For top-notch used industrial machinery, Exapro is your one-stop shop. We'd like to introduce our selection of secondhand spraying equipment, which is perfect for a wide range of industries, including construction, furniture manufacture, and the automotive and aerospace sectors. These devices are a cost-effective way to enhance your operations since they provide unmatched efficiency, speed, and application consistency.
Our catalogue spans a generous price range of €9,000 to €50,000, ensuring we cater to businesses of all sizes. Economical models starting around €9,000 offer reliable performance for small or infrequent operations. Meanwhile, our premium models, priced up to €50,000, deliver advanced features and capacities for higher-volume spraying operations.
Regardless of price, every machine in our inventory meets our stringent quality standards. With used machines from leading manufacturers such as Graco, Wagner, Kremlin Rexson, and more, you're investing in proven reliability and performance. At Exapro, we're committed to offering you the right machine at the right price, ensuring you achieve the best value for your investment. Explore our range today, and let's elevate your business together.
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Year: 2014Total length 17,500mm Inlet fans Exhaust fans 7 groups of 24 TL lamps 2 UV lamps – 1 for transparent + 1 for pigmented Water/air heating batteries Transport by chromed rollers with 57mm pitch Management with PLC ECOGEL ALD / 8 Laminar air oven 24 groups of TL / UV lamps for gelation model TL 140-420 / 80-365 Independent pressurization …
Year: 2002T20 Reverse Coater Ground rubber rollers New Racle this extra information is standard for this model. Please always double-check the details during a visit The Sorbini T20 REVERSE Spraying Machine, introduced in 2002, represents a significant advancement in the woodworking industry. This machine is designed to provide efficient and precise coating, painting, and finishing applications for wood surfaces. The T20 …
Year: 1998When we bought this machine, we hired an expert guy directly from the Cattinair Factory to assess the condition of the machine. After that we replaced all the necessary parts with new factory parts. Thanks to that finally the machine look like a brand new one. (You will see that). We can give you the conntact details for this expert …
Year: 2008Automatic line for impregnating beads and planks, composed as follows: PASMEC automatic loader, year 2008 : - plc for work cycle programming - arm with suction system and vacuum pump - useful stroke 1600mm, brushless motor and prismatic guides - lateral aligners + pneumatic introducer pusher Impregnating machine CM MACCHINE model TIN SPECIAL, year 2008: - variable forward speed with …
Year: 2018Year of manufacture: 2018 1 belt of 3500 mm 1 brush equipped with antistatic unit 1 CEFLA varnishing robot model MITO 1 tunnel equipped with 6 PIEFFE staged scales Price of the disassembled unit, loaded on a truck, excluding VAT. (this solution only allows for a de-coating of the machine) (this solution only allows for debulking but not drying. The …
Year: 2011IMPREGNATOR for beams and beads - PAOLONI TUNNEL 320x320 year of construction 2011 machine according to CE standards workable width from 10 to 320 mm workable height from 10 to 320 mm no. 4 motorized rubber rollers diameter 100 mm no. 4+1 motorized brushes diameter 200 mm opening and lifting by handwheel with display automatic feed with variable speed controlled …
Year: 2014so composed Pos. 1 - TB 3740 / RBT loading carpet Pos. 2- SMARTCLEAN 34 / AC-R dusting machine Pos. 3 - EASY D sprayer Pos. 3a central color WAGNER / KREMLIN Pos. 4 - TB 1500 carpet Pos. 5 - flexible lung PF-VL 7400 Pos. 6 - tunnel FEV ALD 06 S Pos. 6 / a / 7- MPS …
Year: 2007-composed by: - Load preparer mod. TT1 length mm. 2500 - Upper brushing machine mod. 2S with 2 upper brushes - Automatic spraying machine mod. COMPACT SPRAY complete with pump and guns - Vertical oven "CONTIVER" mod. ETC1-7500 MM - TT1 mm conveyor belt. 2500
Spraying machine is a tool used to spray substances like paint, ink, varnish, and the like. These machines, which give accurate and consistent application unequalled by hand efforts, are used in a variety of industries, from the creation of furniture to the manufacture of automobiles.
The key advantage of using a spraying machine is the consistency they offer. Whether it's the thickness of the paint or the speed of application, these machines ensure a uniform finish that manual methods simply cannot achieve. In addition, they also save time and labour costs, significantly increasing productivity.
At Exapro, we pride ourselves on offering an extensive range of used spraying machines to cater to your specific needs
When it comes to purchasing used spraying machines at Exapro, we strive to offer a broad range of options suitable for different budgets and needs. Our catalogue of spraying machines spans a price range of €9,000 to €50,000, making us an attractive choice for businesses of varying sizes and capacities.
The price of a used spraying machine can vary significantly based on various factors such as the manufacturer, the model, its condition, its specifications (such as capacity, power, hose length, etc.), and the year of manufacture. This wide price range means we can cater to different business needs and budgets.
Regardless of the price point, all our used machines at Exapro are thoroughly inspected and verified to ensure they meet our high standards of quality and reliability. So, you can rest assured that you're investing in a piece of machinery that will stand the test of time and add value to your operations.
Remember, while price is an important consideration, it's equally crucial to consider the machine's specifications, condition, and suitability for your operations. We encourage you to explore our wide selection of used spraying machines and contact our knowledgeable team to help you make an informed decision. At Exapro, we're committed to helping you find the right machine at the right price.
Efficiency and Speed: Spraying machines can cover a large surface area in a short amount of time, considerably increasing the speed of operations when compared to manual painting methods. This enables companies to meet their production schedules more effectively.
