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Old 12-22-2009, 09:30 AM   #1
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Wagner corporation hs just notified all of us service centers that effective January 1,2010 the Spraytech line of sprayers will no longer be available.
what used to be the spraytech line will now look exactly the same except it will have a red motor cover and be called the Titan Advantage line. All capsray hvlp will now be Titan Capspray and Speeflo will now be Titan Speeflo. there will continue to be a full line of parts for the spraytech units as they have essentially been a duplicate of the Titans for the last 2 or 3 years.
As the paint sprayer manufacturers continue to consolidate there are now only two manufacturers left in the US. Graco ( airlessco and asm )Wagner ( titan,speeflo,capspray,spraytech)
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Old 12-22-2009, 09:53 AM   #2
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Thanks for the heads up and keeping a finger on the pulse.
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Good info. I have a soft spot for older spraytechs, not the newer mercurys of the spray world though.
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yeh Sean I know what you mean . I always recommended spraytech because they were all mechanical and had no electronics until they bought Titan and started to integrate everything into one machine with different covers. I guess time marches on
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