Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine

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  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine
  • Airbrush Spray Tanning Machine

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Airbrush Spray Tanning Machines


Important Facts About Product

Instant color prevents streaks on all skin Types

A gorgeous dark tan for face and body all year round
Organic sugar based formula

Ideal for all skin types

Work super fast and easy

Before And After Sunless Tanning Photo

>Before and After Sunless Tanning

How To Apply Sunless Tanning Video

Airbrush Spray Tanning Machines

Guide To Purchasing Airbrush Spray Tanning Machines For Your BusinessWhen starting an airbrush spray tanning business, it is important to carefully select the equipment which will best suit the needs of one's clientele and be able to stand up to regular use. Certain factors should be taken into consideration when in the market for airbrush spray tanning machines such as whether one intends to run a stationary or mobile service and how many applications each day are anticipated.

Most technicians prefer to have a selection of different airbrushes which can be used as needed depending on what type of application the situation calls for, spray guns work best for covering larger areas and the smaller airbrushes are better suited to touch-ups and details.

Two types of applicators are available. Pen applicators have a long, thin shape with solution reservoirs at the top and apply the tanning formula in a spot-like manner and requires a circular motion to be used by the technician. A trigger applicator looks a bit like a gun and features a trigger which is operated by squeezing and can be adjusted according to the volume of tanning formula used and area being sprayed. The solution reservoirs may either be mounted on top of the unit or underneath.

There are also two kinds of operating units which serve the purpose of forcing air into the hose and applicator which causes the tanning solution to be sprayed. One type is the compressor, which is essentially an air tank, that when full of pressurized air, it releases it and refills itself. These units work off of the particular air pressure, temperature, and altitude in the location they are being used in. The other type is called a 'High volume, low pressure' turbine which is a tankless unit that instead has a motor supply a continuous flow of air in a uniform manner.

The sound level generated by the equipment is something else to consider. Both compressor and high volume/low pressure units produce noise when in use, the former as it refills and the latter from its motor. However some models are designed to operate more quietly and only emit a low constant hum when they are being used which some technicians prefer.

When purchasing new equipment, the price paid should include a warranty. The period this guarantee covers may be for a year, or possibly two or five years, depending on the manufacturer. Occasionally a lifetime warranty will even be provided. On average, spray tanning equipment will last five to ten years if it is well maintained.

Several different brands of airbrush equipment are available to choose from on the market. It pays to do a little research in this area and read some customer reviews online. In some cases, the quality of the equipment is the same, but the top brands charge higher prices just for their name being on the product. Buyers need to make sure they are not being overcharged.

It can however, sometimes be worthwhile to invest a bit more in equipment which use superior materials in their manufacture. Steel alloy and Teflon system are typically more durable and often last as long as ten years. Whereas stainless steel is usually found in lower quality models and will normally only last about five years or so at most. .

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