Spray Foam & Coating Rigs
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of polyurethane spray foam, polyurea protective coatings and custom built rigs for spray applications. We stock a full line of application equipment and are a proud authorized Graco, PMC, 3M, Allegro, and Bullard distributor.
GRACO EQUIPMENT & PARTS
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. has been a proud distributor of Graco products for nearly two decades and together, we’ve built a lasting relationship based on top quality products and outstanding service. Graco has provided state-of-the-art spray foam application systems to Oak Ridge that are used in nearly every project with a minimal failure rate. Whether it is replacing parts, accessorizing your current set up, or building a complete new system from the ground up, Oak Ridge firmly stands behind its Graco parts and equipment.
PMC EQUIPMENT & PARTS
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. is proud to announce the addition of products in its catalog from the Polyurethane Machinery Corporation [PMC]. PMC manufactures equipment & accessories for use in the Urethane industry. Their high-quality products are made in the U.S. and designed by skilled individuals with over a century of experience in the Urethane industry.
IPM EQUIPMENT & PARTS
International Pump Manufacturing (IPM) is a leading air-operated piston pump manufacturer in Seattle. IPM pumps and drum mixers are among the equipment of choice for Oak Ridge due to their superior performance and reliability. IPM works very hard to provide their customers with quality products that represent significant value and operational excellence and Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. is proud to be a leading supplier of IPM parts and equipment.
ECOQUIP EQUIPMENT & PARTS
Oak Ridge Foam & Coating Systems, Inc. is proud to announce in addition to Graco spray foam products; we also carry their Ecoquip parts and equipment. Vapor abrasive blasting (also known as wet abrasive blasting) removes coatings, contaminants, corrosion and residues from hard surfaces. It’s similar to dry blasting, except that the blast media is moistened prior to impacting the surface, reducing dust significantly and also reducing the amound of water used when compared to traditional wet blasting.