You can coat industrial buildings using different techniques. Whilst there are plenty of options, some of them are better than the rest. The idea behind applying the coating is to protect the surface and make it long-lasting. One of the techniques is called industrial on site spray painting, which offers better durability and protection than any other typical paint. It is one of the fastest and economical ways to apply high-quality paint coatings to a wide range of surfaces.
The actual site of spraying requires proper care and precision. Large variety of spraying devices as well as guns that can be used to achieve an evenly distributed and smooth finish. 6 different types of spray painting methods are Air gun spraying, HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure), LVLP (Low Volume Low Pressure), Electrostatic spray painting, Air-assisted airless spray gun and Airless spray guns.
Advantages of Industrial Onsite Spray Painting
- Range of Applications: Industrial spray paintings works well with a range of liquids such as paints, stains and primers. It gives uniform coverage to different surfaces such as wood, metal, plastics and fibreglass. It offers a high degree of control.
- Efficiency and Fast Processing: Painting large surfaces such as commercial buildings, ceilings or big roller doors. Industrial spray painting can cover a larger area in a short time efficiently. It helps in fulfilling orders faster and more reliably, which minimizes downtime and reduces the cost.
- Lower Initial Cost: At the onset, spray painting method is more cost-effective than other option.
- Controlled Atomization: Among all 6 types of spray painting methods, Airless spray painting is one of the in-demand industrial spray painting systems. An airless sprayer pumps the paint under very high pressure through a specialised hose into the small hole in the nozzle of the sprayer. To apply thicker paint, large spray tip nozzle is required. And, to ensure the particles of the paint are atomised to produce a fine mist, high pressure is needed.
- Less water: HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) does not use a large compressor. It uses a lightweight air turbine to supply the air to atomise the paint. Unlike airless spray systems, for high Volume Low Pressure, the air is dispensed at a much lower pressure and speed, which reduces over spraying and, hence material wastage reduces compared to conventional air spray. This results in a cleaner spray environment. HVLP is ideal for applying a metallic paint finish.
- Better finish and High Quality: Since the spray spreads the paint evenly, it gives a smooth and even finish to the surface. As a result, it can resist wear and tear and harmful corrosion. The tiny droplets of paint particles are expelled with pressure as a mirror-like or factory-like finish on a variety of surfaces, including commercial roof, shop fronts, cladding and other surfaces that require tough and quick-drying paint.
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