Troubleshooting help to get you started!

Practical and easy-to-use: With the AEROFIXX application tool and AEROSANA VISCONN sealant from pro clima, you can quickly seal transitions between different building components in an airtight manner – both indoors and outdoors! Thanks to its double functionality, this convenient airtightness tool can spray sealant or else apply beads of sealant. As a result, locations that are difficult to access are no longer a problem!

The best results are obtained when the sealant material is inserted correctly, the technician is able to handle the device properly and the AEROFIXX application tool is in perfect working order. To ensure all of these requirements are achieved, we have produced a series of short videos (with English subtitles) on the most important aspects of handling, working with and cleaning the AEROFIXX spray gun.

In these short videos, you can find out everything you need to know about using AEROFIXX!


Quick start: AEROFIXX essentials

AEROFIXX quick start

How do I start up AEROFIXX? This video quickly takes you through all the steps (videos 1-10) required to make AEROFIXX ready to use. The short videos for each step are available in our overall playlist. (#11)

Changing the tubular bag

Is your cartridge of sealant empty? This video shows you what to take into account when changing the tubular bag and how to start spraying again. (#21)

Use after an idle period

AEROFIXX may be left lying unused and uncleaned for a few weeks. The sealant material in the tubular bag will still be fresh. This video shows the steps that need to be taken when starting to use the device again after an idle period. (#2)

How AEROFIXX works

The most important factor in the mode of operation of AEROFIXX is its clever air pressure system. This video explains precisely how it works and how this affects the spray finish. (#28)


Step-by-step: Using AEROFIXX

These videos deal with preparatory steps and the proper operation of AEROFIXX

1. Pressure setting and compressor requirements

This video deals with the requirements demanded of the compressor to ensure uninterrupted operation of AEROFIXX and describes what happens if the compressor isn’t strong enough. (#1)

2. Default setting of the pressure reducer on AEROFIXX

In this video, you can find out more about the default settings to be made before using AEROFIXX. For example, you will see how the pressure regulator should be set and what needs to be taken into account regarding the position of the spray head. (#3)

3. Release and lubricating agents

It is important to keep AEROFIXX free of dirt and residues so that it will work properly. In this video, you will find out why the use of a lubricant or release agent is so important and what happens if you don’t use a lubricant or release agent. (#4)

4. Inserting the tubular bag

How do I insert the tubular bag into AEROFIXX correctly? Here you will learn the proper handling steps when inserting the cartridge and how you can easily correct its position. (#5)

5. Cutting the tubular bag

To avoid problematic residues inside AEROFIXX, it is important to open the tubular bag with a scissors / pincers and not with a utility knife. You will find out the reason why in this video. (#6)

6. Inserting the material nozzle and screwing on the spray head

In this video, you will learn in just one minute how the spray head is attached properly to AEROFIXX without squeezing sealant material out to the sides. (#7)

7. Continuous downward pressure on the spray head

Want to find out more about possible mistakes you can make when screwing on the AEROFIXX spray head? This video explains in simple terms what can go wrong and how to identify what has gone wrong. (#8)

8. Screwing in the air nozzle

The air nozzle should always be fitted to AEROFIXX after the material nozzle is fitted. This video explains why this is so important. (#9)

9. Setting the spray head to spraying

Is the spraying end result not satisfactory? The set-up of the spray head could be the cause. This short video shows you what needs to be taken into account when setting the spray head. (#10)

10. Fine adjustment of the air-material ratio

The default settings for AEROFIXX have been made – great! Now let’s deal with fine-tuning of the air-material ratio. This video shows you what changes you can make with simple tricks. (#12)

Spray finishes and types of surface

11. Spraying onto smooth surfaces with AEROSANA VISCONN

A perpendicular spraying angle and the right separation distance from the surface are important when spraying AEROSANA VISCONN onto smooth subsurfaces. This short video shows how to achieve good results with AEROFIXX. (#13)

12. Spraying onto porous surfaces with AEROSANA VISCONN

When spraying AEROSANA VISCONN onto a porous subsurface, do so in two passes at 30 degrees to the surfaces in order to fill and seal pores. This video explains how pores can be sealed reliably and how a good finish can be obtained with AEROFIXX. (#14)

13. Spraying onto smooth surfaces with AEROSANA VISCONN FIBRE

A perpendicular spraying angle and a separation distance of one hand width from the surface are important when spraying AEROSANA VISCONN FIBRE onto smooth subsurfaces. You can control the application thickness by varying your working speed. (#15)

14. Spraying onto porous surfaces with AEROSANA VISCONN FIBRE

When spraying AEROSANA VISCONN FIBRE onto a porous subsurface, do so in two passes at 30 degrees to the surfaces to fill and seal pores. This video explains how pores can be sealed reliably and how a good finish can be obtained with AEROFIXX. (#16)

15. Correcting defects with a brush

Have you sprayed a surface with AEROFIXX, but parts of it are too thick or too thin? You can easily fix this with a brush. This video shows you some simple tricks. (#17)

16. Spraying over a gap

In this video, you can spray over gaps simply and neatly using AEROFIXX. (#18)

17. Embedding fleece

You can easily cover holes and defects with a piece of fleece and embed this fleece into the sealant. This video shows you how to do this with AEROFIXX. (#19)

Line/bead application

18. Line application with AEROSANA VISCONN FIBRE

It is also easy to apply beads of sealant with AEROFIXX. This short video demonstrates the right settings and shows how you can subsequently spray over beads of sealant. (#22)

19. Applying a bead of Orcon F (without an air nozzle)

When applying lines of ORCON, the material nozzle is used on AEROFIXX, but not the air nozzle. This video shows you what settings and pressure to use to apply lines of adhesive in a reliable manner. (#23)

Quality assurance

20. Checking the application thickness

This video shows you how easy it is to measure and check the application thickness of AEROSANA VISCONN. (#20)

Storage and cleaning

These videos provide useful tips relating to storage, cleaning and more.

21. Storing and transporting AEROFIXX

AEROFIXX should not be stored with the tip pointing up if there is still sealant left in the tubular bag. This video explains why AEROFIXX should only be stored for a longer period horizontally or with the tip pointing down. (#24)

22. Storing the tubular bags

AEROSANA tubular bags can no longer be used if they have frozen. This video shows you how you can detect frost damage. (#25)

23. Cleaning the material and air nozzles

This video shows you how best to clean the air and material nozzles of AEROFIXX after use and how helpful a thin bottle brush is. (#26)

24. Troubleshooting: cleaning the spray head

Is the AEROFIXX spray head dirty and needs to be cleaned? This video shows you how to clean the spray head in a step-by-step manner. A good spraying finish later on is the reward for careful cleaning! (#27)


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