Spraying in steel fabrication shops
To spray coatings in a steel fabrication shop, certain specific requirements have to be met. The Graco KING electric airless sprayer meets all these requirements, which is why it’s the go-to sprayer for steel fabrication shops around the world. Let’s look at the features and benefits of the KING that make it so suitable for steel fabrication shops.
Operating on electricity rather than compressed air means that the KING is a highly flexible unit that can be moved quickly and easily around the shop floor.
KING is easy to install and operate with no need for long air lines.
KING handles most, if not all coating materials used in steel fabrication processes.
KING reduces the need for long paint hoses. This avoids pressure drops, and reduces wear on packings and piston.
The reduced noise level of KING compared to air-operated or petrol/gasoline-operated sprayers makes a significant improvement to the working environment inside a steel fabrication shop.
If no blasting is required, large air compressors will no longer be needed in the steel fabrication shop, reducing investment and maintenance costs.
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Spraying for corrosion control contractors
Corrosion control contractors will find the Graco KING electric airless sprayer indispensable for their operations, for the following reasons.
The cost of using an air compressor
Air-powered tools have a number of advantages. One significant but surprisingly often neglected disadvantage is the cost. Air is frequently regarded as “free”, but running an air compressor can often be highly expensive.
Graco’s KING electric airless sprayer: what sets it apart from conventional electric airless sprayers?
In one word: ATEX. The Graco KING electric airless sprayer is the world’s first electric sprayer for protective coatings that is approved for hazardous locations.