The Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 is a single gun line striper from Titan tool that has a variety of unique design features. This review will cover what the PowrLiner™ 3500 line striper includes and provide a video of the unit in action.
Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 Overview & Review
The Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 is a high pressure diaphragm pump design unit. The majority of line stripers on the market are piston style airless pumps. The benefit of having a high pressure diaphragm pump design is that it has less wear components such as piston packings, piston shafts, or balls and seats that can be costly to repair if ever damaged. One common drawback to a diaphragm pump is the potential for a brief change in the spray pattern as the diaphragm pump shifts from one side of its stroke to the other. To prevent this issue, the Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 has a pulsation dampening chamber which helps control pressure to ensure that the spray pattern remains consistent throughout the pump’s cycle. In our test, the pattern remained consistent. An added benefit of the PowrLiner™ 3500 is that it includes a lifetime warranty on the pump. One thing to consider regarding the lifetime warranty – there are inlet and outlet valves that control material flow into and out of the diaphragm pump that are about $250 dollars each to replace. These are considered wear components and are not covered under the lifetime warranty. However, they are easily accessible and can be changed in a few minutes. This is a great benefit of the diaphragm pump design. The pump supports up to a 0.027” tip and provides up to a maximum of 3300 PSI. Additionally, it has a spray gun that can be easily removed for hand use, allowing you to paint curbs or buildings with a single unit. The higher PSI pump design and larger tip opening will allow you to spray thicker materials relative to lower cost units. The engine is a gas-powered Honda 4.0 Hp 120cc engine.
Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 Cost
The Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 is a bit more expensive than budget striper units. However, it is designed to be a dependable regular striper for contractor duty. While a budget striper may cost $1,200 – $1,500 dollars, the lifetime warranty, larger tip size, and fewer maintenance items could make it a compelling choice if you are looking for a bit of extra longevity and want a more performance from your line striper. The unit is available here for $3,960. The video below shows more about the unit and shows it in use as well.
Final Thoughts on the Titan PowrLiner™ 3500
With the lifetime pump warranty, Honda engine, and ability to spray at 3300 PSI with up to a 0.027” tip, the Titan PowrLiner™ 3500 is a great option for those who need a striper for regular single gun line striping of parking lots and maintenance work.