Premium rig designed for foam and coating applications — has the room and payload for almost every application while still in a small enough package to easily maneuver around job sites.
Welcome to the ultimate in mobile spray packages. The 20 ft premium trailer is large enough to handle any type or size of spray equipment while being in a small package. The 20 ft trailer is maneuverable and can be handled with smaller pick-up trucks.
Mobile Spray Rigs Designed for the Professional Contractor
• Urethane foam insulation sprayed in walls, ceiling and floor
• White board walls and ceiling, with white aluminum trim accent for a professional fit and finish
• Work bench, with vise, blow gun, grinder, overhead aluminum cabinet with light, and 6 drawer tool box
• Diamond Plate floor in spray room
• Epoxy floor coating in utility room
• Shore power hook-up (110 volt)
• Barrel brace system designed for two sets of material
• Heated Hose Wrap
• Spare parts kit for selected spray gun
• Two fire extinguishers, eye wash station and first aid kit
• Twin 7,000 lb. axles (14,000 gvw)
• Electric Brakes
• Bogey wheels in rear of trailer to prevent damage
• 48 in curb side door with hose hatch
• Rear swinging barn doors
• RV style locks and latches
• Spare tire mounted on nose
• LED lights and accents
• Trailers from United carry a 5 year limited warranty
• Choose Your Graco Spray Equipment: Reactor, Feed Pumps, Hose Length and Spray Gun
• Choose Your Generator, Air Compressor, and Air Drying Equipment
• Heated material hoppers
• Heat System – AirTronic, 110V, 220V, Band Heaters
• Air Conditioner (includes 110V heat)
• Fresh air supply system – Martech Grade D Breathable Air System (Runs off compressor in trailer) – Allegro portable ambient air pump (110 volt)
• Protective clothing and spill containment kits
• Gun cleaners and gun cleaning kits
Choose the Right Sprayer
What Graco Reactor is right for you depends on your application and plan. There are two main categories of Reactors: Foam and Coatings. They are both similar and do the same thing, but coating proportioners are capable of higher pressures to atomize heavier coatings. The additional pressure requires more horsepower, so Reactors for coatings cost more than Reactors for foam.
Within those two categories we also have three types of Reactors: Air, Electric, and Hydraulic, which refers to how the pumps are driven. Air operated Reactors use an air motor to drive the pump lowers which requires a large air compressor that makes them uncommon in mobile rig applications. Electric Reactors are a great balance of performance and price and have quickly become the most popular in the marketplace. Hydraulic Reactors have great durability and can have higher outputs and prices than the electric series Reactors.