The Spray Pods Gun – Launch

Turn Any 24oz Canned Foam Into A Spray Sealant

For more than 40 years, there has not been an innovation spray foam kit that can deliver spray foam, adhesives and create air barriers all in one system that allows the operator to adjust the spray pattern. This simple solution of a gun that uses pressurized air to create spray sealants will save time and money on every project. It’s compact, easily portable and great for all those hard-to-reach areas in which traditional spray foam equipment cannot be readily used. It’s a handy addition for your energy efficiency toolbox and is only sold through the Spray Sealants Store

The durable Spray Pods Gun has a universal adapter that allows it to accommodate to almost any  of the 24oz and 29oz pressurized spray cans that are on the market today. This will allow the operator to produce different volumes of material to create different sized spray patterns for small or larger projects. It fits easily into small places where traditional spray foam equipment can not reach and clean-up is a snap. Simply purge it with foam cleaner after each use.

How Does It Work?

Spray and seal your next project with the patent pending Spray Pods Gun. This unique gun is designed to spray 24 oz. and 29 oz. pressurized cans of polyurethane spray adhesives and foams. Creating tight, effective air barriers has never been more crucial for interior windows, doors, floors, ceilings, crawl spaces, attics, drywall installation or for creating an energy efficient building envelope.

How Does It Spray?

The new Spray Sealants Store offers innovative products for turning canned and canister polyurethane spray foam into  a spray sealant. The patent pending Spray Pods Gun is uniquely constructed to attach directly to can or canister of spray foam giving the user a flexible way of accomplishing a variety of foam or sealing jobs easily and quickly. The entire system is easily made portable through the connection of any air compressor and it allows the use to create tight, effective air barriers around windows, doors, floors, ceilings, crawl spaces, attics or for the entire building envelope.