Uniform Application: Spraying machines provide a uniform coating of paint, varnish, or other materials across the surface they're applied to. This leads to a consistent and high-quality finish that is hard to achieve through manual application.
Cost-Effective: Spraying machines can significantly reduce labour costs as one machine can often do the work of several manual workers. Additionally, they're designed to minimize waste and overspray, leading to more efficient use of materials and reducing costs.
Versatility: These machines can spray a wide range of materials and can be adjusted to suit different viscosities and application techniques. This means they can be used across various industries and for various products, from vehicles to furniture.
Safety: By using spraying machines, businesses can limit workers' direct contact with potentially harmful substances, such as certain types of paint or varnish. This can lead to a safer working environment.
Reduced Manual Effort: Manual painting can be physically demanding, especially for large projects. Spraying machines do most of the heavy lifting, reducing the physical strain on workers and increasing productivity.
Pressure Rating: This defines the maximum pressure that the machine can handle. It's measured in pounds per square inch (PSI). Higher pressure can mean a higher spray velocity, which can be useful for certain types of coating applications.
Flow Rate: Measured in gallons per minute (GPM) or litres per minute (LPM), this indicates the volume of material that the machine can spray within a specific timeframe.
Spray Pattern Control: This parameter refers to the machine's ability to change the shape of the spray, typically between a round and a fan shape. It allows the operator to adapt the spray to different surface areas and application requirements.
Hose Length: The length of the hose will determine how far the operator can move from the machine while spraying. Longer hoses allow for greater mobility but may require more pressure to maintain a consistent spray.
Material Compatibility: Different machines are compatible with different materials, such as paints, stains, varnishes, etc. Some machines are versatile and can handle a range of materials, while others may be limited to specific types.
Tip Size: The size of the spray tip can influence the width and density of the spray pattern. Larger tips allow for greater material flow but may also result in a wider, less controlled spray.
Power Source: Spraying machines can be electric, pneumatic (air-powered), or hydraulic. The choice of power source can influence the machine's portability, noise level, and overall performance.
Tank Capacity: The size of the machine's material reservoir will determine how often it needs to be refilled. Larger tanks can allow for longer uninterrupted work periods.
The performance, efficacy, and adaptability of the machine for a given task can be significantly influenced by these factors. It's crucial to take into account these factors when selecting a spraying machine to make sure you get one that will match your unique requirements and deliver effective, high-quality outcomes.
Spraying machines are incredibly versatile and find use in a diverse range of industries and applications. Below are some of the primary areas where these machines are commonly used:
Automotive Industry: Spraying machines are used extensively in the automotive industry for painting vehicles. They provide a uniform, high-quality finish that is essential for this industry.
Aerospace Industry: Much like in the automotive industry, spraying machines are used to apply paints and coatings to aircraft parts. They are also used for protective coatings and anti-corrosive applications.
Furniture Manufacturing: From varnishing wooden furniture to applying finishes to metal pieces, spraying machines are crucial in the furniture industry to provide a uniform and smooth finish.
Construction and Infrastructure: Spraying machines are used for a variety of tasks in construction, including painting walls, applying protective coatings to structures, and marking roads.
Manufacturing Industry: These machines are used to apply coatings, protective layers, and finishes to manufactured goods across a wide range of industries.
Shipbuilding Industry: Spraying machines are used extensively for painting and coating ships. Given the size of these structures, the efficiency of spraying machines is of enormous value.
Agriculture: In agriculture, spraying machines are used to distribute pesticides, herbicides, and fertilisers over large fields.
Powder Coating: In industries where powder coating is used, spraying machines are used to apply the powder before it's heated to create a hard, protective finish.
Remember, the specific area of use will often dictate the type and specifications of the spraying machine that's required. Factors such as the material to be sprayed, the desired finish, the size of the object, and the working environment all need to be considered when choosing the appropriate machine.
Exapro, as a platform for used industrial machinery, hosts a range of high-quality spraying machines from leading manufacturers worldwide. The specific availability may vary, but here are some manufacturers whose machines you might commonly find on Exapro and across the globe:
Graco: Graco is a well-known manufacturer that offers a range of airless spray equipment for various industrial applications.
Wagner: Wagner provides a variety of spray machines suitable for small to large scale operations, including airless, HVLP (high volume, low pressure), and air-assisted models.
Kremlin Rexson: This manufacturer is known for its range of industrial spray systems, particularly those used in the wood and metal industries.
Nordson: Nordson offers a variety of spraying solutions, including machines for liquid painting, powder coating, and sealant application.
Binks: Binks manufactures a variety of spraying technology, including both manual and automatic spray guns, pumps, and pressure tanks.
Sames Kremlin: Sames Kremlin offers a broad range of solutions for the application of paints, coatings, sealants, and adhesives, including a variety of spray guns and pumps.
IMA Schelling: They are known for their automatic spray coating machines used primarily in the wood industry.
SATA: SATA offers a range of spray guns, suitable for various applications including automotive refinishing and industrial applications.
It's important to note that while all these manufacturers are renowned for their quality, the choice of manufacturer and model should be based on your specific requirements in terms of application, scale, material compatibility, and more. At Exapro, we aim to assist you in making the best choice for your needs.
Choosing to purchase a used machine is a sustainable choice. At Exapro, we don't just sell you a machine; we offer a partnership. Our team is on hand to provide you with expert advice, ensuring you make an informed decision that suits your business needs. Whether you're a small startup looking for an affordable solution or an established business seeking advanced features, we've got you covered. Exapro is committed to offering value, quality, and service, ensuring that your investment is a decision that drives your business forward.