Titan Speeflow Powrliner 800 (Speeflo Powerliner) Review

The Titan Speeflow Powrliner 800 (Powerliner) is an affordable entry level basic line striper capable of spraying quality lines for smaller jobs on pavement, grass or turf. It weighs only 65 pounds and has a simple, compact design making it easy to transport and handle on the job. Powered by a dependable Robin-Subaru 4 stroke engine. (1.6 horsepower) The Speeflow Powrliner 800 is equipped with an LX-40 spray tip that is removable and attached to the machine via a 25 foot spray hose. This allows the user to detach the spray gun and spray stencils, car stops, and curbing. This entry level Titan machine is designed to carry a 5 gallon bucket just like the larger machines. It also has an adjustable swivel front wheel like the more expensive parking lot striping machines which enables you to do straight and curved stripes.

The pros of this machine are that it is affordable and does a decent job of laying down stripes. The cons are that it is a less powerful machine and is not designed for high production work. You may need to thin your paint a little since the 800 series pump is quite small. Also, it is also not a machine that a novice could work on themselves like the Trueline machines by Trusco Mfg.

Model Number: 759-091
Maximum Tip Size: 1-Gun .019″
Max. Output: .33 gpm (1.3 lpm)
Max. Spraying Speed: 106 linear ft. (32.3 m) per minute @ 1.2 mph (1.9 kph)
Line Width Range: 2″ – 12″ (5 cm – 30.5 cm)
Max. Operating Pressure: 2500 psi (17.2 MPa)
Max. Hose Length: 50′ (15.2 m)
Power Source: 1.6 hp (.81 kW) Robin-Subaru Overhead Valve Engine
Pump Drive: Mechanical
Gun, Airless: 550-540, LX40
Hose, Airless: 316-513, 1/4″ x 25′ (7.6 m)
Tips: Airless Striping
Weight Unit / Unit Crated: 65 lbs. / 75 lbs.
Dimensions Unit: 41″ H x 31″ W x 60″ L
Coatings Compatibility: Waterborne traffic paints
Common Applications: Light-duty striping use on parking lots and athletic fields

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