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Determining your need for adequate, reliable electrical power to operate your compressor and proportioner, plus work lights and other equipment, will help you determine the optimal size of your compressor and generator. Options range from smaller, electric units, to gas compressors and generators, up to diesel generators coupled with an electric compressor for large scale industrial projects.
"Although it’s generally good advice to not buy more than you need, when it comes to electrical power it’s important to think big and make sure you have all the power you’ll need, otherwise, you might be frustrated and need to upgrade sooner rather than later."
After you've decided to buy or build out a spray foam insulation rig, you need to determine how to properly equip your trailer to maximize your investment.
The first things to consider are how you'll use your rig and what you'll be spraying. Are you a commercial/industrial contractor who works on large projects spraying air barrier systems and roofs? Or a contractor focusing on wall insulation and perhaps some roofs?
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