Rhino Linings Launches New Low-Pressure Machine

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  • July 18, 2014

Low-Pressure System Meets Needs of Smaller Volume Businesses and Equipment Manufacturers

Rhino Linings is introducing the LP 1:1 Elite, a new low-pressure machine for applying protective linings to vehicles, machinery and parts, at the Work Truck Show March 5-7 in Indianapolis, Ind.1:1 Elite was developed to serve several emerging segments of the market, specifically smaller volume truck bed lining businesses, auto body shops, up-fitters who spray one to two trucks a week and original equipment manufacturers who spray their component parts and equipment.

“When Rhino Linings first started 26 years ago, the spray-on market was dominated by low-pressure applications,” said Pierre Gagnon, president and CEO of Rhino Linings. ”Gradually more applicators transitioned to high-pressure machines to keep up with their increasing business volume. Until now, that’s left a void for smaller volume businesses or specialty manufacturers who can’t justify the investment in a high-pressure machine.”

The LP 1:1 Elite fills that void because the system is affordable, easy to use and to maintain. Key to the system’s ease of use is the proportioning unit that delivers precisely-metered chemicals at a fixed flow rate for consistent results. This low-pressure system also alleviates issues cartridge gun applicators experience such as downtime needed to replace empty cartridges and high material costs. With the addition of the LP 1:1 Elite to its equipment line, Rhino Linings now offers base packages starting at less than $4,200.