COATINGSPRO ROOF COATINGS 2016 23
and polyurea, switching back and forth. It is important to
note that you will have smaller pumps to obtain that higher
pressure, so when spraying foam, you will have slower flow
rates, adding time and labor to a job.
The Right Rig
ere are many considerations that go into building the right
spray foam rig for your coatings company. A well-thought-out
and designed system can increase productivity, prevent
downtime, and ensure worker safety. On the flip side, making
poor or uneducated decisions may cost a lot of money in the
long run. Luckily, there are many companies that specialize in
providing turn-key packages tailor made for the needs of your
company and jobsites.
For rooftop jobs, having the right rig can mean the differ-
ence between a successful project and one that doesn't hold
up to your high standards. CP
For the second installment of this article, which covers tips to
choosing the right generator, air compressor system, and container,
check it out online at www.coatingspromag.com.
Chris Bryntesen is president and CEO of C J Spray, Inc., one of t he lead ing
manufact urers and integ rators of t ur n-key spray foam r igs. For more infor ma-
t ion, contact: C J Spray, w w w.c jspray.com
SPF rigs can also be used for applying polyurea by increasing the pressure. Depending on what you'll be using your rig for, the maximum pressure
available is another item to consider.
Rig For Commercial Roofing
Poorly planned rigs can cost a lot of money in the long run. It's
important to put together the right rig for your jobs. It can help
increase productivity, prevent downtime, and ensure worker safety.