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Old 11-25-2015, 06:38 PM   #1
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Spray Foam Equipment


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I'm interested in purchasing the Greco e-8 spray foam system. Currently I have a small construction business and would like to take on spray foam as an addition to my business. What are something that I should consider when looking at equipment. The work I want to due is small homes walls, floors etc. will the Greco e-8 be able to handle the work or should I consider something else small to mid size. Also what other thing should be considered when getting into this business certificate/license permission for chemicals etc. any additional info please advise

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Your gonna have issues spraying foam with the E-8. Not all foams will process through it well. Your better off going with more advanced equipment that will give you room to spray anyone's materials.


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Spraying foam is not usually well suited for a part time addition to the business model.

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