Manufacturer of custom spray paints for OEM applications.

Spray coating method by spray gun or dish atomizer, dispersed by pressure or centrifugal force into uniform and fine mist droplets, and applied to the surface of the object to be coated. It can be divided into air spraying, airless spraying, electrostatic spraying, and various derived methods of the above basic spraying forms, such as high-flow low-pressure atomization spraying, thermal spraying, automatic spraying, and multiple spraying groups

Surface Treatment Process

Processing method for atomizing paint by spray gun and coating on the surface of objects. There are compressed air painting, high-pressure airless painting, and electrostatic painting.

Spray painting uses flammable paints containing a large amount of solvents. Under the conditions that require rapid drying, solvent vapors that volatilize to air can easily form explosive mixtures. Special electrostatic spray painting is carried out at a high voltage of more than 60 kV. The distance between the spray nozzle and the workpiece to be painted is within 250 mm, which is likely to cause spark discharge and ignite flammable vapors.

  1. Arc spray
  2. Flame spray
  3. Plasma spraying
  4. Explosive spray

PTJ Service company specializing in in-house sandblasting & painting services. With facilities featuring over 50,000 square ft. of indoor curing & storage space, 17 spray booths & a 30 ft. x 65 ft. spray room. Prep areas include large sandblasting shops, steam-cleaning equipment with chemical rust inhibitors & hand sanding tools. Can handle “Just-in-Time” production schedules & specialize in sandblasting & painting new steel fabrication, concrete trucks and other heavy equipment. Can also mix 1 pint to 1000 gallons of custom color paint.

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