What is my spray pattern telling me?
Based on the spray pattern of your foam, you can diagnose and correct pressure imbalances.
The spray pattern of your foam can tell you what exactly is wrong with the mixing ratio and pressure of your Reactor and spray foam equipment. Diagnosing and correcting pressure imbalances in this way will get you back to spraying foam optimally, so you can be more efficient and more profitable.
When starting your machine, your two pressure gauges should come within 13.8 bar (200 PSI) of each other during pressurization and should remain in balance while spraying to ensure your materials are being mixed at a 1:1 ratio. If your foam ratio changes, you will need to determine which material is missing in the foam.
This infographic will help you to diagnose and correct pressure imbalances, based on the look and structure of the spray pattern.
How do I remove trapped air from the system?
Use this guide to help you remove air from your spray foam system, with minimal downtime.
How do I know if there is air in the feed hose?
Air in the feed hose affects spray results and must be avoided. But how can you recognize it?
How do I adjust my pattern size on the CS gun?
Check this video and learn how to adjust the pattern size on your CS gun.