|AIR SPRAY (conventional)
Air spray Painting is the most common method for its flexibility and ease of use. Commonly It is applicated in medium and low viscosity, decorative finishes.
Transfer efficiency: 25-45%
|HVLP (High Volume - Low Pressure) ” Ecological ”
HVLP is a controlled air spray technology, that limits the air pressure in the air cap in order to reduce bounce-back and over-spray. It is used to paint low viscosity and flow rates.
|AIRLESS (No air)
Airless spray is a high pressure spray water through a calibrated orifice. It is widely used for rapid implementation of high volumes of spraying on large surfaces, such as protective, corrosion, epoxy, etc.
Transfer efficiency: 55-70%
|Air-Assisted Airless (Air-Mix)
Air-assisted airless spray combines hydraulic spray painting with air assistance. So it enables rapid implementation of spraying with better finish. Commonly it is spraying on wood, furniture, and small pieces of machinery, etc.
Transfer efficiency: 65-85%
Electrostatic Spray is a coating application method accomplished by charging atomized paint particles. It significantly reduces the over-spray, spraying in hidden, narrow places. Its increased transfer efficiency exceeds all currently known systems.
Transfer efficiency: 50-90%