A closer look at Graco’s XP Plural-Component Sprayers
What’s the difference between the standard airless and the high-flow (hf) airless versions?
Graco’s plural-component sprayers come in standard and high-flow arrangements. For example there is a Graco XP50 and a XP50-hf (high flow), and a Graco XP70 and XP70-hf. Depending on your application, you need to choose the right unit for the job in hand.
The main difference lies with the air motor size. On a standard XP airless unit, the air motor is 6500 cc where the XP-hf version has a much larger air motor, coming in at 10,000 cc. This is Graco’s largest air motor.
The size of the air motor has an important consequence on the fluid section size. On the XP versions, the fluid sections are relatively small; on the XP-hf versions they are much larger.
Why choose the XP-hf version?
With 60% more flow than the standard XP sprayer, the XP-hf gives you the ability to use larger tips, run more than one gun off one system, and run longer hose lengths. The XP-hf is thus the unit of choice for the most demanding jobs and high-output applications such as railcars, tank linings and marine coatings. With the XP-hf, you’ll get these jobs done faster, which increases your productivity.
Whether you’re spraying a high-solids polyurethane or a 100% solids epoxy, Graco helps you get the job done with a complete line-up of XP plural-component sprayers. Do you want to see the XP-hf in action? Contact us and we will arrange a demonstration, either at your premises or at Graco’s HQ.
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