Canister Adapter
"Spray A Lot More"
Patent Pending

The Spray Sealants Gun Adapter allows for application of foam from a 10 lb or 16 lb Canister. This means that all of those larger projects that used to require a foam kit, can now be applied faster and more affordably. Also, because the Spray Sealants Gun volume can be controlled through the air compressor you can change the amount of material that you are spraying in a matter of seconds. 

How Does It Work? 

The One Component Canister is a unique system which we call designed for the industrial, agriculture or commercial industry. Because of it's unique features of the Spray Sealants Gun, it gives the applicator full control of the spray sealant and allows consistent applications of thin beads of black or white spray foam. It allows almost anyone to do a lot of touch-up quickly and since the sealant itself sets up within 30 minutes, it's possible to work within a tight timeline so that you can get in and out fast.

Test Spray Application

For more than 40 years, there has not been an innovation spray foam kit that can deliver spray foam, adhesives and create air barriers all in one system that allows the operator to adjust the spray pattern. The Spray Sealants Gun is a simple solution to an age old problem that uses pressurized air to create spray sealants will save time and money on every project. It’s compact, easily portable and great for all those hard-to-reach areas in which traditional spray foam equipment cannot be readily used. It’s a handy addition for your energy efficiency toolbox.

Bead Vs. Spray

Traditionally, there have only been two choices: Bead application and spray application. Some one-component polyurethane materials are easy to apply but are not designed for spraying.  For sealing joints, seams or cracks, a one-component foam or canister sealant has been successfully used for 40 years. Projects that require a two-component foam kit are usually more complicated and expensive. While bead application has been effective solution, it is not as effective as a spray application. Bead applications must often be re-sealed over time and do not penetrate all of the deep surface cracks gaps and crevices, or microscopic areas that are difficult to see or reach. Spray sealant applications expand sealing cracks and crevices deeply and thoroughly when applied correctly.  This means that spray applications are more effective, and projects are not likely to require any repeat application.  Another property of spray sealants and is that they cure upon reaction--much faster than the bead method. Therefore, surfaces can be restored for use quickly.

Tremendous Adhesion

When you are looking at sealing something, what is the first thing that you think about when looking for a solution?  If your answer had something to do with ability of the sealant to “stick” to the surface, you are on the right track. What happens if you go to seal something and the sealant doesn’t work? The good news is that adhesion of different sealants can be tested. By using a simple device called a pull tester the pounds per square inch of adhesion can be measured. Polyurethane foam sealants consistently show up at the top of the list as having the highest of adhesion rates. Often those measurements can be between 250–1,000 psi.