The kit comes with:
- One tank of chemical A
- One tank of chemical B
- One hose and gun assembly
- 6 fan nozzles
- 4 straight nozzles
- Tubes of petroleum jelly
To that materials and tools list I added:
- A box knife
- A clean cloth rag
- Warm up the two chemical cylinders in the sun for about 4 hours. This is key to getting the system to work properly and to deliver ALL of the material in the tanks. The system works best between 75 and 85 degrees F - or when the tanks are warm tot he touch.
- First get your self protected.
>Put on the Tyvek suit
>Install the air filters in the respirator
>Adjust the respirator so it has a tight air seal around your face
>Put on your goggles and gloves
- Take the tanks to the location you will be using them
- Plan out your spray foam operation
- Connect the hose to the tanks (red to A and black to B) - make sure the connections are tight
- Put a lump of petroleum jelly on the gun, and then snap on the nozzle you need - I used the fan nozzle 99% of the time.
- Test the gun and nozzle...
- The 600 bdft kit was just he right size to spray foam the basement. I had hoped to have some left over to do windows and doors but that didn't happen
- I use the fast rise version because I was predominantly spraying on the walls rather than spaces
- Be sure to read ALL the instructions as there are plenty of tips and trick to make the job go way and to not waste material.