Could New Robot Revolutionize Spray Foam Application?
Originally published by: Sprayfoam.com — February 5, 2019
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SprayWorks Equipment Group is proud to announce its new invention, the Coaterbot. Created by long-time Polyurethanes equipment inventor and founder of a 4th generation company – James Davidson created the Coaterbot to cover a broader spectrum of material applications
The Coaterbot’s features include;
- Application tolerances: +/- 2 mils coatings to +/- 1/16” SPF
- Increased yields: Sustained theoretical loss of yield factors under 15% with SPF and 5% with coatings
- Easily Customized: Utility model platform easily adapts for in plant and in situ applications
- Upgrade option for SprayBot Ultra
Similar to its sister products, the Spraybot (designed in 2004) and the Spraybot Ultra (2011), the Coaterbot delivers a 78” wide pass with a variable height of 12-36” – while operating with a two-person crew. The Coaterbot was designed with thin and thick film coating applications in mind. The Coaterbot has the ability to apply a much broader range of materials including; foam, coatings, Polyurea, Roof CTG, Floor & Parking CTG, Primary & Secondary Containment – just to name a few.
“I designed the Coaterbot with a broader range of material applications in mind,” says Jim Davidson, Owner, SprayWorks Equipment Group “catering primarily to airless and conventional multi-component applications, it creates labor and material savings with unmatched precision.”