GC1000 Ergonomic 42″ Perfect Reach Caulking Gun
- • Ergonomic and Long Reach allows worker to reach the ground without bending or kneeling.
- • 42″ long design can reach up to 10 ft from the ground.
- • All Aluminum build; lightweight, durable and won’t rust.
- • Universal; use 10 oz tubes or 10 oz, 20 oz and up to 34 oz GPacks (sausages).
- • Delivers plenty of power with an 18:1 mechanical advantage.
Increase Production and safety.
Working in a comfortable posture while standing on the ground allows the user to almost double his production, while maintaining a safe environment, free of fall hazards. The GC1000 can also utilize the brand new 34 oz GPack, the biggest foil pack on the market, a 12-pack case of 34 oz GPacks can get more done than a 20-case of standard 20 oz sausages.
The GC1000 is approximately 42″ long, and has an interchangeable disk to convert the piston to use 10 oz plastic or cardboard tubes.
Why use GPacks?
Foil packaging is 100% recyclable and can reduce job site debris by up to 80%. GPacks are also easier to dispense, cost less to manufacture and benefit the environment.
Great Caulk Guns make this stuff easy
• Acoustic Sealant at the top of walls during drywall installation
• Fire-safing through mechanical penetrations through rated partitions
• Fire seal head of shaft assemblies to the steel deck or beam
• Sealing cracks between lumber construction per the new Leed standards
• Applying sealant at window to building joints
• Filling control and expansion joints in masonry and EIFS facades
• Prep a house exterior for a new paint job
• Apply sub-floor adhesives to joists without stepping out to reach beyond 4ft
“In 2010, OSHA reported 751 fatal accidents in construction, with 35% of those fatalities resulting from falls”-OSHA.gov
Last year Scaffolding, Fall protection and ladder violations topped the list of OSHA’s most-cited violations- a record that has stubbornly persisted for years. The US Department of Labor lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death, accounting for eight percent of all occupational fatalities from trauma. Any time a worker is at a height of four feet or more, the worker is at risk and needs to be protected.