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5/22/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Graco Launches Ultra and Ultra Max Professional Airless Handheld Sprayers

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Graco Inc. introduces its new line of airless handheld sprayers, the Graco Ultra and Ultra Max airless handheld sprayers, available in corded and cordless models.

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Graco Inc., manufacturer of fluid handling equipment, introduces its new line of airless handheld sprayers, the Graco Ultra and Ultra Max airless handheld sprayers, available in corded and cordless models.

“The new technology and design features on the Ultra and Ultra MAX handheld sprayers truly change the game for painting contractors,” says Dan Johnson, Graco global product marketing manager for professional airless handheld sprayers. “They are designed to make it easier to complete small jobs in the shortest time possible while delivering a professional airless finish in a single coat without thinning.”

According to the company, the new RAC X FF LP tips with SmartTip technology offer an enhanced airless finish, while the ProControl II and SmartControl technology enable easy motor speed adjustment and advanced pressure control using any architectural coating at any hand speed. Features also include the DEWALT XR Lithium Ion Battery System designed for extended and reliable spray time.

The Triax triple-piston pump on the Ultra and Ultra Max sprayers are designed to deliver more durable and reliable performance and provide full tip support from size 0.008 to 0.016. The ProConnect pump replacement system simplifies pump replacement and the FlexLiner bag system supports spraying at any angle, even upside down.

The Ultra Max sprayer can be used with several architectural coatings, including waterborne, solvent-based and flammable coatings using brushless technology, static shock protection and solvent resistance.

For more information, visit graco.com/UltraHH

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