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Old 06-21-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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My name is David Hollander and I would like to introduce you to TriTech Industries. TriTech is a precision manufacturer of high quality airless spray equipment accessories. All manufacturing is done at our 80,000sf facility in Union, NJ.
TriTech offers you quality, reliability and price that will support your reputation and livelihood. Take a look at our product line. Please give me a call and I will be happy to answer any questions
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Office: 866-387-4832 ext 301 (fax) 908-378-1659

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Old 06-21-2011, 06:19 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum David.
Please read our advertising rules here.

While we have several vendors here and appreciate their interaction with our members, this is not the place to advertise. You can contact the owner of the forum here if you wish to advertise.
We often have questions on equipment that you may like to offer information on if you decide to join our community.

As the rules state, you may put a link in your signature line, here are the instructions.

I did remove your email, just because you will get spammed terribly by posting it here. Members can pm you if they would like to contact you.

Thanks, and I look forward to your input here.
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Welcome aboard. Have seen your ads in trade magazines but never see your products in my area. Maybe one day.
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Welcome David, I am interested in your spray tips pm me.
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I bought one of the T360 guns last year and might be using it for the first time tomorrow lol...
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I have sold a fair amount of Tritech T360 spray guns and tips and have had no complaints. they are coming out with line of sprayers in 2012 that are all made here in the US. no details yet though but the guns are well made.
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Masterpeice,

I think you will be very satisfied with the T360!!! Let me know your thoughts after you have used it...

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Hi David, we have been selling your products for a couple of years. Also no complaints, welcome aboard.
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Welcome, Good to have you here. Wanna buy a proshot? barely used
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Had a nice chat with Art today. These guys know their stuff, and definitely seem to be more dedicated to their quality products, dealers, and end users.
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Now we can have a Ford/Chevy/Dodge debate:

Which is better? Tritech/Graco/Titan
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Now we can have a Ford/Chevy/Dodge debate:

Which is better? Tritech/Graco/Titan
I have never heard anything bad about Tritech butI have never used them either, I almost bought some of their products on eBay but honestly my feelings on eBay these days is the majority of everything on their is fakes, seconds or reconditioned.
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