Low-Pressure Airless Tip Extends Spray Life

The new HEA (High Efficiency Airless) TR1 reversible airless tip features tip technology and is said to enable spraying at lower pressures, delivering total control and extending sprayer life.

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Titan expands its line of TR1 tips, a line of reversible airless tips for residential and commercial professional painting applications. The new HEA (High Efficiency Airless) TR1 reversible airless tip features tip technology and is said to enable spraying at lower pressures, delivering total control and extending sprayer life.

The HEA (High Efficiency Airless) TR1 features an optimized dual orifice that atomizes latex and other common architectural paints at 1,000 PSI. According to the company, it has the same production and flow as higher pressure tips, but low pressure technology delivers a softer fan pattern and reduces overspray by up to 55 percent, while saving up to 35 percent in paint consumption. Also, the TR1 HEA tip is designed to produce feathered edges for a better finish when overlapping spray patterns. At low pressures, the pump is designed to spray more gallons of paint before repacking is needed.

The HEA TR1 is available in the spring of 2017 at professional equipment and industrial supply distributors in the U.S. and Canada.