Spray Foam Machines
From residential Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation projects to high-volume commercial spray jobs, today’s cutting-edge spray foam machines provide the reliability and power to get the job done.
Commonly referred to as proportioners, spray foam machines are sophisticated pieces of spray foam equipment. For insulation and roofing businesses alike, these insulation foam machines serve as the backbone of an SPF job site.
Many contractors choose SPF insulation foam machines for their dependability, productivity, and high performance, regardless of the size of their job.
Getting to Know Your Spray Foam Machine
SPF insulation is applied using commercially available high-pressure, plural-component proportioning technology. SPF insulation also can be utilized via low pressure, single-component cans or two-component pressurized systems for small-scale projects.
From transferring components out of the material drums, properly heating and pressurizing the materials, pumping them through hoses, and mixing and spraying the components, insulation foam machines are crucial to the entire SPF application process.
When investing in a spray foam machine, there are numerous factors to consider:
Pump Drive System
You have a choice of several different pump drive options for your foam insulation machine. At Intech Equipment and Supply, we offer spray foam proportioners that fall into three major categories: air-driven, electric, and hydraulic.
- Air-powered spray foam machines require less electrical power and tend to be the more affordable.
- Electric spray foam machines require more power, but can typically handle a higher output.
- Hydraulic spray foam machines are becoming increasingly popular as these insulation foam machines deliver consistent performance on high-demand jobs while requiring little downtime and maintenance.
Output refers to the amount of mixed material a foam insulation machine can deliver in a specific time. It is an important consideration, as it impacts the efficiency of your operation and helps determine how quickly you can complete jobs.
In general, the higher the spray foam machine’s output capabilities, the more expensive the machine. Why? Larger heaters and higher output pumps are required to achieve a higher output.
Many of today’s spray foam machine manufacturer’s design the newer, hydraulic models for high-output performance. A high-output spray foam proportioner is extremely useful, and are often a necessity for operations that handle large, commercial projects or other high-volume jobs.
An insulation foam machine’s pressure rating gives you the level of pressure the spray foam machine will generate in the process of mixing the materials. Always make sure your proportioner’s output and pressure settings align with those of your spray foam gun, as well as the components you plan to spray. We recommend referring to the manufacturer’s tech data sheet for the pressure settings of the chemicals you plan to use.
Temperature is another important aspect when using spray foam or polyurea materials because it affects the viscosity of the substances. You must dispense these materials at the proper temperature to achieve the proper viscosity, and ensure the highest quality and most consistent product.
Spray foam proportioners have many individual components that require power. Insulation foam machines have their own electrical systems that you must supply with sufficient power from either a shore power source or a mobile source, such as a generator, to accommodate the electric loads to these components.
For job sites that use a generator, like a mobile spray rig, it is essential to confirm that the generator’s electrical system specs match the proportioning machine’s requirements.
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For contractors who want to provide their customers with the best in insulation technology, Graco has engineered a full line of spray foam insulation machines. Available in air, electric or hydraulic configurations, you’ll find the perfect match for your needs.
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The Integrated PowerStation is advanced power solution that is plug-and-play with Reactor 2 E-30, E-XP2, H-30, and H-XP2 spray foam and polyurea proportioners. Configure a new spray rig fast with a compact, energy efficient, turnkey power supply from Graco.
The Reactor 2 E-30 electric spray foam machine provides next-gen technology for spray foam insulation. Each feature on the E-30 was strategically designed for your business, including software and hardware enhancements for better spray performance, remote access to controls and unmatched jobsite dat...
The Reactor E-20 Electric Plural-Component Sprayer, for low to medium-output foam insulation applications applies up to 20 lb (9 kg) per minute. Equipped with material data and system diagnostics, the Reactor E-20 proportioner provides total control for spraying foam insulation. Advanced features pr...
Graco's hydraulic Reactor 2 H-30 brings increased yield and high output spraying. For medium to high-output foam applications and roofing projects – applies up to 28 lb (12.3 kg) per minute.
The H-40 is designed for large commercial spray foam and roofing applications as well as high duty cycle and high volume applications and is able to apply up to 45 lb (22.0 kg) per minute.
