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Fas-Trak Stingray with Reike Adapter

$798.50
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Key Features:
  • Direct Dispense Application
  • Ergonomical design
  • Industrial grade
  • Lightweight
  • Product Description

    Stingray with Reike Adapter includes: Stinger Tool, Storage Tray & Premium Finish Pad.

    Fas-Trak Industries is proud to introduce another patent pending breakthrough innovation performance solution in floor care.

    The Stingray is designed specifically for applying floor finishes to small and medium size areas in facilities by the most efficient method available today! Fas-Trak Industries is the industry leader in application technology.

    Easily sets up in a minute and applies finish directly from the 5 gallon pail! No transfer - No cleaning - No waste! Weighs only 12lbs. Transport is simple and requires little training.

    The Stingray takes the sting out of your challenges to achieve professional results and saves you money and precious natural resources.

    Features:
  • Easily apply floor finish and sealers DIRECTLY from 5 gallon pail at 9,000 sq/ft hour! 25% faster and easier than backpack units.
  • Direct Dispense Application Feature: Zero waste - truly "Be Green"
  • Eliminate messy mop and bucket.
  • Ergonomical designed. No cumbersome backpack to wear.
  • Industrial grade - Made in USA for years of service.
  • Lightweight state of art Stinger 16" applicator tool - 70% lighter than traditional finish mops.
  • Stingray: large 5 gal capacity vs. Backpack: 1.5 gal capacity (70% more user capacity using the Stingray)
  • Patent pendings worldwide

  • Ideal Markets:
  • Convenience Stores
  • Retail Stores
  • Office Buildings
  • Hospitals/Nursing Homes
  • Small/Medium Size Facilities

    Parts: FTS-1015, Premium Stinger Finish Pads (5 per Pack)
  • Additional Information

    ManufacturerFas-trak
    Tank Capacity (gal)5

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    Stingray BrochureDownload
    Stingray and Backpack Comparison SheetDownload
    Stingray FAQ'sDownload

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