A Fistful of Blowers

The benefits of using blow-in insulation are outstanding. It is ideal for tight or irregularly shaped areas. There's no need to cut around or wedge the product into spaces, as is often the case with batt insulation. Whether you're installing spray foam, fiberglass, or mineral wool, blown-in insulation is both cost and time effective.  

Model 100 Insulation Blower

The Right Tools

As an insulation specialist, you're doing your best to build your business. You can do the advertising. Strike up relationships with builders and contractors. Get some good word of mouth going. There’s also the satisfaction in knowing that you are helping people, improving their lives, helping them stay safe and comfortable in their own homes. This isn’t just a job. It’s a service. You can do everything right but, when it comes down to it, the heart of your insulation business is the machinery.

You need blowers that can handle both wet and dry applications. You want a machine that can provide both power and performance, the right tool for the right job. You want something that is going to make your job easier, not harder. You need to check out what Capitol Machine International has to offer.

Blowers that Don't Suck

Model 70 Insulation BlowerOur Model 100 (shown above) blower can run on gas, diesel or a PTO source. It features a 3 ½“ feeder that can be reduced to 2 ½”, adapting to whatever application you need to use. If you’re looking for something simple that does it all, consider our Model 70 Turnkey Package (shown to the left). Portable, gas powered, and self-contained, the Model 70 can blow up to 30 bags of fiberglass per hour. It’s small, but it is powerful. Those are just a couple of options available through Capitol Machine International. You can always request more information. We’re happy to provide it.

Buy a blower that doesn't suck. Go with Capitol Machine International.