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In the industrial sector the painting process is often overlooked or dismissed as a quick job that can be done in a fractional amount of time. This, however, is not a truthful outlook. The painting job may seem like a miniscule part during the manufacturing process, but in actual fact it is the one thing that gives the product an overall impression.
Paint jobs that aren’t done correctly may lead to the consumer receiving a negative first impression of your product. Unfortunately, word to mouth advertising is much more effective than any other form. It is important that you choose the right painters to deliver what you need.
Why is industrial painting important?
There are several reasons why industrial painting is important, each will be discussed below.
It prevents corrosion: it is inevitable for a product to come into contact with other elements in the environment. This may often cause corrosion. A good paint job will prevent the coating from chipping off or the material to deteriorate even if it the product makes it past a few good years.
It protects the product:protective coating is applied in order to protect is from different types of contamination, for example waterproof coating to prevent water from seeping onto the product.
It should be maintained every few years: maintenance painting should occur every few years to make sure the paint is still intact. Even if the coating looks perfectly fine, a new layer should be added every now and then to strengthen the protection even more.
What are the aspects to consider before the painting process?
Before the painting process can start one has to consider a number of factors. Firstly, make sure that high quality paint is used. Trusted suppliers or manufacturers should be used as well as names that can be trusted. Secondly, the instructions of the painting process should be made clear to those who will be doing it. Thirdly, the use of experienced contractors is advised. Along with this, should be people who can be trusted to supervise and inspect the painting after it is done.
What is the process involved in painting?
Industrial painting is basically done in 3 steps.These 3 steps will ensure that the product exemplifies and maintains the quality that the consumer is buying.
1. Cleaning the surface: whatever it is that you are painting, cleaning the surface is the number one rule of painting; whether it’s done at home or industrially. The surface should be free of dust or any loose debris. In most cases, an expert individual does checks of the quality of surface prep before painting.
2. Surface priming: before the paint can be applied to the surface, it is necessary that a sealant is applied to it. Protective coating not only serves to give the product a refined finish, but it also serves to ensure the longevity of the product.
3. Painting by using high volume spraying: spray painting is used on an industrial level because it is not as time consuming as manual painting. It is also much cheaper in general.
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