Chapin Industrial Concrete 3.5 Gallon Sprayer

Chapin Industrial Concrete 3.5 Gallon Sprayer
Chapin International, Inc.
Out of Stock
Lead time:
Typically Leaves Warehouse in 1-2 Business Days
$20.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
Ground Delivery (3 - 5 Business Days)

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The Chapin Model 1949 Concrete Sprayer is the concrete workhorse and has been an industry icon that has set the standard for years. This 3.5 gallon Tri-Poxy coated Sprayer with Viton Seals was designed and engineered for the Concrete Professional and is Chapin’s Most Popular Industrial Sprayer. Sprays up to 30%-35% solids. Chapin sprayers set the standard in the industry. Chosen by more professionals, Chapin Industrial Sprayers are designed with the help of chemical manufacturers and construction professionals, specifically with your applications in mind. Others may repackage consumer quality, home owner products as "Industrial Grade" and expect the construction professional to not see the difference. Chapin is committed to providing the best value and highest quality products to the professional contractor. Made in the USA with Global Materials. 

  • Ergo pump handle with 14" heavy duty brass pump
  • Flexible heavy duty hose
  • Large 4" mouth with tri-lock opening for easy filling and cleaning
  • Tri-Poxy coated metal for superior corrosion protection and easier cleaning
  • Viton equipped seals and gaskets
  • Heavy duty brass spray handle, wand, 24" curved extension, and female fan nozzle
  • Lock-on feature that locks sprayer in spray mode to reduce fatigue
  • Holster for up to 4 nozzles and extension wand

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Typically Leaves Warehouse in 1-2 Business Days and Arrives via Ground Delivery 

Ground Delivery 
This item is delivered via Standard Ground Delivery service via UPS or Fed Ex and generally arrives within 3-5 business days of leaving the warehouse. At this time, we do not offer any premium or express delivery options (ex. Next Day Air).

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The following coverage rates are approximate and for estimating purposes only. We would recommend making test applications on actual surfaces to determine exact coverage rates.

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