Equipment Company Launches New Spray Foam Series

SprayWorks Launches New Equipment Repair Video Series

CANTON, Ohio – SprayWorks Equipment Group, a spray foam and coatings equipment company, has launched a new video series for contractors. The new series of short videos, aptly named Fix-It Friday, is hosted by Polyurethane equipment experts with decades of experience; John Davidson and Dave Penta. Fix-It Friday consists of monthly videos curated with common part repairs and maintenance steps that need to take place regularly. The videos allow spray foam contractors to take repairs into their own hands.
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3 Things You Need to Do Now

3 Things you Need to Do Now for your Spray Foam Business

Spray Foam is a continually growing business industry and as the industry grows, requirements change. It’s important to have a baseline of knowledge for your business, but if you’re not doing these three things it could mean trouble.
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2018 Spray Foam Convention & Expo

The 2018 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 #710, so come visit us during the exhibit times and meet the team.
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How to Minimize SPF Material Waste

Spray polyurethane foam material is one of the ongoing expenses you’ll have as an equipment and business owner. That means it’s one of the biggest areas in your business that you can cut costs by reducing waste when storing or spraying SPF material. Use the following four tips to effectively minimize SPF material waste in your spray foam insulation business.
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Weight vs Volume When Mixing

Spray foam material is packaged, sold and shipped on the basis of weight. Therefore, in order to figure the volume of a product packaged in the drum, converting the weight of the product within the drum into gallons is required. To do so, the specific gravity or weight per gallon of material is required information. There is likely to be a difference between manufactures, so confirm with the product supplier to provide this info or if a scale is available, weigh the container first. Specific Gravity and per gallon weight of the liquid for some manufactures are provided on the SDS or product data sheet (formerly MSDS).
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Protect the Workers: Simple guide to safety symbols on boots

There are various types of safety boots and other personal protection equipment designed made and tested for protection from a wide variety of hazards at the workplace or other. Different professions have different hazard risk as well as different levels of risk. These hazards can be breaking the toe or metatarsal bones by falling or rolling objects, slippage, puncture wounds, electrical shock, chemical burns, frostbite and others. In the US, the rated safety shoes carry different symbols showing the protection level and type of protection they provide. They symbolize the results of various tests in accordance to different US and international standards which they have passed.

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