Wet Spray Painting
Wet Spray painting is a fast and consistent method of applying liquid paint to almost any type of surface. The process involves spraying an atomised mist onto the surface to be coated. The droplets coalesce to form a continuous film of paint which solidifies as the paint dries.
Many different types of paint are available to provide a combination of desirable characteristics including Ral colours, BS Standard, Pentone, gloss level, texture, toughness and resistance to wear, chemical action or weather.
A complete range of colours and textures is available and excellent colour matching can be achieved.
Look at our selection of RAL Colors!
Wet Spray Painting Plant
Hitech uses a conveyorised spray painting plant with three on-line spraying booths and curing ovens. This is ideal for handling large or small volumes of products up to 2.0m in length and ensures a very consistent level of high quality finish.
Hitech also has the facility to spray paint larger products in its batch coating plant.
As with all surface finishing processes, spray paint should only be applied to properly prepared surfaces in order to ensure good adhesion. Preparation may include cleaning, filling, sanding, bead blasting or removal of existing coating.
A coat of primer is often required to help create a good bond between the paint and the surface being painted.