Fix-It Friday! Attaching a PMC Coupling Block to your Hose

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.
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6 Ways to Enhance your Spray Gun

You have your spray gun, now what? Different jobs require different mixing chambers and variable pressure from your machine. Your gun requires care and maintenance in order to extend the life of the gun. Here, we discuss the top six gun enhancements you should have on-hand in order to enhance and extend the life of your spray gun.
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Servicing Pump Lube Assembly with DOP

In this video, we break down the components of the Pump Lube Assembly for PMC, Gusmer, and Graco machines. The Pump Lube Assembly, or Lube Reservoir, is responsible for preventing moisture from coming in contact the packings. At times, the DOP may become discolored or contain a milky white consistency.
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Finding a Spray Foam Insulation Business for Sale

The spray foam insulation business is a great investment opportunity for contractors and those looking to start a lucrative venture in a flourishing industry. Spray foam insulation outperforms other types of insulation in longevity, R-value, and sealing ability, and is more environmentally-friendly than traditional insulation. One of the best ways to get started is to search for a spray foam insulation business for sale. First, you’ll want to consider your market and determine the type of equipment you’ll need to complete the jobs you’ll want to do. When you start a spray foam business, you need to know the type of projects you’ll do, find the appropriate equipment and consider the material needs for the equipment you use.
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Material Spraying Issues

It’s less common when material will not spray on the ‘A’ side and ‘B’ side at the same time, but when it happens, there could be a number of factors at play. If you find yourself in this position, take a look at these common reasons;

  1. Proper operation of the pumping system. (execute initial startup checks)
  2. The product cold, it doesn’t flow properly.
  3. Failing delivery supply like transfer pump wear or neglect.
  4. Your regulator could be malfunctioning; Are you getting enough air supply to your Transfer Pump?
  5. Failing packings from wear or neglect.
  6. Clogged screens can also cause major issues in proper flow.
  7. Recent crossover in hose or contamination within the gun itself.