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Next generation technology for spray foam insulation
What a hydraulic system can do for you:
Graco's line of hydraulic Reactors brings increased yield and high output spraying. Ideal for in-plant OEM's or applicators that spray at high volumes.
Reactor 2 stand-alone models are available in an H-30, H-40 and H-50.
Advanced control technology
Graco InSite Remote Reporting Technology
Quick and easy troubleshooting thanks to QR code shortcuts
Sacrificial surge protector
Spray Foam Systems provides many different types of equipment packages that includes everything you need to get the job done. Our -ProPAK Mobile Spray Rigs- consist of Graco Reactors, Hoses, and SPF Guns. These systems are powered with Generators, Compressors, and include all electrical and pneumatic connections for a complete turn-key package.
Revolutionize the way you run your business with Graco Reactor 2!
Each feature in the Reactor 2 was strategically designed to help your business, with innovations that help your operation run smoothly. Software and hardware enhancements for better spray performance. And new technologies that add to your bottom line.
-Professional, Fast, and Accurate. Stored on your Cloud.
-Roof Pitches, Whole Wall Systems, Tanks, and other Difficult Measurements
-Real Time Data Tracking with InSite. Stores Data to Online Cloud for Future Access.
The integrated series of Reactor proportioning systems combines an electric Reactor and a diesel generator into one package. Complete systems for polyurethane foam or polyurea applications.
|E-30i||Extreme reliability for spray foam applications|
|E-XP2i||Superior power and performance for highoutput coating applications|
This new Reactor from Graco provides a simple turn key solution. Unlike anything you've ever seen, this system bundles together the Foam Machine, Generator, and Air Compressor into one simple solution.
The new coolant loop in the Reactor utilizes the heat from the engine to heat your product. This unique heating system allows you to use a smaller generator and less fuel consumption while achiveing higher Delta-T's of 100 degrees Farenheit.
The all new Advanced Display Module Allows you to control your Reactor unlike ever before. This new control panel allows users to set recipes, set alarms for chemical levels, download data instantly via USB, and control your Reactor at the Gun with the Remote Display Panel.
The FastPak 200 Series Turn Key Equipment Package does just what the name implies.
Get yourself setup FAST with a turn-key package that includes Graco's Powerful E-20 Reactor.
-Industry Leading Components - Graco E-20 Reactor
-Turn Key Generator Powered Package
-Open and Closed Cell Spray Foam
-Portable and Easy to Move
The FastPAK 200 Package is designed for the Residential and Commercial Insulator or SPF Roofing Contractor.
The FastPak 200 can easily be towed in a trailer or on the back of a truck. The mobile design allows for a portable unit that can be used virtually anywhere. From rooftops to railroads, the Fastpak 200 gets you where you need to go and gets the job done.
Backed by the powerful Graco E-20 Reactor, this rig allows you up to 20 lbs per minute of material output and up to 210’ of hose length. This rig is setup to spray open and closed cell spray foams.
Stand Alone Unit Powered by an 18,000 Watt Gasoline Generator and Twin Tank Rolair Compressor.
Air System includes Graco T1 Transfer Pumps and Filter Kit.
The DIYProPak Series Turn Key Equipment Package .
Do you have your own Trailer, Box Truck, or Hauler that you want to outfit with Spray Foam Equipment?
Planning to Design Your Own System and need a Simple Turn Key Package with everything you need?
-Industry Leading Components - Graco Reactors (E-10. E-20 , E-30, H-25 , H-40, H-50 Available!)
-Custom Power Package - Generator Powered, Shore Powered
-Open and Closed Cell Spray Foams
-Complete Turn Key Package with Full Technical Support
-Includes Everything You Need to Build Your System (Electrical and Pneumatic)
The DIYProPak Series is designed for the Residential and Commercial Insulator, Spray Foam Roofer, In-Plant Operation, and many other Custom Applications.
The DIYProPak can easily be shipped directly to your facility! The universal design allows for a easy to work with package that can be installed virtually anywhere. From Box Trucks to Trailers, the DIYProPak provides user friendly DIY equipment solutions.
Backed by the powerful Graco Reactor line, this system provides the customer with an easy solution to spray foam equipment needs. Most systems are setup to spray open and closed cell spray foams.
