SprayWorks Equipment, a leading specialist in single and plural component equipment, training, rigs, and parts, has redesigned the Barrel Blazer – a 55-gallon drum heater for polyurethane and polyurea materials.
Why should you keep your material warm? Quick and simple: Cold material is unusable. When it’s cold it thickens and damages your equipment. The best way to prevent this is using a drum warmer or insulation/barrel jacket. Using these stocked in your building or rig will keep your material warm and ready to use and prevent costly equipment repairs and/or replacements.
With more customers requesting insulation installs for their residences and businesses, contractors are increasingly interested in finding out more about the application of spray foam. Many realized the benefits of spray foam insulation for cold weather as the frigid temperatures set in, resulting in calls to contractors who need to figure out how to maintain their foam product in temperatures not conducive to its operation and storage.
If you store a spray foam product, it must be maintained at specific temperatures to maintain its optimal state (or be usable at all). As a result, you’ve likely looked into methods of temperature regulation. Chemicals stored during fluctuating ambient temperatures can experience adverse property transformations not ideal for their uses. While the temperature may not feel cold to people, for particular products, dramatic exposure to changes in environmental temperatures are slow to change even one degree of temperature inside the stored containers.Continue reading
Jim Davidson Celebrates 50 Years in the Spray Foam and Coatings Industries
Canton, OH – March 7, 2017 – SprayWorks Equipment Group’s Owner and Inventor, Jim Davidson, celebrates 50 years in the polyurethane industry. With a career beginning at the age of 12, while working for his father’s polyurethane equipment company (a Gusmer distributor), Jim has created a diverse background in spray foam and coatings application including; roofs, bridges, roads, parking decks, building envelopes, and more. He continues to work hard to give back to the industry with education and experience through his nine-year-old polyurethane equipment company, SprayWorks Equipment Group.
SprayWorks Equipment Group Releases Dual Drum Heating System
Canton, OH – November 1, 2016 – SprayWorks Equipment Group, an Ohio-based PMC equipment distributor and manufacturer of the Barrel Blazer and Spraybot, has released a new drum heater – the Dual Barrel Blazer. Previously only available as a single drum heating unit, the Dual Barrel Blazer allows contractors to heat full size 55 gallon drums side-by-side – whether in a mobile rig or inside a building.
Check out the latest spray foam insulation equipment
From February 8-11, 2016, SprayWorks Equipment Group will be attending the Spray Foam Convention & Expo. Our booth will be open to view some of our latest spray foam insulation equipment and polyurethane foam insulation equipment. No appointments needed!
During the show, SprayWorks will be featuring and demonstrating the Spraybot Ultra – an automated spray robot for spray foam insulation and other polyurethane application. The Spraybot is compatible with most spray guns including; PMC, Graco, Gusmer and others!
Save Your Company Money and Time During Cold Temperatures
Weather has always been a factor on the logistics of completing jobs – especially cold weather. Most of us know, when the temperatures reach freezing the job is on hold. But what many of us don’t know is, what is the best way to store equipment and products during these freezing temperatures?
Introducing the Barrel Blazer, a unique game-changer that will deliver magic for contractors far and wide. At SprayWorks, we are always looking out for contractors, searching for ways to help you improve cost in the manufacturing and processing of spray foam and coating materials. It’s our pleasure to introduce the Barrel Blazer. During fall and winter, the most common tech calls are directly due to weather conditions. When material gets cold in the dead of winter, it begins to thicken in viscosity. This begins a slippery slope, no pun intended. But when contractors attempt to process cold material, it creates a domino effect of malfunction. First, the transfer pump may fail to deliver material to the machine at the appropriate time or rate, then the machines goes off ration causing pressure sensors to shut down the machine. Next, error codes may arise, the spray gun may cross over and applicators spray a bad shot of material. During this debacle, the clock is ticking, but no production is taking place which means you may be losing money too. Depending on the particular projects contractors may be working on, it could have serious ramifications to meeting project delivery deadlines. The Barrel Blazer is an ideal alternative to an insulation blanket.