Taking all the above factors into consideration, it’s clear that specialised equipment is necessary to apply disinfectants, sanitisers and deodorisers, to keep people and employees safe.

Graco’s portfolio of disinfectant sprayers

The following products are suitable for arenas and athletic facilities; hospitality; transportation; food service; healthcare; housing; education and childcare. In fact, everywhere where the coronavirus is present.

SaniSpray HP 10: A corded handheld sprayer that sprays up to 0.3 litres (10 ounces) per minute. It is designed

specifically for household use, where small areas need to be sprayed quickly and efficiently. Its portability means it can be quickly taken from room to room. It even sprays upside-down.

SaniSpray HP 20: This corded handheld sprayer doubles the spray capacity of the HP 10. Adjustable flow control delivers either a complete coverage on specific objects or a fine spray within an area.

The SaniSpray HP 20 Cordless provides greater portability. It is provided ready-to-go, with two Dewalt 18V lithium-ion batteries and a charger.

The SaniSpray HP 65 portable hopper sprayer allows for faster applications. Its pour-and-go 5.7 litre (1.5 gallon) hopper delivers extended spray time along with self-contained portability. Capable of spraying 1.9 litres (65 ounces) per minute, you can even attach a 90 metre (300 foot) hose to extend its reach.

Rounding off the portfolio is the SaniSpray HP 130 2-gun cart sprayer. This is the highest production airless disinfectant sprayer available on the market today, spraying up to 3.8 litres (130 ounces) per minute. The simultaneous dual gun operation maximises disinfection rates. The cart’s roll- and-go design makes it easy to move sprayer and chemical bucket together. It is delivered ready to use, with wspray guns, hoses, spray extensions and a range of spray tips. SaniSpray HP features

Looking under the hood of the Graco SaniSpray HP portfolio reveals a number of key features that make these products perfect for consistent and complete edge-to-edge surface application coverage.

Smart Control enables the operator to set the required performance for disinfecting applications from 0 to 69 bar (1,000 psi). Full range control delivers either complete coverage on specific objects or fine spray within an area.

The use of custom applicators is key. The airless gun is the most critical component the operator holds all day. Critical wetted parts have been upgraded to withstand the harsh chemicals found in disinfectants. The provision of 40cm extensions gives additional reach and reduces the risk of operators being exposed to chemicals.

The sprayers are designed to deliver the proper atomisation required to quickly and consistently coat surfaces to disinfect and sanitise efficiently. Interchangeable tips and adjustable pressure allow the desired particle size to be achieved. The devices are uniquely built with the highest grade materials that are compatible with disinfectants, sanitisers and deodorisers, unlike traditional airless paint equipment. Moreover, they deliver the highest productivity which helps to reduce operator fatigue.

The SaniSpray HP portfolio has easily recognisable colours to make them quickly differentiated from a traditional airless paint sprayer. This makes it easy for everyone to identify and avoid contact with potentially contaminated equipment. Finally, they are delivered with everything needed to start spraying now, right out of the box. Just add disinfectant and get to work.

If you would like to know how to get your hands on Graco’s SaniSpray HP airless disinfectant sprayers to battle against COVID-19, contact After delivery, Graco provides round-the- clock product support. TOMORROW’S FM | 21

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