it possible for more types of coatings to be used with an HVLP sprayer.
Introduced the ability to siphon coating directly from a paint can or bucket.
Breakthrough tip technology that provides the flexibility of two fan patterns in one tip.
First airless sprayer with centrifugal clutch technology and variable pressure control.
Released next generation SC-6+ and TR1 reversible spray tips.