Armaline line marker hits the market

Specifically developed for use with Rigby Taylor's award-winning Impact paint, Armaline is a versatile line-marking attachment for use with turf utility vehicles. It should appeal to local authorities, schools and contractors.

Much quicker to overmark pitches than a pedestrian marker, the Armaline features a universal clamp that fits to the side of vehicles such as the Gator, Workman, Cushman and Kubota. It is then connected to a compact 20-amp battery and 12V pump in the vehicle's cargo box, along with a 10-litre drum of Impact paint.

At the end of the arm is the ski, which is designed to glide over the surface. It contains the spray head with solenoid for instant cut-off. Line widths of 3in or 4in can be produced. Impact paint is ready-to-use - no need to measure, pour, mix or add water. The arm of the Armaline can be retracted and locked in position for transport between pitches.

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