Website Construction


October 7th and 8th, we are making some exciting changes to our quote tool! While we get this new feature uploaded to our website, you may see some disruptions. We apologize if this causes any inconveniences.

Our office will be open during construction and your account manager will be happy to help with quoting.

More information on the new quote tool coming soon!


ICAA Convention 2021

We sent Tyler DePoppe and Dan Curran down to San Antonio with our DE4040, WL16000HE, EC18000VE, and introduced our new DE30!

What is the ICAA?

“ICAA’s mission is to assist its members by developing and executing programs to keep them on the leading edge in the rapidly changing world of insulation. ICAA delivers personalized service, regardless of the materials you install, where you buy from, or the size or age of your business.” (

Convention and Trade Show

WINCO took the opportunity to showcase what a lot of other spray foam companies have already noticed; quality generators that are dependable and can keep up through the work day. We have worked with many of our current customers, as well as spray foam manufacturers, to design and engineer the best power source available. We started with the DE4040 with a 40 psi compressor, we since had added a 23kW, 40kW, 50kW and our newest, 30kW.

FEBRUARY 28th – MARCH 3rd!!

**We will be introducing a new generator!**


DE Prime Power Units

Air-Cooled Portables


Our Housing Process

At WINCO, we design, fabricate and assemble our own housing components.

Fun Fact: We have the ability to provide sheet metal housing for our generators that are decades old!


Each housing is constructed from galvanealed steel. A sheet of steel is loaded into our laser cutter. We generate nitrogen on-site that allows our laser to cut without impurities oxidizing on the edge.

After being cut, we form them using CNC brake presses. These machines are capable of repeatable ram movements of .0001 inches.


The most critical part of the paint process is the wash. We use phosphoric acid to clean and prepare the steel so the paint will properly adhere.

We have partnered with Axalta to provide all of our paints. These paints cure though a heating process. The finished product is a durable paint that will withstand time.


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Our foam cutter is programmed to make precise cuts to our exact specifications.

We use half inch high temp melamine and one inch polyurethane foam. The adhesive can uphold in -45 up to +170 degrees. The high temp melamine foam is used around all components that radiate heat. This maintains safety of the unit.

You can get more information on our housing here.


Get to Know WINCO – Matt

WINCO is a family-owned business with almost 80 employees. We thought it would be great to meet them!

Name: Matt Larsen
Department: Engineering
Hobbies: Tractor pulling, hunting, and fishing

Q: How long have you worked at WINCO?
A: 12 years

Q: Tell me about your family.
A: My wife Becky and I have been together since high school. We have two daughters, Abbie and Tara. Becky runs daycare out of our house, so it is always busy at our house.

Q: What is a tractor pull?
A: Tractor pulling is a competitive motor sport in which modified tractors, drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically driven forward as the sled progresses along the course. Pulling this ever-increasing load eventually causes the vehicle to lose forward momentum and torque, although a rare few might indeed reach the end of the course, known as a “full pull.” The distance from start to finish is measured in thousandths of an inch and the tractor that pulls the sled the farthest distance is declared the winner.

Q: How long have you been doing tractor pulls?
A: 22 years, I started out with a super modified garden tractor (it looks like a lawn tractor but has a motorcycle engine). We eventually completely rebuilt that tractor and installed a snowmobile engine. About 8 years ago we built a second tractor so my dad could pull. That one also has a snowmobile engine. It looks like an Oliver tractor its pretty sharp if you ask me. 4 years ago I bought a mini rod it has a 420 cubic inch engine during the winter of 2019 I completely rebuilt this tractor unfortunately due to the events of 2020 we did not get to pull close to home. We traveled to Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota to find hooks. In the winter of 2021 we took the mini rod to the Midwest winter nationals in Shipshewana Indiana and placed 3rd out of 20 of the best mini rods in the country. Then in march we attended the spring shoot out in waterloo IA with our super modified tractors and won the 1250 lb. class with our original tractor. We had a great 2021 puling season.  I have friends all over the country from this sport and really enjoy traveling to pulls. We have pulled in MN, IA, WI, ND, SD, MO, IA, IL and KY. 

Q: When you aren’t doing tractor pulls, what else do you like to do?
A: I enjoy fishing trips with my Dad and girls. Dad and I take an annual trip to Black Duck, MN with a group of friends. We have been making this trip for about 30 years. Dad also has a house on Cedar lake by New Prague so we spend time there fishing and relaxing in the summer as well.

Q: Colder weather is approaching us, do you have any plans for the winter?
A: Our last pulling hook for 2021 is September 25th. Then we will start prepping for the Midwest winter nationals in January in Shipshewana IN. I am hoping for a slow winter in the shop as of now I have one friend who is looking for some help with his tractor. Becky and I are taking a cruise this winter to the Bahamas it will be the first time I have taken a 5 day vacation in at least 10 years, I’m really looking forward to that. I am also the promotor for a pull in April “Midwest super pull” inside the area at Cedar Lake Speedway so a lot of the winter is spent prepping for that. I hope to spend time ice fishing this winter also.

Thank you, Matt for taking time to talk to me!

If you are able to come to visit, make sure to say ‘Hi’ to Matt!

Stay tuned, next month we will meet up with another great employee!

See you soon!


Improvements of a Growing Business

A few years ago, we implemented a system that assist us to organize and clean up work areas. By integrating these standards, we have sped up production, minimized mistakes, and are creating an organized area.

Currently, we have been focusing on our receiving area. With the issues with getting certain materials from suppliers, we have been ordering other components well in advanced. That ensures that once backordered supplies arrive at our facility, we are ready to build. As you can imagine, having more materials in the facility has given us a space issue.

We have increased our raw materials over 70%. This increase lets us provide better delivery dates and reduce gaps in production time.

Our receiving department also houses our picked parts. We have been organizing spaces to accommodate new materials, and also going through our stock. Any items that are not picked on a regular basis will be put in a designated inventory area. This opens up space to ensure regularly required parts are accessible. While all of this organizing is happening, it gives us the ability to do a more in depth inventory count.

An area that was once our winding department now houses engines and gen ends.

We are adding more sort bins to utilize shelf space and ease of access.

As WINCO continues to grow, our need for space will be an ongoing, but welcomed challenge. Stay tuned to find out more about how our facility prepares for the future!

-Big Dog