Looking to expand your color portfolio?

Published on: 17 March 2022
Written by: Marketing Communications
Looking to expand your color portfolio?

Switch to future-ready dispensers for better results

While accurate and reliable performance gives you a competitive edge, offering a wide spectrum of color shades can truly elevate the customer experience. However, standard 16-canister dispensers are not cut to do the job for you. As you gear up for high growth anticipation, it’s time to give your customers more with less — expand your color portfolio.

X-PROTINT XL: The ultimate tinting machine


Engineered for high performance and speed, X-PROTINT XL automatic dispenser comes with a maximum of 32 canisters. This simple yet powerful machine is compatible with universal, solvent, and water-based colorants.


Active nozzle closure gives you faster and more consistent dispensing, ideal for large volumes. You get a minimum dispense of 0.077 ml at a flow rate of 0.5 l/min, enabled by its patented piston pump and AutoDriveTM technologies. This feature-rich dispenser comes with a bi-directional turntable that automatically reduces its speed when the door is opened.

X-PROTINT XL delivers incredible reproducible tinting output making itself a valuable investment for you to scale operations. Its quick startup enables faster time to market for POS and offers the lowest TCO in the segment. The sturdy design requires no assembly and comes with an uninterrupted power backup.


  •  Compact size and easy mobility
  • Ready-to-use out of the packaging
  • Minimal operator training
  • Dust and rodent proof
  • Flood resistant (up to 40cm)
  • Inbuilt safety features
  • Mobile tinting with PrismaRT app

Accelerate your business to new heights with proven technology from Fast and Fluid Management Asia. Our range of robust dispensers with award-winning designs enables flexibility and operational ease. Over 30 years of domain expertise allows us to co-create paint tinting innovation with our customers.


*Source – Mordor Intelligence




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