The Emulsion Sprayer is a high-tech, automatic dispensing system for foam products. The foam products are dispensed through plastic tubes that are also filled with an emulsion base. This base is made of either water or oil depending on the product. The foam is dispensed through the nozzle in a fine spray that can spread well on any surface. If any part of the sprayer gets clogged, it can easily be cleared out by removing the clog with a sponge.
Product brochure. We’re Emulsion Sprayer is self-filled from plastic tanks and barrels. It includes an airless hose and a compressor with an optional airless paint sprayer and air hose. The pump is located externally and it has three speeds: low speed, medium speed and high speed.
Emulsion Sprayer parts. Apart from the three speeds, the pump and the air hose, the unit also has an adjustable spray gun, brush, hose, and a compressor. All these parts can be replaced with new ones and the unit will function as good as new if it is taken care of properly. These replacement parts can be bought from any store selling Graco products or even online.
Basic operating procedure. In order to start the Emulsion Sprayer, one should first plug in the power cord and plug in the air hose. Next, the pump should be turned on. Then, the starter button on the front of the unit should be pressed and the pump should be started. After that, the flow should start and the whole thing should be operated as smoothly as possible.
Two different models are available. One is the Tex Engineering and the other is the Wagner Emulsion Sprayer. Tex engineering is a bitumen sprayer manufacturer and is well known for its quality products. It is easy to use and can produce excellent results when used appropriately.
The Wagner is another manufacturer of this type of sprayer and the company is known for the consistent high quality output. When spraying dry materials using this type of sprayer, the users are not required to use high pressure. Instead, high temperatures are required, which can cause damage to the materials and shorten their durability. Only when these products are protected by high temperature, can they be made use top quality and to ensure that their durability is maintained, this sprayer company offers users the option of setting the temperature as desired.
Both sprayers use wide width brushes and high pressured nozzles. This feature makes them more efficient than the normal hand held paint guns. These types of units are also designed in a way that they don’t require a large hose. A single hose can be used for spraying both the emulsions and the raw materials. This ensures that cleaning up is easy and efficient.
Both products have great features and most users prefer to use both. In fact, most businesses prefer to use both because they are able to achieve similar results. They are both reliable and efficient and you don’t have to worry about leaving the unit on the road while it is being used. You can leave the sprayer at your place and even take it with you if you travel. Road dust cleaning with both these types of sprays will ensure that you remain dust free in and around your work place.
The two types of emulsion paint sprayers are similar but there are differences between them as well. They both use high pressure nozzles that force hot, chemical-free droplets to fall onto the surface to be cleaned. However, one of the differences between these two products is that the graco magnum model uses larger nozzles than the other. This means that the product is better suited for larger jobs. If the job is very large, it is recommended that you use the graco magnum model. For a smaller job, the hand held version of the sprayer will be more appropriate.
These two products to deliver excellent performance. They are both affordable and offer excellent performance for a variety of jobs. The graco product is slightly more expensive but the advantages it offers far outweighs the extra money. If you are planning to buy a graco terrain loader, the terrain loader attachments compliment the graco magnum and vice versa.
The two different types of emulsion sprayers can be used for a variety of applications; roadside brush clearing, fencing, fence edging, and hot bitumen and asphalt emulsion grouting. When selecting a unit, you should look for one with a hose that is long enough to cover the job you want to do. It is important to note that both handheld and mounted versions come in different lengths. For example, the graph model has a maximum hose length of 45 feet while the Hot Traction sprayer has a maximum spray length of only six feet. You may also want to consider the features on the two different models, such as the built-in accessory bag, which makes the unit easier to carry.