Electrical Connections

Often overlooked when owning and operating spray foam equipment, is the electrical system.  When transporting to and from projects, the spray equipment takes its share of bumps and vibrations that can loosen electrical connections. I recommended rechecking all of the electrical connections at least once every three months. Weak connections can prematurely short circuit or shorten the life of the electrical components.

Best Tool to Have

As Spray Foam Technicians, we recommend one tool you should have on hand that can keep you and your crew up and running. When you suspect that you may have an electrical issue and need to contact a tech for help, one of the first things you may be asked is to confirm voltage’s through the spray system. Having a Multi-Meter on hand in your spray rig will help you to easily determine the answers you need to get your system up and running asap.

Use the Correct Mixing Chamber & PCT Combo

AP-EXWhen using the AP-EX extension gun in 16” on center stud wall type spray application – try using PMCs – 00X Mixing Chamber and PCT combination. (PN# KT-814-00X) Set your spray foam machine around 1,000 PSI on you’re A and B gauges. This will allow for further extended control of the AP-2s quick change mixing spray head.

Inspect Your Hoses

Over a short period of time, ISO material can accumulate on the pump – preventing the equipment from working correctly and causing potential damage. A quick daily inspection and removal of crystallization can prevent costly down time and will extend the life of your pump.

Follow this daily check with inspecting the bottom foot valve housing from potential obstruction. Lastly, color code the transfer pump ‘red’ for isocyanate and ‘blue’ for resin.

The Automated Spraybot:

The Machine that is Revolutionizing
the Spray Foam, Coatings, and Polyurea Industries

It resembles a Mars Rover Robot, except that a spray gun is mounted on this motorized mobile spray machine. Introducing the latest innovation in spray coating equipment: The Spraybot, from Sprayworks Equipment Group.

Jim Davidson, President of Sprayworks Equipment Group, LLC in Canton, Ohio has invented a new automated spray application machine that has been patented as the Spraybot. This roving machine is designed to evenly apply spray foam, polyurea, or other coating materials to roofs, bridges, decks, and other large horizontal surfaces. Interestingly enough, automated spray machines are finding a place in floor-coating industries that require the application of elastomers, polyureas, epoxy, and other types of coating materials.

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End of the Year Spray Foam Equipment Sale!

Now is the time to save! If you’re looking to upgrade your existing spray foam machine and or looking to expand your spray foam business. Purchase a PMC GH-40 PN# GH 40P-1210A30 from SprayWorks Equipment Group for only $18,500.00 offer expires 12-31-13.

The PMC GH-40 is designed to accommodate up to 410ft of heated spray hose and features two independent pre-heaters, providing you with precision control. The user friendly control panel makes it easy to adjust temperatures and pressures. The GH-40 now features a stroke down cycle counter. The counter can be pre-set to prevent you from running out of material. This alone can prevent costly down time at the same time saving you money in labor monitoring barrel levels. “Designed with the customer in-mind”

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High Performance Overspray Release from SprayWorks Equipment Group

SprayWorks Equipment Group is well known for bringing quality products at affordable pricing to the spray foam industry, from mobile spray foam rigs, barrel blazer drum heaters, the SprayBot and PMC spray foam equipment, just to name a few.

SprayWorks introduces a high performance Spray Foam Mechanic Overspray Release agent that is a clear spray-on silicone mold release and lubricant combined. SprayWorks Spray Foam Mechanic Overspray Release is designed specifically for use on spray foam insulation equipment, like lends covers, mask, spray guns, machines and hoses, making foam removal a snap.

Overspray Release as a lubricantSpray Foam Mechanic Overspray Release is also a lubricant; lubricate internal and external components on and in your spray guns. Use SprayWorks Spray Foam Mechanic Overspray Release when rebuilding spray foam equipment, pre lubricating piston shafts and seals before reassembly. Apply Spray Foam Mechanic Overspray Release to piston shafts before, during and after usage to further extend the life of seals.

Pre-lubricate gun parts, O-Rings and much more……

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Spray Foam Rig Testimonial

Another spray foam rig from SprayWorks Equipment Group exceeds customers expectations.

Testimonial:

We received our spray rig today, I must say Sprayworks not only met our expectations but surpassed them by a long shot. The attention to detail is phenomenal, the layout is all business and well thought out.

I would definitely recommend sprayworks rigs to any company from established companies to new up incoming alike.

The sales staff is great to deal with and knowledgeable.

Thanks again

Don Fraser
Project Manager
M&L General Contracting LTD

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