Graco Inc.’s TrueCoat II and TrueCoat Plus II handheld sprayers are designed to provide professional-quality finishes for smaller “household” projects such as painting walls, ceilings, trim and doors.
The TrueCoat II features a 2,000-psi “optimal spray” setting designed to maintain the spray flow to reduce overspray and enable greater user control. The TrueCoat Plus II includes the ProControl spray setting, which enables users to adjust the pressure from 1,000 to 2,000 psi to spray thin and thick materials and cover a variety of applications. This feature is designed to optimize material output for each tip, material and application, and improve control. It also reduces overspray at lower fluid pressure while enabling a higher production rate with thicker materials.
Both sprayer models also feature a Tilt-n-Spray pendulum suction tube for full range of motion while spraying up, down and sideways while evacuating virtually all of the material from the cup for fewer refills. The TrueCoat II model supports 0.011-0.015 reversible tips and includes a Tilt-n-Spray material cup with five liners, a 515 TrueCoat Reverse-A-Clean tip, and Pump Armor storage and start-up tool. The TrueCoat Plus II version supports a 0.011-0.017 reversible tip and includes a ProDurance piston pump designed to last twice as long as the TrueCoat II sprayer.
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