AK275 Tote Sealcoating Spray System

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Make up to $9,625 per tote of sealer — just add a tote of sealer and you can spray up to 27,500 square feet! Read more
Complete sealcoating spray system for DIYers and new sealcoating contractors. High-capacity tote can accommodate as much as 275 gallons of sealer. Empty tote not included.
  • Make $0.35 per square foot
  • Sprays acrylic & water-based
  • 1-year warranty
Delivered in: 5-10 Business Days

Availability: In stock

Add These To Minimize Your Effort!

Filter Kit with Removable Filter

Save time and prevent sealer from spraying unwanted items. Prevents chunks of sealer from clogging spray system nozzles. Compatible with AK55AK275AK130AK230AK130 ProAK230 Pro and Portable Spray Systems.

52" Tote Mixer

Mix asphalt sealer in a 275-gallon tote thoroughly and more efficiently with the 52" Tote Mixer. With spiral ribbon and compatible with all standard power drills.

Hose Reel (Truck or Trailer Mount)

No more tangled up hoses in your truck that lead to kinks, costing you time and aggravation. Look professional, save time and increase your hose's lifespan by reeling it in on this device instead of piling it up.


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AK275 Tote Sealcoating Spray System

  • Acrylic or water-based sealer spray system
  • Connects to a 275 gallon tote (not included)
  • Use for large jobs where a drum of sealer is not enough.

If you need to sealcoat larger areas and the AK55 Sealer Sprayer For Drums just won't give you enough square footage, the AK275 Tote Sealcoating Spray System is the next step up. It allows you to hook directly up to a 275 Gallon tote. The system is great for new contractors, property managers, as well as do-it-yourself parking lot owners. Though similar to the Drum Kit unit, this unit appeals to contractors or property owners that have larger jobs where a single drum may not be enough sealer.

Coverage: A 275 gallon tank of sealer will cover up to 27,500 sq ft. Tank sold separately.

Sealer Types: Please note, this system uses acrylic or water-based sealer only. Do not attempt to spray oil-based or petroleum seal coat as it will ruin the machine and void your warranty.

As a property owner this unit will cut your asphalt maintenance costs down substantially by allowing you to seal your own lot. As a contractor this unit will more than triple your investment in a single tote. If you complete 27,500 sq ft at 35 cents per square foot you can generate $9,625 in gross revenue from just one full tote of sealer. It takes less than 10 minutes for the built in re-circulation system to mix the sealer and you’re ready to start sealing

Please note: The AK275 Tote Sealcoating Spray Systems are designed to work with our sealer totes and proprietary camlock connectors. If you want to use your own tote, the tote will need to have a 2" male camlock (ideally with a 90 degree bend) and a threaded adapter to be compatible with the tote sprayer. Threaded adapters vary, so we recommend checking your local plumbing supply stores to find the best fit.

Note: Do not use sand with this spray system.

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Judd Burdon, President of Asphalt Kingdom

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Weight155 lbs
Dimensions30" x 25" x 30"
Engine OptionsLauntop LT210 7.0HP Four-Stroke Engine with Low Oil Shutdown, Recoil Start
Honda GX160 5.5HP Four-Stroke Engine with Low Oil Shutdown, Recoil Start
Pump2" Cast Iron Centrifugal Pump
Severe Duty, Viton/Tungsten Mechanical Seal
Cast Iron Impeller
Stainless Steel Wear Plate
Tank FittingPlug & Play with all 275 Gallon IBC Totes (sold separately) which Contain a 2” Male CamLock Drain Valve and 2” NPT Threaded Opening on the Cap
Included Accessories6’ Ball Valve Gun w Hose Swivel
2GPM, 3GPM, 4GPM Quick-Connect Spray Tips (1/Each)
50’ x ¾” – 275psi Rated Sealcoating Hose
Quick-Connect 3-Way Valve
Quick-Connect Cam-Lever Fittings
PerformanceAgitation occurs through pump recirculation @ 165GPM
Spraying Pressure 45psi at Tip
Sealer CompatibilityRefined coal tar emulsion without additives
Asphalt emulsion without additives
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FAQs (6)
Customer Questions
How do you agitate the sealer inside a tote?

There are 4 ways to mix sealer inside a tote prior to application or transfer to your sealcoat tank:

1. Use one of our portable spray systems to connect to the tote's suction port and the tote's return feed. Recirculate the sealer for 4 to 5 minutes.

2. Use a compressor with a long 6’ lance to stick down in the top port of the tote. Push the air from the compressor throughout the bottom of the tote to bubble and agitate the material for about 15 minutes.

3. Do both of the above together for optimal sealer agitation results.

4. Use an IBC electrical tote mixer that is mounted on top of the tote. The mixer has a long shaft with a mixer head on it that spins inside the tote to agitate. These electric mixers are quite costly so option 3 above is generally the most commonly used.

The sealer is suddenly just trickling out of my spray tip. What caused this?

If a chunk of sealer, a stone, or a rock is blocking the output of the tip, it would create a blockage in the tip that would create a trickle or a pressurized multi-stream spray. Sealer sitting in the tank for a long period of the tank can dry on the side walls and form flakes. These flakes can fall into the rest of the sealer and get suctioned through to your spray tip, causing a blockage.

We heavily advise investing in a filter kit, as it filters out unwanted chunks. See more troubleshooting tips for if you lose pressure at the spray tip.

I'm getting an uneven spray pattern.

This usually happens due to the tip clogging or if the tip is worn out past a usable point. Make sure to clean your spray tips after every sealcoat job. Buy new spray tips and invest in a filter kit to prevent clogged spray tips.

What type of engine oil should I use? How much oil is needed?

Any standard 4-stroke motor can be used. Like the ones used for lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.

For Launtop engines, 5W-40 is recommended and you can fill up to the level of oil gauge which is about 0.5 Liter. For Honda engines, you can use 10W-30 or the 5W-30 during the cold season - around 0.55-0.6 Liter depending on the model.

Please refer to the manual included with your purchase.

How do I prime the pump? How often should I do it?

Pump priming is simple. As long as there is constant liquid reaching the pump, it will prime and pump. The less air in the suction hoses the better the pump will prime and work.

When transferring sealer from drums to the main spray system tank make sure the transfer kit hose is completely full of water. Connect the barrel pipe to the transfer kit and then the other end of the transfer kit to the suction port of the pump and make sure the transfer kit hose remains full of water. Put the barrel pipe into the sealer drum. Make sure the ball valve handles are in transfer mode. Start your motor and begin your transfer.

The pump only needs to be primed the first time you use it or if you haven't used your pump for longer than 24 hours. Use 1 gallon of water in the pump through the pump orifice allows the machine to immediately push that liquid through, creating enough force to start pulling sealer from the tank.

If air is hitting your pump at anytime it will lose prime and the chances of burning up your seals are high. Make sure water or sealer is always reaching your pump.

If the pump is leaking between the engine and the motor, it's usually caused when the pump overheats, due to running the pump dry. The main master seal heats up and shrivels up, creating small cracks. Always make sure you run some kind of liquid in your pump, whether it be sealer or water during priming.

Do have to prime my AK55 spray system again once I've primed it to remove sealer from my drums to my own personal tote?
You can prime it as many times as you want but doing it once would be enough.
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