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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.

  • Omaha, NE

    Manufacturer of portable paint booths featuring multi-stage filtration systems to remove paint overspray along with carbon filters to remove odors and VOCs. American-made quality and productivity. Contact us or visit our website to learn more about how we can help you today!

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  • Evansville, IN

    Developing quality systems of the highest life cycle value for over 50 years, KOCH is the choice for over 1,200 manufacturers in nearly 40 countries. We are a world leader in the design, construction, and installation of paint finishing equipment and we offer each customer the most up-to-date, efficient and reliable options for their quality, cost and space requirements. Let us serve you today!

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  • Grant, MI

    Quality Finishing Systems has been designing and manufacturing state-of-the-art industrial parts washers for over 20 years. Throughout the years, we have strived to perfect our products to continually meet the needs of our customers. Our expert team work alongside customers to ensure their industrial parts washers' needs are met.

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  • Englewood, CO

    Garmat® USA, Inc. paint mixing rooms are designed to provide a well-illuminated, clean ventilated work area for mixing applications. These units utilize a positive pressure environment to help eliminate contaminated shop air from interfering with the mixing process. The Garmat USA paint mixing room is a key element when considering your paint shop requirements.

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  • Atlanta, GA

    Obtaining top-notch paint finishing equipment, finishing systems, paint sprayers, spray booths, filters and other related items is one of the things Southern Fluid Systems does. Fluid- and air-handling equipment are our specialty. In business since 1971, we also have knowledge of government regulations.

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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.