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Paint System Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of paint system manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top paint system manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any paint system company can design, engineer, and manufacture paint systems to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach paint system companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of industrial paint systems, car paint systems and automotive paint systems.

Leading Companies:

  • Round Lake, IL 847-546-8225

    We are dedicated to providing the best in paint finishing equipment! Since 1949 we have been providing our customers with top of the line products and services to an ever growing customer base worldwide! We are located in Round Lake, Illinois but our reach is global and we are dedicated to being wherever you need us most! To learn more about what we may be able to do for you; visit our website or send us an email today!

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  • Omaha, NE 800-242-6870

    Shop-Pro Equipment is a leader in the paint finishing equipment industry. We understand the need to work efficiently. That's why we work to ensure our products are of high quality to keep your business moving. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you today!

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  • Kenosha, WI 800-323-0431

    Chemco supplies industry with a variety of paint booth filters. In that time we have expanded well beyond paint booth supplies. In addition to one of the most expansive lines of fiberglass paint booth filters on the market we also stock all air intake paint booth filters. Along with filters we carry over a dozen different types of removable wall coating and flame retardant paint booth floor paper.

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  • St. Louis, MO 800-365-7565

    Since 1966, Fluid-Air Products has been supplying the paint finishing equipment of leading-edge manufacturers. We offer spray booths, spray guns, electrostatic sprayers, paint sprayers, spray painting robots, filters, paint arrestors, airbrush equipment and more in the line of paint spraying equipment.

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  • Scottsdale, AZ 800-992-4657

    Carlisle Fluid Technologies manufactures industrial spray painting equipment for the global marketplace. We produce a variety of spray guns, paint sprayers, pumps, and spray booths. Our spray finishing technology and finishing systems can be found in various industries.

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Paint System Industry Information

Paint Systems

A paint system includes all the necessary processes involved in painting an object or surface. The term “paint system” can be a general reference to the process of painting or to the equipment and tools actually used to do the painting. In one sense of the term, a paint system is the process of surface preparation, pretreatment, primers and topcoats.

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Applications of Paint Systems

Paint systems are often sold as a kit and can be purchased for residential, commercial, or industrial use. Each piece of paint equipment used is vital for the performance of the entire paint system. These systems are used by manufacturers to paint, coat, and finish products, such as metal enclosures, electronic components, car bodies, workstations, bicycle frames, steel silos, watercraft, and other items. Materials that receive coatings in paint systems include composites, containers, electronic and electrical components, extrusions and stock forms, glass, various types of metal, paper and paperboard, pharmaceuticals and food products, porcelain and ceramic materials, textiles and fabric, and wood.

Common Components of Paint Systems

Typically, paint systems are understood to be the complete arrangement of equipment used for painting. Depending on the methods used to paint, there are different tools; the most common industrial method is spray painting. A basic spray painting system includes the spray gun nozzle, a pressurized paint container, an air compressor and hoses or tubes to connect these components. The parts of a paint system vary in size, capacity, and power but are usually fairly consistent across the many different industries that use these systems. The spray gun is the nozzle attachment that directs the paint or coating out of the system and onto the surface of the product. Interchangeable tips allow for different spray patterns such as a full cone, hollow cone and flat stream.

In electrostatic painting, an electrode may be mounted within the tip of the nozzle to charge the paint as it sprays out. The spray gun is connected to a paint reservoir that is pressurized by an air compressor. Sometimes the paint is held within the body of the spray gun, but for larger applications, the paint or coating is left in large buckets. An air compressor provides the necessary pressure to draw the paint through the tubes at high speeds. Airless paint sprayers use methods that do not use air compressors to accomplish this task. Pneumatic hoses and tubes connect the spray gun to the paint, compressor, and power source. Paint systems work quickly; paint from the tank or container flows to the nozzle while under low pressure. Air atomizes the paint as the compressor pushes it through the lines and the paint is broken into small particles, which are propelled through the nozzle and to the surface of the product. Painting may take place in a spray booth for a clean work environment.