The H-50 is ideal for in-plant OEM's or applicators that spray at high volumes for medium to high-output foam applications and roofing projects and applies up to 52 lb (23.6 kg) per minute.
With the ability to apply up to 30 lb (13.6 kg) per minute, the GH-2 is a simple, durable and reliable hydraulic spray foam machine designed with reliability and ease of service in mind. The Gusmer's point-to-point wired electrical cabinet sits atop Graco's industry-proven hydraulic Reactor 2 chassi...
Capable of applying up to 40 lb (18.1 kg) per minute, the GH-4 combines simplicity and durability with reliability and performance. It's point-to-point wired electrical cabinet sits atop Graco's industry-proven hydraulic Reactor 2 chassis, including the Reactor horizontal pump line, fluid heaters, a...
The Reactor A-25 air-driven proportioner for spraying foam insulation applies up to 25 lb (11.4 kg) per minute.
The Reactor E-10 electric spray foam machine is designed for smaller polyurethane foam projects and touch-ups, as well as polyurea. The E-10 can apply up to 12 lb (5.4 kg) per minute, and offers both simplicity and portability that helps you get in and out quickly without sacrificing performance.
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Spray Foam Trailer
If you are a professional builder, you should stay on top of all news in the industry. This would enable you to provide the best solutions to your clients. For instance, you can purchase a spray foam insulation trailer to go to your clients’ homes and help them insulate their attics, walls, ceilings and floors.
Such trailers are equipped with all tools and devices needed for you to do a high quality job. You are going to have guns for low to medium output foam applications, but also tools for high output spray polyurethane foam applications. You can even get a complete system which has an impressive debit of up to 30 lb per minute. This is going to enable you to work faster without compromising on the quality. Your profitability is going to be higher, because you are going to need lass time to complete your projects.
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When choosing your equipment, you should ask for several offers from various suppliers. You should also take into consideration your available budget and your specific requirements. For instance, if you need to be able to access hard to reach locations, you may want to choose a compact trailer rather than a large one. If, on the contrary, you care less about accessing narrow streets or alleys, but you need room for added payload, you may want to go for a larger truck.
Whatever you choose, you need to check that your trailer comes with everything needed for performing the spray foam insulation in perfect conditions of safety and quality. If you need heated hoses, make sure your truck has them. If you need a work bench and storage cabinets, ask for them. If you want your generator to be powered by gas rather than diesel, inform the manufacturers about this.
There are so many options of spray foam insulation trucks that choosing the best one can take you quite a lot of time. Nonetheless, as such equipment isn’t cheap, you should take your time and do your research properly if you want to get the best for your money.
By going with a mobile truck or spray foam rig, you can extend your area of service, you can cover clients located further away from your headquarters and you can provide services that would have been impossible to offer if you were to use only traditional equipment and tools. A good truck could secure you a nice monthly income. Your clients will be happy, their energy bills will decrease and they are most probably going to recommend you to their friends and acquaintances. Choose well, buy a spray foam trailer built to the highest standards and you are going to be perceived as an excellent professional in your neighborhood.
Choosing A Mobile Spray Foam Rig
A spray foam rig is a piece of equipment that is used on a daily basis by contractors and other professionals in the construction industry. As the demand for green construction continues to grow, the industry that handles spray foam is expected to grow. Consumers are looking to install efficient products in their homes that will help save on energy costs. This helps to place spray foam as an industry leader in green movement.
Spray foam trailer are pieces of essential equipment in Spray Foam systems. The rigs can be used to insulate, provide roofing, weatherproof and winterize homes. This means that various contractors can use this type of system in their businesses. Some of the applications for spray foam are:
• Residential insulation
• Tank insulation
• Concrete raising
• Commercial insulation
• Truck bed liners
• Tank coating
What Is Spray Foam Insulation?
