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The Drum Drainer (7077) is our spray applicator that features a Pumptec nylon
pump
.  It will withstand mild caustics and acids.  The spray volume is rated at .1
gallons per minute to 1.5 gallons per minute relative to 50 - 200 PSI.  The Drum
Drainer is designed to spray liquids with thin viscosities and it lends itself to being
like an HVLP sprayer. Primarily used to apply oil-based wood stains, this unit also
applies other sealers and cleaners such as
Gutter Zap and UNDO.

Each Drum Drainer unit comes complete with:

cart (rated up to 300 lbs.)

pump/motor assembly

50' hose w/ anti-drip quick connects

spray wand with cone nozzle

12 V battery

Unit weighs approximately 55 lbs. and ships UPS
.
$799.99
Do you have your own high quality deep cycle 12V battery?  
Save the cost of the battery!  The unit will come with
everything listed above EXCEPT the 12 V battery.
$699.99
The Drum Drainer II is excellent for spraying liquids with thin viscosities. Primarily
used to apply oil-based wood stains, this unit also applies other sealers and
cleaners such as
UNDO and Seal 'N Lock.

Each Drum Drainer II unit comes complete with:

cart (rated up to 300 lbs.)

pump/motor assembly

100' hose w/ anti-drip quick connects

Durable Santoprene & Viton Wetted parts

spray wand with cone nozzle

12 V battery

Unit weighs approximately 55 lbs. and ships UPS
.
$599.99
High Volume Low Pressure Spraying Systems
High volume low pressure spraying systems are designed to spray thin, viscous liquids over a wide area. They have uses in many applications such
as agricultural, deck restoration, insecticide treatments and soft-pressure roof and house washing. High volume low pressure spraying systems are
an excellent addition to any professional contractor's tool arsenal.  Want to save time and money? High Volume Low Pressure Spraying Systems
allow the user to spray large volumes of product using pumps that are designed for typical usage applications.  And for those using caustics like
bleach, you can rest assured that some of these systems contain pumps with Viton internals.

The industry has evolved and with the application of proper chemicals and soft pressure, many cleaning projects can be completed with stunning
results.  Remember that high pressure does not always equal "clean".  And too much pressure can destroy many substrates.  Soft pressure cleaning
simply means cleaning
So....do you NEED a $7000 "specialized" rig? Not unless you want it and can afford it!  There are a variety of tools and chemicals on the market today
for this particular cleaning style. Assuming you already own a pressure washer and your budget is $250, consider an X-Jet nozzle system and a dual
lance wand.  With
proper technique, soft pressure washing can be accomplished with ease.  If your budget is $800, consider a Drum Drainer or Drum Drainer II.  And
if your budget is $5000, talk to us about a specialized rig system.  

Take a look at our Drum Drainer and Drum Drainer II further down this page.  These spraying systems are excellent, cost-effective methods to
perform exterior wood staining and soft pressure washing.  These self-contained units are easily pushed or rolled to your working area. They are so
well-balanced because of the weight and placement of the battery box and this is so important to the user.  And with an ample amount of hose and
the ability to hold a 5-gallon pail of product, both Drum Drainer units will allow the user the opportunity to work without interruption for a
significant time.  

Don't forget to check out our
SmartWash House and Roof Wash.  This product is super-concentrated and priced much lower than other brands.  The
product has been tested by contractors in the field and has received rave reviews.  

Interested in replacement parts for some other name-brand sprayers?  Check out the PARTS page to the right.......
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