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Training And Building
It is a company that cares enough to share what they know about how to build a spray rig. This will set up your company for success from the beginning. Yet, you and your team are not set out on your own without direction once it is all set up. They provide training. Now, more about the different spray foam rigs and their layout.
Profoam serves companies of all sizes who may have both small and bigger buildings and homes to insulate. For that reason, the spray rigs come in 20 feet, 18 feet or 16 feet. The Profoam comes powered as any of the following: diesel-, shore-, generator-powered.
They are arranged in an organized layout where the hose, compressor, and material storage are all separated and compartmentalized. This allows for easy access and seamless function.
The 20 Foot Diesel Rig
The 20-foot diesel rig has 6 bays in the back, three on either side, to organize supplies for a spray foam job. The generator sits in the center, along with the compressor and air dryer. Up front are the hose, tool box, and work bench,
18 Foot Rig
Profoam’s 18-foot rig features all of the same features as the 20-foot rig, but with a more compact layout. The hose and 6 storage bays are in the back of the rig, along with the proportioner and the tool box and work bench. The generator and the air compressor and air dryer are up front.
The only difference is in the shore-powered 18-foot rig. It is situated a bit differently, with the 6 storage bays all in the back, and the proportioner, hose, air dryer and compressor, and the tool box and work bench up front.
16 Foot Spray Rigs
The two varieties of 16-foot spray rig are in a box truck and a trailer. The box truck is separated out into a 12-foot section with 6 storage bays, a separate tool box and work bench that are situated side by side, and a hose. The generator and the compressor are housed together in a 3-foot-six inch segment.
Types Of Foam
Roofing foam is seamless, self-adhering applied polyurethane system. It can be applied with two different kinds of sprayers that are available from Profoam.
Closed Cell Insulation
Use it on the exterior as it has an anti-microbial agent, HFC-245fa, and inhibits mold growth.
Hybrid cell insulation takes care of other exterior insulation, such as under a roof-top deck or in closed cavities of walls.
Keeping up with all of the exciting developments in the foam insulation industry is a way to stay abreast of all of the opportunity that may present itself to your company. Get onboard to learn about the different types of foam sprayers that are coming out every day, along with the new and better features that are always being developed.