Insulation Machines, Blowers & Equipment
Cool Machines Attic & Wall Spray Machines
|CM 700 insulation blower
||CM 1500 insulation blower
|CM 2400 insulation blower
|CM 3500 insulation blower
||CM 400 insulation blower
|CM 300 insulation blower|
Cool Machines Recent Updates & New Machines
- The CM-300 has been reclassified to a CM-3500
- Hose kits for pumps have been changed to include the pressure hose
- CM-1500 recycle, CM-4500
New machine options:
- recycle vacuum hood options for the CM-2400, #3500, & #4500 (wall spray)
- Vac-Pack options for the CM-3500 & CM-4500
New vacuums & accessories:
- 6.5 h.p. Gas-Vac, 23 h.p. Gas-Vac, large vacuum saver, Hardox 400 blades & chambers
New pumps & accessories:
- Comet MC-20 & MP-20, economy 300 p.s.i. pressure hose
New cordless wall scrubbers & accessories:
- 30″cordless, 20″ closet cordless, standard & extended life battery options
- 8 kw Briggs, 10kw Winco, 12kw Winco, 18kw Winco, 11kw Kubota & 65kw diesel gen-sets.
CM-G Series Industrial Fiber Metering
Click here to read more about the 3500 CM-G Series.
The Cool Vac 16: Insulation Removal Vacuum
Industry standards have changed!! With the present trend for attic retro-fit applications moving towards ‘air sealing’ with foam and re-insulation… performing a total insulation removal may be the only way to identify, access, and foam seal the openings in the attic and eave areas. Many times old insulation (due to moisture, odors, pest control), needs to be removed and replaced.
All professional insulation contractors need to have a solution… Insulation Removal. Our versatile, portable, gas powered vacuum provides a high production insulation removal solution for the professional contractor. Insulation is quickly and efficiently removed from attics, sidewalls, and crawl spaces with ease.
This unit is designed to handle fire, water, and smoke damaged insulation with dependability and speed as well as wall cavity recycle. Fiber intended for recycling can be conveyed directly to your spray machine for reuse.
Waste material can be discharged directly into 75 cu. ft. disposable bags (purchased separately), or directly into a truck or dumpster.
The industry ‘first’ of having a low cost replaceable ‘liner’ or wear strip inside the fan chamber allows a lower cost solution to the extreme wear caused by highly abrasive fibers and foreign debris passing thru the chamber.
A specially designed ‘turbo-sonic – FC’ blade creates fan tip turbulence eliminating any wet fiber accumulation or build-up on the fan blade and chamber area.
High abrasion resistant fan blades are robotically welded with ‘solid’ welds to reduce the chance of a catastrophic failure due to operational stress.
Precision dynamic computerized balancing provides a smooth running blade with minimal wear to engine bearings.
16 h.p. Briggs and Stratton ‘Vanguard’ commercial duty engine (highly regarded as one of the most durable engines in its class), provides ample power to exceed production rates of any system in its class.
Insulation Removal Vacuum Hook-up:
6″ input and output tubes for hose hook-up. Weight: 240 lbs.
Various combinations of hose lengths up to 150 ft. can be used effectively. Larger diameter hoses with shortest hose length allow for maximum production rates. Recommended: 25 ft. x 6″ dia. hose for exhaust, 125 ft. x 6″ dia. hose reduced to 25 ft. x 4″ diameter hose for maximum vacuum pick-up in the attic. (Hose priced separately). Consult factory for options.
Insulation Machine Receiving Instructions
Important please read.
Please be available to receive your insulation machine equipment from the freight company. Before you release the driver, look at the packaging to see if there are any breaks in the shrink wrap or dents in the cardboard of your insulation blowing equipment. This could mean there is hidden damage. If you find any, then make a note on the driver’s paperwork for example “tear in shrink wrap, possible damage” or “dented cardboard, possible damage”. If you don’t do this, the freight company will NOT take responsibility for the possible machine damage since the truck drivers form says you received in “good condition.” Further Cool Machines or Insulation Industries will not be able to get any compensation for you from the freight company. Drivers are always in a hurry, so they don’t want to wait very long, but they must wait for you to at least do the above insulation equipment inspection.
After you release the driver and you unwrap and find any hidden damage. Try to take a picture and then contact us immediately, so that we can find out how extensive this damage is. This will help us in the claim process with the trucking company. We usually don’t have shipping and damage problems with insulation blowing machines and equipment, but sometimes in the shipping industry, dents, scrapes, scratches and other damage can and does occur.
Once the order leaves the warehouse we don’t have any control on the rest of the shipping process. We will make every effort that we can, to always choose reliable carriers. If you do receive damaged equipment, we will do everything we can to help resolve the problem for you.
Thank you for your cooperation – Insulation Industries / Cool Machines