While painting a large surface area such as a commercial floor, ceiling, or roller door, industrial spray painting can be a good option as it covers a large area very quickly. This will save time and cost.

Fremont, CA: Spray painting is a popular option for industrial painters. Painters in heavy-duty industries prefer industrial spray painting as it provides the ability to paint a number of surfaces by spraying high-quality liquid paint. Besides, spray painting consumes lesser time and is budget-friendly.

Let us look at the advantages of industrial spray painting:

Speed and Efficiency

While painting a large surface area such as a commercial floor, ceiling, or roller door, industrial spray painting can be a good option as it covers a large area very quickly. This will save time and cost.

Applications

With industrial spray painting equipment, painters can use a wide range of liquid materials, including paints, primers, and stains. It provides better control and uniform coverage on surfaces such as metal, plastics, wood, and fiberglass.

Controlled Atomisation

Airless spray painting is among the most popular industrial spray painting systems in the market today. An airless sprayer pushes the paint under very high pressure through a specialized hose into a small hole in the nozzle of the sprayer. Thixotropic paint material requires a larger spray tip nozzle to apply. It also needs high pressure to atomize the paint particles so that a fine mist is produced.

Less Waste

HVLP (high-volume, low-pressure) is another popular industrial spray painting system. HVLP spray systems utilize a lightweight air turbine in the place of a large air compressor to supply the air for atomizing the paint. The air is supplied at a much lower speed and pressure. This reduces the amount of overspray and material wastage compared to conventional air spray, ensuring a much cleaner spray environment. HVLP is the best method of spray application when applying a metallic paint finish.

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