Graco Fusion MP Spray Foam Gun
The Graco Fusion MP Spray Foam Gun is great if you’re spraying polyurea coatings or spray foam insulation. Its rugged design provides excellent mix and material properties – giving you great results at the job-site.
- Easy mechanical cleaning – mix modules and tips are cleaned with a drill bit
- Long-lasting PolyCarballoy mix module
- Advanced mix module and tip provides superior mixing capabilities
|Fusion Mechanical Purge Spray Gun|
|Maximum Fluid Working Pressure||3500 PSI|
|Minimum Air Inlet Pressure||80 PSI|
|Maximum Air Inlet Pressure||130 PSI|
|Maximum Fluid Temperature||200°F|
|Air Inlet Size||1/4 npt Quick Disconnect Nipple|
|A Component (ISO) Inlet Size||-5 JIC; 1/2-20 UNF|
|B Component (Resin) Inlet Size||-6 JIC; 9/16-18 UNF|
|Typical Flow rate||See Charts in Instruction Manual|
|Sound Pressure||70 dB(A), at 100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar)|
|Sound Power, measured per ISO 9416–2||79.9 dB(A), at 100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7
|Wetted Parts||Aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel,
chemically resistant o-rings, ultra-high molecular
weight polyethylene (UHMWPE),
With all spray foam guns we recommend to have at least two onsite. This will assure the applicator always has a back up while the helper rebuilds a gun that may be clogged or crossed over. Keeping the Graco Spray Foam Gun cleaned, greased, and well maintained with a good set of O-rings will prevent down time and should be taken very seriously.
Various output and patterns can be achieved by swapping the mixing chambers as needed. We recommend only using OEM replacement parts with the Graco Spray Foam Guns, as off brand parts may cost less will cause many problems that lead to down time.
There are a variety of other guns that are available for various types of spray foam and polyurea applications. Graco P2, Graco Fusion AP, Graco Fusion CS, Graco Gx-7.