COLD PAINT AIRLESS SPRAY APPLICATION
The Borum Master 5500 is a high capacity line marking machine designed for large scale jobs such as marking highways, motorways or airport runways. The material tank capacity can be either 2 x 440L or 1 x 1000L. The possibility of large material capacity naturally gives fewer stops during the day for refilling.
Equipped with a new Deutz diesel engine, the BM 5500 meets the EU Stage IV final (Stage V ready) and US Tier 4 emissions standards. The engine room is also designed to offer you easy access and servicing of the machine through large doors to the engine room.
The BM 5500 has a two-seat slidable drive and operator section for flexible working on the left or right side.
The application equipment can be set to execute lines in widths up to 100 - 125 cm (depending on line thickness) and with two colours. The equipment may be used for the application of single and double lines of different widths, as well as for the simultaneous application of continuous and intermittent lines.
Line types that can be applied with this equipment
Non-pressurized black steel tank for water-based cold paint.
The material tank has a filling system with large filling holes. This makes the filling process very easy to manage. In addition, the large filling holes also make cleaning the tanks easy.
Agitator (mixer) driven by hydraulic motor and with manually operated reversing valve.
High-pressure airless spraying uses a high-pressure airless piston pump to spray the paint. This method can apply paints of high viscosity, and apply relatively thick layers in a single pass. However, the paint cannot be mixed in with glass beads as in the case of atomizing spray equipment due to the pump.
Sliding retainer frame, upon which 1-3 paint guns and 1-3 bead guns can be attached as standard. You can also opt for the option wide retainer on which up to 5 paint guns and 5 bead guns can be provided.
Easily slideable retainer from side to side for an optimal working position. Ground distance is maintained by retainer wheel to ensure a constant road marking width.
Lifting of retainer is done from the operator's seat.
The machine can be equipped with multiple material tanks, so that dual-color marking can be carried out.
Working speed can be up to 15 km/h depending on the conditions, e.g. material, line type, and operator experience.
Automatic high-performance spray gun. Nozzle set for water-based, solvent-based and high solid paints.
Possibility to apply line widths up to 25 cm with standard nozzles depending on line thickness, work conditions, and application speed. You can also choose from a wide range of nozzle sizes depending on your requirements.
High-pressure filter unit with integrated pulsation damper. Easy cleaning and maintenance.
High-pressure airless spraying uses a high-pressure airless piston pump to spray the paint. The airless spray paint is sharper and smoother than atomized spray as there is no high-speed air flow to scatter any rebounding paint.
The marked lines are neat and more clear-cut compared to atomizing spray paint. This method can apply paints of high viscosity, and apply relatively thick layers in a single pass. However, the paint cannot be mixed in with glass beads as in the case of atomizing spray equipment due to the pump.
10L pressure solvent tank for cleaning of hoses and paint guns.
The Borum LineMaster control unit is an easy way of setting and controlling your line marking jobs. The LineMaster is attached to the operator's section of the machine and gives you full control of all your line marking tasks, from line application and pre-marking to reporting and invoicing.
It is possible to store up to 99 different line types, and to arrange these in up to 30 different marking programs. You are also able to pre-set line widths, line types, colours and combinations to have them ready for marking, and can instantly adjust them on the go.
Furthermore, you are able to view the status of various parts of the machine (e.g. compressor) on the computer screen that will help with correctly maintaining the machine and avoiding break downs.