Have hot and ready crack filler faster than any machine on the market today. Melt 150-175 pounds of crackfill per kettle full - enough to do 1,500 to 2,000 linear feet of cracks per full kettle. Fill pour pots or melter-applicators from its molasses valve and go!
SAFER: Fully Equipped with CSA/UL approved Regulator and Flame-out Sensors mean precise control over fuel flow to the kettle and no dangerous back flashes or flame-outs.
FASTER: Dual halo burners melts crack filler 50% faster compared to traditional torch melters.
TOUGHER: Street design means virtually no maintenance.
The new RY30 PRO Melter Oven is an industry-first: unique dual halo burners melt crack filler more quickly and evenly than any other oven on the market. You spend less time waiting for material to work and you spend less money on fuel – it's a must-have for any medium to large-sized pavement maintenance contractor. What's more, the burner designs are the safest on the market today – no risk of back flashes burning your staff.
The Two-Burner Advantage
Having dual-sealed burners means that you are in complete control. You can light both burners to quickly melt enough crack seal to fill up to 9,600 feet per day. The RY30 PRO melts product up to 50% faster than traditional melters!
Because of their sealed design, the burners also use nearly 50% less fuel than torch-fired melters. Talk about saving!
With two burners, you can choose to fire up both to full flame, melting product lightning-fast and getting your crew working stat. Or if you still have cracks to clean, just turn them on low using the front control panel or run a single burner to maintain temperatures when you have time. The control is in your hands.
Design Innovations Improve Safety and Reliability
Sealed burner designs are protected from the wind, so you get consistent heat without the annoying flame-outs that torch designs are susceptible to. The unique halo is a multi-directional jet burner design that has the flame firing in multiple directions so heat is faster and more even than with a torch. This design also adds a flame-out sensor to the burners, meaning that should wind somehow get to the burner, the propane will immediately shut off. That means your crew is safer (no build-up of propane waiting for them) and you don't lose money on wasted fuel.
The innovations don't stop there though: the powder-coated RY30 PRO has a push-button electronic ignitor that makes lighting the burners a breeze – no matches needed! Simply hold down the flame-out sensor override, push the ignitor, and you're lit!
The 30-gallon melter kettle takes two propane tanks (not included) that you can get virtually anywhere. Attach the tanks to the oven and light it – as easy as lighting a barbecue!
Although this melter can be free-standing on a job site (use the included handles to lift and move it), it can also be bolted to a truck or trailer for portability, with dual lid locks to keep material from spilling out when you are on the move. In that case, you'll especially appreciate the reliability of the glycerin-filled thermometer: glycerine keeps the thermometer from being damaged by vibrations and will let you know the exact temperature of your sealant. And the built-in manual agitation helps you to keep the sealer stirred so it doesn't get too hot on the bottom.
Invest In Your Business
Add the RY30 PRO stationary Melter Kettle to your equipment and experience faster melt times with less fuel spent: take on larger jobs, earn more profit per job, and grow your business with this hard-working machine.
It's good to clean it out completely after 5 uses; otherwise there is a possibility of charring rubber in areas where there may be multiple layers of rubber built up.
To clean it, heat it up and scrape it out with a scraper on a broom handle. Then start fresh with a brand new box of crackfill.
I have left over tar in my machine. Is it okay to leave it there and reheat it at a later time?
Absolutely! You just have to heat it up again when you are ready to use it.
How soon can you drive on newly filled cracks?
As soon as the crackfiller comes down to ambient temperature - sometimes as soon as 30-45 minutes when it is hot, and more quickly in cooler temperatures. Test with a stick: if you push down on the crackfiller and the crackfill doesn't tack to the stick, you're good to drive on it.
Can I melt thermoplastic?
You can not melt the thermoplastic with the melter machine.
If the weather is really hot, should I still be crack filling?
The crack sealant can be used in high-heat situations like deserts, but it has also been proven to stay flexible down to -0°F.
What is a thermocouple? How do I replace it?
Thermocouple is responsible for shutting off the propane to a burner in the unlikely event of a flame out. This prevents unburned gas from flooding into the combustion chamber or a small smart might cause an explosion. It is an essential part of keeping you safe while working. Watch the instructional video on how to re-seat the thermocouple.
When melting the rubberized crack filler, does the whole block with plastic wrapper go into the melter kettle?
Yes, you can put the whole block into the melter kettle along with the plastic cling film. Don't worry because including and melting the plastic film is 100% safe. Plus, it will not affect the adhesion or the performance of the rubberized crack filler.
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