Thoughts are with Texas…

Please help the victims.

The American Red Cross is helping the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and all across the Gulf coast. Shelters are open, truck loads of supplies are being distributed and volunteers in place. Everything helps. Visit https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey today to donate.

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About ampedequipment

Home of the Patriot Jr. Introducing, The Patriot Jr. (PJR) Dual-Component, Low-Rise Foam Adhesive Spray Rig. This customized cart was requested by an industry leading manufacturer of low-rise foam adhesive, to meet the market's demand for a low cost, fleeceback & bag in a box dispensing cart. The Patriot Jr. (PJR) is an inexpensive spray foam dispensing system on a customized cart, using the GRACO Reactor E8P as the main feature. This lightweight spray foam system is easy to maneuver and operate, compatible with a variety of roofing systems, and it is versatile enough for both 15 Gallon Drums and Bag In a Box. The PJR can be used with a static gun and is the most cost effective spray foam system of its kind. Whether you're expanding your existing insulation application opportunities or just starting your business, the PJR provides a quick return on investment. Why get a Pace Cart when you can save so much money and get the job done faster by using The Patriot Jr? Specifications • Haul it in your van or pickup truck • Handle and wheels make it easy to maneuver • Plugs into a standard residential outlet 15amp @ 120V • Easy to read pressure gauges ensure you're spraying on-ratio and delivering high-quality foam • An economical alternative to froth kits

Posted on August 28, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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