SprayWorks is always looking for ways to improve cost and the way contractors manufacture and process spray foam and coating materials. The #1 most common tech calls in the fall, winter, and spring seasons are a direct result of cold material. When your material gets cold it thickens in viscosity.
When contractors try to process cold material, this can create a domino effect, the transfer pump fails to deliver material to the machine when it needs it, the machine goes off ratio, pressure sensors shut down the machine, error codes appear , the spray gun crosses over, and applicator has sprayed a bad shot of material. At this point, nobody is working until all is corrected resulting in hours of lost time and money.
Get the best drum and barrel heaters
Effective industrial drum heaters eliminate waste and lower costs incurred from materials damaged by improper storage. Storing materials in drums and barrels can be problematic. Chemicals, spray foam, epoxies, resins, and other industrial materials often have strict temperature storage requirements. It’s important to store these products at optimal temperatures. If these fragile materials spend time outside of their prescribed temperature zone, longevity will be drastically reduced, resulting in and wasted product, inflated costs, and strained budgets.
There are many types of heat wrapping devices on the market to choose from, but none of them heats at the source in the drum where the problem starts. The Barrel Blazer safely heats your material at the bottom of the drum where the materials are being pumped from.
The units are also fully serviceable and available with heating element options giving you more choices for those products that require higher drum temperatures. The Barrel Blazer heating units are not just a one trick pony; the units assist in securing your barrels and works with most any other drum transport system.