There are so many options available when it comes to the main paint operating systems. It can be hard to navigate what is best to use. We want to help you pick the best equipment for your application and process with a wide variety of options available:

Pressure Tanks & Pots

  • Operate on low fluid pressure
  • Available in stainless, aluminum, or galvanized steel
  • Most common sizes available: 2, 5, 10, and 15 gallons
  • Inexpensive
  • Flexible and easy to upgrade with additional functionalities

Diaphragm Pumps

  • Step up from pressure tanks and pots
  • Provides longer paint cycles
  • Reduced clean up time

High-Pressure Pumps

  • Used for production finishing in wood or metal industries
  • Used with airless or air-assisted spray guns
  • Fluid pressures as high as 8000 psi
  • Can supply to multiple guns if needed

Plural Component Systems

  • Also known as 2k or 3k systems
  • Keep different materials from being mixed up in production
  • Less waste
  • Uses mechanical or electronic metering systems
  • Short set up time

Color Change Systems

  • Accurate mixing of multiple components
  • Ability to change colors quickly
  • Flush cycles between each color
  • Can be set up for manual or automated finishing systems

Ram-Style Pumps

  • Specially engineered for high-viscosity materials, like sealants and adhesives
  • Available in 5- or 55-gallon models