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3/30/2018

Titan Airless Spray Gun Has Ergonomic Design Features

Originally titled 'Airless Spray Gun Has Ergonomic Design Features'
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Titan’s RX-Apex airless spray gun features an “all-day” trigger system designed to minimize operator fatigue, reducing trigger pull force and the force required to hold the trigger open.

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Titan’s RX-Apex airless spray gun features an “all-day” trigger system designed to minimize operator fatigue, reducing trigger pull force and the force required to hold the trigger open. A fully adjustable FingerPrint+ Grip allows for precise back-grip to fit virtually any hand size, and a built-in, free-flow swivel is designed to make maneuvering the gun easier and less restrictive.

The gun is said to work with any brand of sprayer with maximum pressure ratings of 5,000 psi, and it comes with a Titan TR1 tip and in-line filter assembly, if desired.

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