Paint Equipment

Different types of paints and finishes require different methods of application and thus different types of paint equipment. Most paint jobs require several coats, both of primer and regular paint. Interior paint is often applied with brushes and rollers, but some homeowners may choose decorative methods, like sponging. Outdoor paints not only make a building more attractive, but they can protect it from the elements. A sealant or stain is often required when painting wood.

Industrial jobs often require special painting equipment like spray booths. Spray booths, which are enclosures used in the application of a uniform paint coat, are utilized to limit the exhaust of toxic fumes to designated areas. Spray booths are common in manufacturing plants and in professional workshops. Paint equipment can drastically vary in size and capability based on the application. These equipment types include paint booths, paint sprayers, paint systems, striping machines, airless paint sprayers, automated paint finishing equipment, electrocstatic painting, hardcoat systems, powder coating equipment and more.

Paint is often used to provided a certain type of texture to an object and more importantly protect the object for unwanted damage. Automated paint equipment are ideal for a number of application where the user can paint an object remotely through a computer system. Paint booths are devices used for controlling the painting area and preventing contaminants from entering. These items also control the flow of the fumes and over spray. Regardless of the application these paint equipment solutions are very beneficial and designed to increase the efficiency of the painting process.