Paint sprayers are triggered guns used for coating a surface with a thin, even coat of paint. They are equipped with a reservoir tank used for storing paint as well as a compressed air system connected through a system of tubing.
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.
Paint sprayers are distinguished from manual application equipment by their superior finish. Through the use of pressurized air, paint sprayers atomize paint, breaking it down into a spray of small particles that creates a thin, smooth coat that cannot be achieved by manual application.
Paint sprayers are not only technically superior to hand painting, but cost-effective as well. They reduce the amount of time needed to paint large surfaces by delivering a larger volume of paint to the surface at once. The reservoir tank contained within paint sprayers also decreases the time needed for a project by reducing the amount of time devoted to renewing the supply of paint for the equipment.
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.