Stand Alone Unit Powered by a Generator or Plug in with existing Shore Power.
Air System includes Graco T1 Transfer Pumps and Filter Kit or Air Dryer.
Spray Foam Equipment consists of many different types of equipment. Proportioning Systems (Reactor), Generators, Air Compressors, Transfer Pumps, Heated Hoses, Air Dryers, Spray Foam Guns, and much more. All of these units working together make a Spray Foam System. Spray Foam Systems provide the contractor with the ability to spray foam insulation or other two component chemicals (polyurea).
There are different types of Spray Foam Equipment available on the market today. Most of the Proportioning Systems being used in today's market consist of GlasCraft, Gusmer, or Graco Proportioning Systems.
Proportioning systems, commonly called Reactors, Foam Machines, Foam Sprayers, or Plural Component sprayers are pumps designed to spray two chemicals at an equally proportional ratio. Most spray foam products require an exact 1:1 ratio while mixing the chemicals in order for the proper reaction to occur. To achieve the equal pressure, both the A (Isocyanate) and B (Resin) pumps will pump simultaneously. If both pumps are not pumping, it could lead to issues during operation such as a Crossover, (A Chemical shot back into B chemical or vice versa) which is a common issue in some older proportioning systems. Spray Foam Reactors operate at pressures ranging from 0 to 3500 PSI. Temperatures can reach up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending on the product being used, operation pressures and temperatures can vary.
In order for the Reactor to receive material, Transfer Pumps or Diaphragm pumps are installed on the 55 Gallon Drum or 250 Gallon Tote in which the product is stored. The roles of these pumps are to bring material out of the drum into the Reactor and/or circulate material through the system. Most transfer pumps are powered by air and can range 1:1 to 25:1 or higher. Common pumps used in spray foam insulation are usually 1:1 or 2:1 Transfer Pumps. Transfer Pumps are often called Stick Pumps which are the length of the drum and submerge into the drum. The air motor of the pump sticks out above the drum. Diaphragm pumps are usually mounted on the well and small transfer hoses are used in coordination with a small stick to pump out of the drum. Today, most Spray Foam Systems Rigs come equipped with Transfer Pumps (stick pumps). Transfer Pumps and Diaphragm Pumps are connected to the Reactor with Transfer Lines. These lines typically are sized between 3/4" and 1" for adequate feed volume.
Passing through the Reactor, the flow of material follows its path into the Heated Hose. Heated Hoses are a vital part of any spray foam equipment setup and allow the chemical to flow from the Reactor to the Gun Block. Most all spray foam hoses are heated in order to maintain chemical temperature. Spray Foam Heated Hoses are not designed to heat chemical. Heated Hoses are only designed to maintain the heat of the chemical coming from the Reactor. Heated Hose range in size from 1/4" - 3/8" to 1/2". Longer Hose runs (300'+) typically require increasing the size of your hose in order to achieve adequate flow rate and pressures desired. The end of your hose is usually 1/4" for weight and maneuverability. Heated Hoses are usually made of stainless steel braided, teflon lined hose equipped with JIC fittings to ensure no leaks. They are insulated with foam and have heated lines and Thermocouple wires in order to achieve a temperature reading. The hose is finally "scuffed" with a braided sleaving in order to protect the hose.
After material flows through the hose, the next stop is the spray foam gun block. The gun block is detachable from the hose, but has shut off valves on it allowing you to disconnect the gun from the hose for cleaning. You will not take your gun block off the hose unless you are replacing the gun block. The Spray Foam Gun attaches to the gun block.
There are different types of Spray Foam Guns available on the market today. The most common gun used today is the Fusion Air Purge Gun by Graco. The Fusion a very popular gun because of its reliability, ease of use, low cost of repair parts, rebuild-ability, and overall excellent performance. The gun is versatile in the use of spray foam insulation for open cells, closed cells, and high performance coatings. This makes it a great gun for insulation contractors, roofing contractors, or coating contractors. The Probler P2 is another popular gun used by many contractors.
Putting all of these units together will form a Spray Foam System. Spray Foam Systems allow for spray foam insulation to be possible. They provide the way for Spray Foam Contractors to apply foam. They lead the way for your business to grow and excel. . .
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