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Striping Machine Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of striping machine manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source striping machine manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate striping machine companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture striping machines for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading striping machine manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for field striping machines, striping machine rentals, or paint striping machines.

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  • Round Lake, IL

    We carry a large variety of paint equipment to help our customers meet their painting needs. We also offer other products related to industrial ovens. We carry a variety of products, including striping machine designs, spray booths, painting equipment, and much more. You can find out more about us when you visit our website or you can give us a call to speak with us in person!

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  • HOLLAND, OH

    Generic Systems is a manufacturer of spray painting robots, finishing systems, spray painting equipment, powder coating equipment and paint sprayers. We provide turnkey systems and reliable, cost-effective design, manufacturing and installation of spray equipment systems. Check out our website for more info.

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  • Kansas City, MO

    Contrast Equipment specializes in spray painting equipment, electrostatic sprayers, finishing systems and paint sprayers. Other featured products include powder & liquid coating equipment, spray booths and sealants & adhesives. We serve the automotive after-market as well as other industrial applications. We were founded in 1923 and continue to value the success of our customers.

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  • East Earl, PA

    Grapek Company was started in 1923 in Newark, N.J. Originally dedicated to the supply of spray equipment to industry, Grapek has expanded over the years to handle a wide range of finishing equipment for all applications as well as a variety of fluid handling pumps and controls including chemical and sanitary applications, spray booths, dust collection systems, ovens and filters.

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  • Wixom, MI

    Hosco is a manufacturer & global marketer of smooth bore, "cavity-free" stainless steel fittings and accessories designed specifically for the use in manual or automated paint circulating & application finishing systems. Products include encapsulated ball valves, smooth bore fittings & adaptors, quick disconnects, restrictors and flow regulators, paint and air hoses, plus paint system accessories.

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Striping Machine

Striping machines are used to paint lines on a variety of surfaces. They are commonly used on pavement to mark parking lots, roads and airports as well as on grass or dirt for sports fields.

Striping machines consist of a small engine, an air compressor, the spray nozzle and a series of valves and hoses including one for paint intake. There is frequently a hose ranging from 25 to 50 feet on average that is attached to a separate spray gun similar to the kind found in spray painting equipment that is used for stencils or touch ups. Wheels, a handle and a trigger allow the operator to control the direction of the machine and the force of the paint spray. Most striping machines are pushed by the operator because that increases the amount of control and precision the operator has; self-propelled or ride-on striping machines are available for large areas. The frame is made from metal and is typically heavy duty stainless steel to resist harsh solvents and corrosion. Some models of striping machines have dashboards that light up for nighttime use. Centralized controls, filters, hose wraps and other accessories help facilitate high productivity for a fast and clean job. Striping machines are generally used by companies that specialize in laying asphalt, sealing cracks and other pavement issues rather than businesses that have paint machines or systems.

There are two main types of striping machines: conventional and airless. In a conventional striping machine, compressed air fed to the paint reservoir forces paint down through a hose to the spray nozzle mounted underneath the machine. The air changes the stream of paint into a spray that marks the lines and stripes on the ground. Another hose carries air to a can of water or paint thinner (depending on whether the paint is latex or oil-based) that can clean out the nozzle of the spray nozzle should it become clogged. This hose bypasses the main paint line so that the paint itself is not diluted, ensuring that the lines are even and consistent. Each air and paint hose has a valve that can be adjusted to control pressure and power. Airless striping machines do not use air compressors at all. Instead, a hydraulic pump draws paint through a suction tube to the nozzle which is a very small slit. The pressure of the paint being forced through the hole causes it to fan out into a spray pattern. There thickness of the paint and the width of the spray cannot be adjusted because there is no air that allows for it. Airless machines are either off or on full power. The slit is also prone to clogging and must be cleaned manually.


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Striping Machine - System Technologies, Inc.
Striping Machine - System Technologies, Inc.