CORMACK Anest Iwata has released Airlessco's airless paint sprayers/stripers. The Spray & Stripe 3000 is powered by a 3.5 horse power Briggs & Stratton four-cycle engine.
It is suitable for applications that require only one person. It is well-balanced, with a professional quality spray gun mounted on a multiposition spray arm. The spray gun can quick release from its mount without tools. The user can paint using stencils or use the 15.24 of supplied hose to apply paint to buildings and other structures.
The spray gun moves easily from one side to the other, for added flexibility. Pulsation-free striping allows consistent widths for all line applications. The handlebars are easily moved up or down without tools.
The Airlessco Rev-Tip striping tips apply crisp, clean lines and are available in a range of sizes to match the requirements of latex and enamel paints. The powder-coated tube steel chassis and large pneumatic tyres provide smooth striping on rough footpaths or grass surfaces. The suction system has an easy-to-clean solvent-resistant core that resists corrosion.
The Spray & Stripe 3500 is similar to the 3000, with the added durability of a Honda GX100 commercial engine. The slow-stroking piston pump has a one-piece hardened stainless steel piston and one-piece pump body, large tungsten carbide reversible seats, stainless steel balls and Airlessco's triple-life packing system to cut down on maintenance costs and downtime.
Accessories include gun extensions, a pointer for aligning, a swivel wheel kit with Radius Memory for consistent striping of curved lines and bead dispensers for glass bead applications.