20V Battery for Graco TrueCoat Pro Fine Finish Sprayer

For use with the TrueCoat Pro Fine Finish Sprayer (44853, sold separately). Though it fits into the same charger, the bigger battery lets you spray larger, more complicated jobs without interruption. One fully charged 20V battery is able to continuously spray up to 1 gallon of material. Charge time for 80% performance is 45 minutes. Compatible with TrueCoat Pro II (cordless sprayer not available at Rockler, we only carry the corded version) and TrueCoat Pro Fine Finish spray guns.

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