Industrial spray painting remains a popular choice for professional craftsmen in heavy-duty industries, and provides a fast and economical way to apply high quality paint coatings to a wide range of surfaces at a fraction of the time and cost.

When it comes to spray painting large surface areas such as silos, workshop flooring and large equipment, industrial spray painting can cover a considerable surface area within a matter of hours. This compares favorably to conventional spraying systems, which could take anything between two days and a few weeks to complete the same job.

Airless spraying is one of the most popular industrial spray systems on the market today. Airless spray systems operate by means of a high-pressure build up, which forces the paint out of the nozzle in a ‘soft’ spray, resulting in a superior high quality finish on all types of surfaces. Applying a thicker paint requires a bigger nozzle and higher expulsion pressure to ensure that the paint particles are sufficiently broken up to produce a fine mist. Nozzle size and shape play an important part in the quality of the application and ultimate outcome of spray painting. Hollow cone, flat stream and full cone nozzles are most commonly used in the commercial painting sector to achieve precision patterns and paint consistency.

Due to the reduced compression associated with industrial spray painting equipment, a higher quality paint finish can be achieved with a single application, thereby reducing the need for repeated touch-ups and resprays on the end product. Paint particles in the form of tiny droplets are expelled at high pressure to produce a mirror-like finish on a variety of surfaces, including workshop floors, marine tanks, silos, commercial roofing and other surfaces that require a tough, quick-drying paint. Many industrial spray systems offer versatility in the use of a range of materials, from lacquers, stains, primers, acrylics, and fillers to specialty coatings such as high build epoxies and less viscous applications.