“In the SM-10, we improved aspects such as power and durability. However, it continues to be the entry-level machine for professionals seeking the automation of painting, that is why we call it ‘my first airless,’ he explained.
According to Barbosa, the SM-10 features all the traditional benefits of airless equipment, such as organization, performance, ease of handling and speed. However, for being a national design, it has more affordable purchase and maintenance costs. With engine power of 575 W and a maximum pressure of 210 bar, the SM-10 operates at a rate of 1.7 l/min and weighs only 8 kg.
The SM-10 Plus, in turn, is mainly focused on small contractors, as it offers greater capacity of application, of up to 2.2 liters of paint per minute. “With the SM-10 Plus, we managed to reach users who have higher demands, but that do not justify the purchase of higher power equipment.” In addition to its own production, Cetec is the authorized distributor in Brazil of the machines produced by the US company Titan, a global reference in painting equipment – the partnership began in 1998.
Founded in 1993 and holder of ISO 9001 quality certificate, Cetec has already supplied, from two plants located in São Paulo (SP), over 15,000 machines to more than 4,000 customers throughout South America.