High Pressure Spray Foam
Prototype Design Only
Patented

Sealant Technologies has been developing a simple to use high pressure portable spray foam machine that delivers two component polyurethane formulations simply and affordably. The Spray Pod Hybrid allows the operator to apply spray foams, air barriers and even air seal existing residential houses in a very affordable and seamless way. This spray foam hybrid system allows the business to focus on doing what they do best, which is to make money. 

The System Includes
Spray Pod Hybrid
Air Compressor
100' Chemical Hose
5 Gallon Pail Feed

Spray Gun
Air Hoses
ACC Training

So no matter what you business you are currently in, be it HVAC, home performance, home renovation, weatherization or even insulation, consider adding the Spray Pod Hybrid to your service offering and watch your entire portfolio of services grow as your customers see the value that your company are bringing to you their home. This also provides and opportunity for your company increase the revenues of your current services as the polysealant technology can complement much of what you are currently doing. 


Air Pneumatic Pump

Provides 15lb/ Minute

Powered By Portable Compressor

Very Few Parts - Easy To Repair

Can Be Removed For Easy Repair

Delivers Precise 1:1 Ratio Chemistry

Long Lasting - Very Durable


The Spray Pod Frame

Stainless Steel

Only 30" Wide

One Knop Control System

Fluid Filled Guages

One Man " Push " Handle

Two Man " Pull " Handle

5 Gallon Bucket Holders

Cabinet To Protect Pump


 Spray Pod Chemicals

Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation

AireBarrier Black Spray Sealant

AireBarrier White Spray Sealant

AireBarrier Green Spray Sealant


Metal Spray Gun & Thermal Hose

Easy To Repair Hose

Thermal Insulation

Extremely Durable Cover

Mechanical Purge Design

Affordable Repair Parts

Light and Low Profile


According to a Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Report in 1997, a 30% improvement in US building efficiency could reduce energy bills by $75 billion in 15 years. And saving 30% is easy. This is why we must consider existing residential houses as a huge opportunity for saving energy. Consider this. Over 75% of all residential houses in America were built before 1990 and in general, only 1% of residential homes each year is actually a newly constructed house.

Closed Cell

The closed cell spray foam 5 gallon buckets because they are easy to transport, manage and dispose of. This air barrier is designed specifically for use by the patent pending Spray Pod Hybrid portable two component spray system. This system is designed specifically for working in existing residential housing retrofit work so if you are looking at a Graco E-8, consider the Spray Pod Hybrid. Closed cell spray foams are an excellent choice for duct sealing, creating air barriers and air sealing. Because it is made of closed cell technology, it is much more dense type of material than open cell chemistry. It has a smaller, more compact cell structure. It is a very good air barrier sealant as well as a water vapor barrier.

Open Cell

Spray Foam, also known as open cell spray foam, has a density of about 0.5 lb. per cubic foot and an R-value of 3.5 or 3.6 per inch. Open-cell spray insulation is relatively vapor-permeable. Three inches of open-cell foam have a permeance of 16 perms.

Compared with closed-cell polyurethane, open-cell products use significantly less material, making them attractive from a resource-use standpoint. However, open-cell spray insulation has a lower R-value per inch.

As a 100% water-blown low density open-cell spray insulation, this Sealant Technologies chemistry does not include any ozone-depleting blowing agents and is affordable to spray. 

Spraying Ductwork

Air barriers block random air movement through building cavities. As a result, they help prevent air leakage into and out of your home, which can account for 30% or more of a home's heating and cooling costs. Although they stop most air movement, air barriers are not necessarily vapor barriers. The placement of air and vapor barriers in a structure is climate-dependent, and it’s wise to work with building professionals familiar with energy-efficient construction in your area.