Your commercial spray foam rig should be set up to handle high-demand spray foam applications. The type of trailer and equipment that you own can affect the outcome of your projects. Having the right amount of spray foam machines and corresponding equipment for your job types is key to ensure good results.
Your rig should include commercial spray foam insulation kits because big jobs often need last-minute touch-ups. If you have a small machine or touch-up kit in your rig you can take care of this type of work and keep your big equipment powered off. This promises a longer life for your main equipment while saving you time.
If you need assistance with customizing a new commercial spray foam rig, our team at Intech can help you create a new equipment setup that optimizes your processes. These are our top picks for commercial spray foam rigs.
Trailer and Vehicle Choices
Commercial rigs typically use gooseneck trailers or box trucks, as opposed to mini rigs that are typical of small residential rigs. If your setup can fit in a mid-sized trailer, you can save money by using a box truck or a shorter trailer. This setup is more compact and is preferred by contractors who work in areas where there is limited space.
If you need premium suspension and power to navigate uneven terrain, select a vehicle that has the proper specs for your needs. By knowing your equipment, trailer, and vehicle needs, you can customize a rig package that works for the types of projects you typically do.
Output and Other Equipment Needs
When configuring a commercial insulation rig, you need to determine how much pressure you need. While residential jobs usually require lower output spray foam equipment, commercial jobs require much more material and therefore need higher output hydraulic machines. This means longer hose lengths and high-performance gear such as transfer pumps, diesel generators, multiple spray foam guns, and ample storage space for extra material drums, safety gear, and replacement parts.
Commercial spray foam rigs should be equipped to spray hundreds to thousands of square feet of spray foam. You should feel self-sufficient and ready to work for the long haul when you’re out with this rig. A specialized commercial setup should also be able to apply different coating materials, especially if you do other types of work such as commercial roofing projects.
Interstate Diesel Spray Foam Rig
If you need offshore power with a punch, you need a rig with a diesel generator. The Interstate Diesel Spray Foam Rig has the commercial kit you need to stay productive. We know you have no time to waste. So this package is easy to set up so you are ready to spray immediately. If you need help getting started, your purchase includes FREE factory training.
The Interstate Series is a customizable spray foam rig that is designed for a contractor with an over 40-hour workweek. It is big — the 16’ extended height trailer can be outfitted with a variety of our favorite equipment packages with machines like the Graco E-20, PMC PH40, or the Carlisle’s IntelliSpray system.
It has been our best seller for the past 10 years and it will not let you down. It is fully outfitted for high-performance work and is so customizable you will not need to upgrade components unless your business undergoes significant changes. This long-term solution is a smart investment that provides years of dependable service and quality results.
Pro Series Spray Foam Rig
The Pro Series Rig is another customizable rig that is specially designed for commercial and industrial contractors. This rig package can include a truck or trailer, which can then be customized to accommodate anything from a single to triple proportioner layout. We pride ourselves on this rig’s ergonomic layout and multi-zone climate control that makes spray foam work a breeze. When you want full control over your rig and know what you want, this is the professional addition your business needs.
Just Need a Touch-Up? Keep a Kit on Standby.
When you have a high-powered rig, it can be frustrating to power up an entire system to make a few touch-ups. The final walkthrough on any project often results in some last-minute touch-up requests. So make the most of your time by using a disposable spray foam insulation kit. We highly recommend Touch N’Seal kits for all your small tasks. This product consistently delivers great results without wasting your time or the generator’s energy.
We have Touch N’Seal spray foam insulation kits in different sizes and densities to suit multiple application scenarios so you are always prepared to perform quick touch-ups. You can even use the kit while your team shuts down your main rigs and to fill in any cracks and cavities that escaped your notice. The application cures completely in only minutes so you can move on to your next task without any worries.
Commercial Spray Foam Rigs and Insulation Kits for Sale At Intech Equipment & Supply
Intech Equipment and Supply offers the latest spray foam equipment, training, and comprehensive customer support. If you are interested in obtaining a commercial spray foam rigor a used rig, speak with our sales team today. Also, take advantage of our convenient financing options. For more information, check out our financing calculator.
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