A company has added several multi-component protective sprayers to its line. Graco says its XP Sprayers provide on-ratio precision for fast-curing materials and a quick return on investment for contractors who switch from hand mixing. Displacement pumps proportion materials, which are then mixed at the manifold.
“The beauty of these sprayers is that they eliminate guesswork for contractors who are hot-potting,” said Eric Rennerfeldt, product marketing manager for protective coatings equipment. “The accuracy of measuring and mixing reduces material waste and rework.”
With high-flow capacity, the XP50 is ideal for voluminous jobs. Users can spray with multiple guns or larger tip sizes at 4,500 to 5,000 psi (310 to 345 bar). Optimized for quick-setting hybrid and elastomeric urethane coatings, the quick-set packages have a remote-mix manifold with fluid pressure gauges and solvent valves for both A and B components.
The XP35 is for low-pressure airless spray applications (3,500 psi or 241 bar) and materials such as medium viscosity epoxies and slower-setting urethane topcoats. It is ideal for mix-at-gun materials, the company says.
The XP-h hydraulic plural-component sprayer is ideal for truck, palletized, trailer, or flatbed systems that have on-board hydraulic power. The XP-h handles protective coatings, epoxies, urethanes, and OEM traffic marking materials.
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