Field Training and Equipment Sales IDI Distributors Fort Jennings, Ohio
Increasing production and doing more with less are two of the greatest things for any company. Everyone understands challenges of finding labor, but when you make material go farther and use less labor to do it, life is good. What about helping estimators and sales professionals understand why no one should fire up a spray foam rig for less than $1500.00? Join Chris Fuerst and Ken Allison from IDI as they share wisdom gathered from thousands of contractors on getting the most out of equipment/production crews for both fibrous and spray foam insulation applications. One example is dispelling the misconception that blowing insulation is just tossing bags into a machine and shooting it in attics or walls. In reality, what happens inside the machine and hose determines how fast, how much material’s used and how profitable the job is. When it comes to foam, you can multiply these factors by 10. Learn why slide gates should never be open more than 75%, how machine size and settings affect production, productivity and profitability. Why not having daily job site reports or having bad start up and shut down procedures can make or break a spray foam company. This will be fun!
By attending this session, attendees will:
Understand how the machine and hose affect blown insulation coverage
Understand the factors that affect achieving yield from a set of foam
Understand how jobsite efficiencies, planning, and truck set up affect productivity