Spray foam is a type of foam that is pliable, and it expands when it comes into contact with air. It then quickly hardens and becomes a very strong product. The properties contained in the form are very good for insulating, and it can be used in many places including ceilings, walls, and other places that are out of reach. This makes it a very efficient product that can be expanded to seal any leaks that can expose the building to air. Foam that is considered closed cell foam is applied like paint and can become up to an inch thick.
Residential And Commercial Insulators
There are several features that contractors may enjoy if they are looking for insulators for commercial or residential use. These insulators are powered units and they have both open and closed spray foam. Insulators of this type can be transported on a ½ ton truck. Contractors can tow several sets of foam and other equipment such as ladders.
Contractors will find that these types of spray rigs can output up to 20 to 25 lbs. of spray foam per minute. The spray rigs are powered by gasoline generators and compressors.
What Type Of Spray Foam Rig Should You Choose?
The type of spray foam trailer that you select will be dependent on the project you are trying to complete, the ease of applying the spray foam, as well as the level of experience you having working with the rig or truck. There are companies that sell a DIY type rig that is excellent for homeowners with a low output project. These are closed cell spray foam rigs that can be suited to fit your needs. They work best when you only have one or two rooms to insulate as part of a home renovation project.
The largest home spray foam rig on the market currently costs around $2000, and it is suitable as a piece of startup equipment if you are looking to start a small home business.
After your insulating project is completed, you can upgrade to a larger spray foam gig if you want to start a spray foam business. As a consistent and steady growth continues in the business, you can help homeowners and business owners see a greater savings in their energy bills.
Thank you for considering Profoam as your manufacturer, wholesale spray foam rig equipment distributor for trailers and compressor pumps.Choosing A Customized Pro Foam Spray Rig
ProFoam is one of the leading brands of spray foam insulation. Using spray foam as an insulation material is a choice that makes a lot of sense since this material is easy to install and expands to efficiently cover every crack and crawl space. A lot of homeowners and commercial customers are opting for this insulation material since this is an affordable option and an easy way to insulate a home or a building or to improve an existing insulation.
Installing spray foam insulation means you need to have a foam rig. If you already provide insulation services, investing in a foam rig would allow you to offer an additional type of insulation material to your customers. You should also think about investing in a Pro Foam spray rig to add insulation to the list of services you already offer. Spray foam is a very versatile material that is cost-efficient and can be used to insulate homes and businesses or to improve an existing insulation without removing the old material. A portable spray rig is the perfect way to offer insulation services in a large area.
It is important to choose the right Pro Foam spray rig in function of your needs. It is best to opt for a customized rig since you might have a hard time finding something that fits your needs and your budget if you look for a one size fits all solution. Pro Foam offers many customization options so you can create the perfect rig. Take the time to ask yourself which features would be helpful and what kind of insulation jobs you would be mostly working on before choosing a customized rig.
Pro Foam custom rigs can be mounted on box trucks, gooseneck trailers and bumper pull trailers. The size of the trailer is customizable and there are other custom designs available. You can easily transform an existing trailer or simply add a rig to the box truck you already use to offer other services.
The size of the Pro Foam spray rig needs to be adapted to the kind of structures you insulate. A smaller rig is best if most of your clients are homeowners but you should consider a larger one if you mostly work with commercial customers.
There are different options when it comes to powering your rig. It is possible to get a spray foam rig powered by electricity, which is a cost-efficient option but means you will need to have access to a source of power that has enough amperage to power the rig. Gas and diesel powered rigs are also available, but these power sources require more space.
Pro Foam supplies different rig designs to choose from but you can also opt for a more customized build that would be a better fit for your needs. You should visit ProFoam.com to learn more about spray foam insulation and about rigs. You will be able to see some of the rig designs and learn more about power sources and other customization options.
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Guided by both simplicity and reliability, Gusmer's point-to-point wired electrical cabinet sits atop Graco's industry-proven hydraulic Reactor 2 chassis, including the Reactor horizontal pump line, fluid heaters, and hydraulic system. The Gusmer GH-2 hydraulic proportioner: a simple, durable machine offering impressive performance at an attractive price. Ideal for a wide range of spray foam applications: Residential insulation, commercial wall insulation, roof insulation, rim and band joist, and concrete lifting.
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