March 2006

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Spray gun is low-maintenance

GlasCraft Inc. has introduced the Probler P2, a spray gun that is said to be the smallest and lightest available in the market. It offers many coatings and foam insulation applications, as well as a double piston that provides more than 300 pounds of trigger force.

The Probler P2 has a grease fitting that is said to allow fast and easy maintenance. Its air check valve design prevents material from entering the air portion of the gun, and side block attachment bolts eliminate gun foam-up, which is said to reduce spray inefficiencies. A two-piece mixing chamber and replaceable "quick-change" tip are said to make the Probler P2 low-maintenance.

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