8 GPM per color flow rate
Tight temperature control & maintenance of temperature with insulated lines with NO glycol jackets. Eliminates the eventual reality of having a mess in your glycol.
No nozzles in the recirculation lines. When you are recirculating, you are doing so at low pressure which allows for high velocity of material & ultra-fast heat up of extremities with no glycol jacket.
High-Speed Recirculation of material all the way through each gun. This keeps lines warm between spraying.
The Epoxy HOG only uses two Swagelok valves; one per color.
The Epoxy HOG uses just one glycol Pump with three 12V air-actuated valves for temperature control vs 4-6 glycol pumps on competitive vehicles.
The Epoxy HOG uses just one burner vs 3-4 on competitive vehicles.
Spray with little to no splatter at 140 degrees with our unique system which leads to faster cure times and a flattened viscosity curve vs 115 degrees on competitive trucks to reduce splatter.
Great product mixing with no moving components inside the material tanks.
Never clog design pre-filters built into tanks for constant filtration.
Monitor material levels in resin tanks from rear display.
Monitor bead levels from the rear display with ultra sonic sensors that also provide digital inputs for material data logging with no cumbersome expensive load cells under bead tanks.
Camlock fittings for ease of maintainance.
Timer system for automated patterns.
250 CFM boss air compressor with adequate driers & air coolers on board to prevent moisture in your beads.
Fusion guns or mix tubes availble.
Epoxy or Polyurea capable.
The Epoxy Hog does NOT use high-pressure pumps & packings to heat up material. The material is heated via our HOG Pumps. This leads to a low RPM, low maintenance, and low overall cost of operation.
The Hog Pumps feed high-pressure pumps with 20 psi which extends the life of packings, balls, and seats.
All AFC stainless steel tanks, heat exchangers, and plumbing.
Hog Speed Controller facilitates tight speed control with no hydrostatic drive system with a simple touch of a button.
High-Pressure Hog pumps are driven with air 30:1 ratio and fed with a simple 1" airline, eliminating a large number of hydraulics normally found on a traditional epoxy truck. This pressure ratio eliminates the possibility of pressures over 3600 lbs. which prevents burst pressure of high-pressure hoses. Also, the built-in digital duplex system automatically shuts off high-pressure pumps if pressures deviate, preventing incorrect epoxy/catalyst mix while striping.
A Hog Tool System and Spare Parts System are built into the back deck of the Epoxy Hog with parts storage for placement of tools or nozzles.
High-pressure pump legs are placed in line making the pumps extremely accessible, unlike traditional legs that are in a triangle-shaped format and extremely difficult to access. This allows for a one-hour packing change. It only takes 20 minutes to change a pump leg if you keep a spare.
Very uncluttered view of the guns due to no glycol-jacketed lines.
Adjustable gun heights.
Our Hog Bead Guns come with three options of orifice sizes and no threaded components. You can Assemble/disassemble in seconds.
All aluminum Hog Pumps both load material, recirculate material for heating, and charge the high-pressure pumps once you are ready to shoot your lines.
Our patent-pending speed control system eliminates the need to constantly look back and forth between your speedometer and the crosshairs when laying down epoxy upon a line, drastically reducing or eliminating the margin for error.
Optional hand-gun kits available.
The Epoxy Hog represents a revolutionary way of addressing the complexities of plural component vehicles. You'll find a truck that looks and acts more like a paint truck than what you are used to.
Get the Epoxy Hog specification sheet that you can print and save to your computer for review at any time. A great tool for model comparisons and for comparing the Epoxy Hog to other manufacturer's equipment. Specification sheets contain: