The Trueline Family of stripers are rugged and capable machines. They are very affordable yet fully capable of doing commercial work. Because of their simplicity any one can work on the machine and downtime is close to zero. Click here for information and pricing on the Trueline Striper.
Trueline Stripers by Trusco are easy to use and very affordable alternatives to more expensive gasoline powered line stripers. Unlike the Graco, Kelly Creswell, Proline, Airlessco and other gasoline machines Truelines are easy to maintain yourself with no shop repairs required. The Trueline striping machines use a stainless steel pressure tank where thinned paint is fed into a paint box that slides along the ground. The box makes it possible for the machine to produce a nice clean line even in windy conditions.
Trueline has several models and each comes in a 5 gallon and a 10 gallon version. (Note- the model 20 which comes in a 4 gallon version only) The available Trueline machines are as follows
Model 20 – Pump up striper
Model 250 (battery powered)
Model 250 (CO2 powered)
Model 250N (Nitrogen powered) – (this is the model that we use)
Model 350N (Nitrogen powered-10 gallon tank)
Model T-2000 (self contained gasoline powered unit)
Model 220 & 250 APT (compressed air)
Glass Bead Dispenser
Solvent Cleaning System
Double Line Attachment
The following specifications are common to all models:(except model 20)
Welded heavy duty iron steel frame with 5/8″ axles.
10″ pneumatic tires, heavy duty steel hub, steel ball bearings.
4″ Spray Box – Heavy Duty Steel. Other box sizes available.
Drain hose to make cleanup a quick easy clean job.
Eight quart galvanized funnel with aluminum strainer.
Tank Brush for cleaning the inside of paint tank.
Parking Brake to keep the machine from rolling down hills
Simple viscosimeter to measure the paint thickness.
Fittings are made from Brass & stainless steel
98% assembled – Within 30 minutes you should be ready to stripe.
Trueline stripers have been around since the 60’s and are great for small to medium sized parking lots. They will do commercial work but may lack some of the extra features that the more expensive machines have. For putting lines down on the ground they are great. “I have personally used the Trueline machine and highly recommend it.” I had the 250 model and used a roller and a separate sprayer for curbs but it has never been a problem. If you do not want to use a roller then I recommend the Trueline Model T-2000. It has a very nice spray unit built in to it.
If you are looking for a very economical way to stripe either your own parking lots or do some commercial work then the Trueline Paint Striper is a machine to look into.
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Steven Cole (Economics, MBA – University of West Florida, Business & Innovation – Stanford University) 30 years experience in the parking lot striping business. Expert in reflective visibility solutions.