Taking care of your equipment will save you in the long run. The best way to keep your gun spraying is to keep it clean, lubricated and polished. You should also always see the manufacturer’s manual for specific maintenance needs for all of your equipment.
Fluids subjected to heat in confined spaces, including hoses, can create a rapid rise in pressure due to the thermal expansion. Over-pressurization can result in equipment rupture and serious injury.
Transfer Pump failure is one of the leading causes of off ratio incidence, lost production time, emergency, and cost over-run out of the many components that make up our processing equipment. Diligent preparation is a key factor toward the successful operation of your project and the equipment you depend on. The facts is, equipment components are only going to perform as well as they are understood and maintained.Continue reading
The Graco T3 Transfer Pump is the newest Transfer Pump from Graco, Inc. This quiet 3:1 pump can accommodate low ceiling heights at only 50.3″ and low weight at only 22 lbs.Continue reading
Now Offering Graco Products
SprayWorks Equipment Group is proud to announce its recent partnership with Graco Inc. Now a distributor for Graco pumps, mixers, guns, parts and Gusmer Reactors – customers have a complete line of products to choose from. The partnership was formed in order to fulfill customer needs and offer lower cost rigs with some of the highest quality equipment in the industry.
Transfer Pumps can be a tricky item to replace parts, leaving you with small parts and confused on where to place them. In this Fix-It Friday, John Davidson shows how to replace the Gasket Upper or Upper Air Gasket on a PMC GHO Transfer Pump. The same anatomy can be applied to Graco Transfer Pumps and IPM Transfer Pumps.
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.
How to Changeover Material Using the Logan Manifold
Below are instructions on how to changeover material from Open Cell (OC) to Closed Cell (CC) or from Closed Cell to Open Cell, using the Logan Manifold. Changeover only takes about 10 minutes, once the Logan Manifold is set up, and material waste is minimal at only eight ounces.
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.
When heating up your hose, I highly recommend unravelling the bulk of it. There are two reasons why.
One – the hose will create hot spots and could potentially get to the point where the hose would melt and burst open after an extended period of time. The second reason – as you spray material, you’ll get inconsistent heat and as your material cures, your application will become poor and inconsistent.