This Quick Return to Service Waterproofing System incorporates new GacoFlex U61 polyaspartic coating to provide a fast-cure solution for pedestrian and auto traffic decks when downtime isn’t an option.
The first complete spray foam system to offer a consistent cavity fill and a smooth surface with no trimming needed.
Founded in 1955, Gaco Western remains today a family-owned business with its roots in technology and product innovation. The Gaco family of brands offer best-of-class solutions for a variety of commercial, industrial, and residential applications including specialty coatings for roof, and spray polyurethane foam insulation.
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Those who know building and construction do not underestimate the impact of climate and environment on a structure. That is why we continually search for new and better solutions that will provide decades of proven, guaranteed performance.
The building industry is ever-changing. At Gaco, we know there is always a way to make something better and more effective. Let us be your trusted, valuable resource for versatile, innovative solutions to the most demanding project requirements.
Research being conducted by Gaco Western is showing dramatic reductions in occupational chemical exposure when installing foam utilizing Gaco’s new GacoProFill SYSTEM. A two-part article by Dan Nelson, Gaco’s VP of Research & Development, is featured in Sprayfoam Professional Magazine’s Winter 2015 and Spring 2016 issues and Dan Nelson will be presenting this research at SPFA 2016 […]
During the winter months the heated hose and whip play a significant role in the production of foam. The heated hose and whip are designed to maintain the temperature of the materials from the reactor to the gun. It takes longer to preheat these components, so they are generally turned on as soon as the reactor is turned on. […]