What is spray painting?

Spray painting methods are used not only in the automotive industry, but also in the cosmetics, medical and home furnishing industries. A professional industrial paint shop using the spraying technique can efficiently carry out orders for companies: construction, those producing electronics and household appliances, aviation, automotive, cosmetics, as well as furniture companies. Do you want to learn how spray painting is used in industry in practice? Review this article. We’ve prepared some tips on where spray painting works best and why.

How the spray painting process works in industry – step by step

The entire spray painting procedure in an industrial paint shop begins with a conversation with the client regarding the needs, preferred effect and type of material to be painted. After determining the details of cooperation, specialists in the paint shop start working in the following steps:

  • Preparing the surface for painting. Sometimes the elements need to be cleaned, degreased and evened so that the paint coating is perfect in every place. Typically, when painting plastics, this is not required.
  • Painting the elements with primer and then with the base color. Each paint coating is applied by specialists using a dedicated spray gun with a technology selected based on experience and the paint’s technical data sheet.
  • After the painted elements have dried, they are sent to the seasoning process, which is necessary for them to acquire appropriate resistance before transport.

When it comes to spray painting in industry, it is definitely worth choosing this type of method of applying paint coatings. In this way, we can effectively varnish both large-sized parts and small items, e.g. cosmetic bottles.

Why is it worth choosing professional spray painting services for industry?

There are many determinants of the profitability of choosing the spray painting method in industry. A professional industrial painting plant using spray methods of applying paint coatings can guarantee:

  • speed of operation,
  • precision of the paint coating – many coatings cannot be repaired, so you need to ensure high quality from the very beginning,
  • perfect adhesion of the coating to the substrate.
  • long-term durability,
  • versatility of use,
  • relatively low costs compared to other methods of applying varnish.

It is also worth being aware of the limitations and disadvantages of spray painting. This painting technology requires the use of numerous health protection measures for employees of an industrial painting plant – as a professional painting shop, we take care not only of full protective clothing for painters, but also of the conditions in the plant, including very efficient ventilation and a multi-stage filtration system. Additionally, taking care of the equipment, e.g. a paint gun or a compressor, requires knowledge of the principles of painting to ensure that the coatings are aesthetic and durable.

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