Precision Material Application Becomes Possible with Coaterbot
Canton, OH – February 5, 2019 – SprayWorks Equipment Group is proud to announce its new invention, the Coaterbot. Created by long-time Polyurethanes equipment inventor and founder of a 4th generation company – James Davidson created the Coaterbot to cover a broader spectrum of material applications.Continue reading
Selecting a spray foam rig requires care and accuracy. Plus, when you invest in the right equipment, you get to enjoy an efficient and durable trailer which improves your overall business productivity.
In this post, you’ll learn how to choose the best spray foam rig for you. We carefully describe the vital steps you should pay attention to before buying your foam rigs.Continue reading
In this episode of Fix-It Friday! We help you understand Polyurethane hoses and their different uses – including; heated hoses, whip hoses, scuff jacketing, and temperature sensing units (TSU).
Not all hoses are created equal when it comes to pressure ratings. Different projects require different pressure capacities.
Spray Foam typically requires 2,000 psi low pressure hoses, unless you are spraying a roof.
Coatings always requires 3,500 psi high pressure hoses.
Whip Hoses are always 3,500 psi and work great for either high pressure or low pressure systems.
The Anatomy of PMC Hoses
All PMC hoses come standard with an A side and B side with an air supply line, along with a heating element – all of which are insulated. In the case of a hose equipped for TSU, you will also see a purple communication line. All hoses come with the electric bullet connectors with the black line being the voltage line and where heat is drawn from the hose. The lines come capped and are made as a female and male entry point so as not to cross lines. ISO side or “A” side is marked red, while Resin side or “B” side is marked blue.
All hoses are designed to heat, for exception of the 30″ non-heated whip hoses.
All hoses have the ability to add scuff jackets. Only the PMC whip hoses come standard with the scuff jacket included. Scuff Jackets are a necessity in protecting your hoses from snagging on nails and getting easily damaged by any debris or elements.
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The 2019 Spray Foam Convention & Expo is just around the corner. Whether you’ve attended before or this is your first time, plan on an educational week full of industry experts and leading industry equipment. SprayWorks will be displaying at booth #309, so come visit us during the exhibit times and meet the team.
In this episode of Fix-It Friday! We teach you how to instal a Temperature Sensing Unit (TSU) on your PMC Heated Hose. An insulated jacket is included with your TSU compatible hose – you’ll want to ensure it is over the hose and in place before installing the TSU, as you cannot add it after the TSU is in place.
In this episode of Fix-It Friday! – we discuss how to rebuild the Manual Valve on your Coupling Block. PMC’s Coupling Block features rebuildable valves, which allow you to better maintenance your block.
Winterizing Spray Foam, Urethane or Polyurea Machines for Prolonged Shutdowns and General Flushing of the Hose
Prior to storage, and generally whenever the spray foam, urethane or polyurea equipment is stored for more than a couple of weeks, the isocyanate side of the system may require a thorough flushing to prevent contamination.
Spray Guns Worth Mentioning
An essential part of Polyurethane application is having the right gun. In this article, we review the top seven types of Polyurethane applications, which gun is best, and why you should consider them for your next project.
Roof & Wall Insulation
In this episode of Fix-It Friday! – the Coupling Block is explained with tips on how to hook up your coupling block to your PMC hose.
PMC’s Universal Coupling Block is designed for the AP1, AP2, AP3, APEX, and PX7 spray guns – as well as the GX7 spray gun. When taken out of the box, your Coupling Block will include plugs and fittings. The larger of the two fittings is intended to connect with the Resin side of your hose. The smaller of the two fittings is intended to connect with the Iso side of your hose.
SprayWorks is proud to announce its new scholarship program, The James Davidson Innovative Student Scholarship. The scholarship is named after SprayWorks Equipment Group owner, James Davidson. James has been designing robots and equipment for Polyurethanes for three decades and has contributed thousands of hours teaching Polyurethane professionals how to create careers in the industry.Continue reading