There are different paint finishing equipment available in the market today. These include equipment used in the treatment, handling and execution of various painting and coating surfaces. Though aimed at achieving a common objective, the painting equipment differ in their mode of use in applying and finishing a painting exercise as well as their working principle.
Traditionally, paint coating was done through brushes, which often yielded uneven coatings being spread on surfaces. In recent times, there is need for more precise and effective coating solutions, leading to the existence of more sophisticated coating solutions.
The most common paint finishing equipment includes the following:
- Spray paint guns: These are pressure mounted equipment that bump paint molecules on metallic surfaces at high pressure. They also aim at creating a uniform coating on the surfaces being applied. However, the coatings are often temporal, hence, unreliable where more permanent solutions re required.
- E-coating equipment: These are electronically instigated coating approaches relying on the use of electroplating. Through the technology, metal coats are applied on other metals by depositing a layer of metal paint on another metal surface from an aqueous solution.
- Powder coating equipment: These equipment deposit powers used in coating metal surfaces by heating them on the coated surfaces being applied at high pressure and temperature. As a critical part of modern metal processing, this equipment is used when a fine glossy or a texturized finish is required.
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