Striping machines

Discussion in 'Sports Field Management' started by RD 12, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. steve18974

    steve18974 LawnSite Member
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    no problem , I will get it for you ...
  2. KGR landscapeing

    KGR landscapeing LawnSite Bronze Member
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    The Star liner or britestriper 1100 r both electric and both work really well. I personaly have never used The 1400 so i cant say how that works. I would think its safe to say that if u go past the 1100 that u should go right to the 3000 its airless and its gonna put down some serious paint.
  3. Company Man

    Company Man LawnSite Member
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    We have been using a machine from the Kromer company, they are kinda expencive but if you have lots of fields to stripe it is well worth the expence.
  4. Field General

    Field General LawnSite Member
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    I have been using the same Pioneer Brite Striper since 1993 It has never failed to perform for me. All I do is clean it with water after every use and occassionally I will fill it with pioneer PHD cleaner and let it set overnight and rinse it in the morning. I always remove the tips and screens after each use and clean them with PHD cleaner.

    I must admit that I completely tear it down at the end of each football season. I give it a thorough cleaning at that time and order any new parts I feel need replaced.

    I also have an extra co2 bottle which makes it nice, fewer trips to the welding supply shop.

    I like it because there are no moving parts to break down. If your striper fails you during football season you have big problems.

    I think a new one runs about $1400.00 But I am not sure.

    MAJBROWN88 LawnSite Member
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    RD 12,
    The Toro Line Painter 1200 is an exceptional machine. It is gas-powered, has a 12-gallon capacity, 2-speed self-propelled, total paint flow control based on nozzle selection, and has an express clean system. Go to and type it in the search box.

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