Nice work man!
Nice work man
Thanks a lot! I put alot of man hours on those. At least 13+ prep hours alone for one person. it takes alot of work to make sure they come out food grade quality. The painting is the most enjoyable. I get a very good feeling of acomplishment with the finished product!
it's a Graco hydracat. With two fifteen gallon basins so I can spray up to 30 gallons without refilling and reheating. the paint goes out of the pump, through my in-line heated hose bundle (that is 50 ft long I believe) to our block that controls our recirc valves and thinner valves for flushing out. and where my static mixer is located. I honestly do not know what the cost is. and yes I have a helper always monitoring paint levels, temp and pressure ( which I spray at around 2800 p.s.I.). The nice thing is if my pump goes off ratio it pops off and shuts my pump down.Welcome JB.
What type of Graco plural spray rig are you using, and do you have any idea of the cost? Also, do you have a man monitoring the ratios at the rig while you spray. Nice coating job BTW!
Yea it is.and its really reliable. Just a machine. And my company actually fabricated the stand and put everything together.and its mobile capable tooIs that a completely airless system?
Seeing things that look like pressure relief, and moisture collector
I've been having a problem lately trying to spray two part polyurethane with a regular airless.
Is this machine good for all two part stuff? Would have to have 0 sweat in time I guess.