What is Air Less Painting?

To put it simply, Airless spray painting just uses material pressure without the air. An electric or pneumatical pump or petrol engine places the material under pressure and forces a defined amount of material at a maximum pressure of 250 bar through a tip bore. This transforms the material into a spray of Powder Coating in Gujarat.

How do Airless paint sprayers work?

A pump is used to bring the paint material to a pressure of up to 250 bar and then through an airless spray gun. When the paint valve (gun) is opened, the paint is forced through an opening in the airless tip of the right size relevant to the requirements. Atomisation is created through the pressure difference between the coating material and the atmosphere. The flow rate and spray jet width are determined by the tip.

What materials are suitable for Airless paint sprayers?

Various materials can be sprayed using airless paint sprayers. We have put together a summary of them here:

  • Water and solvent-based paints, varnishes, lacquers, oils, separating agents
  • Synthetic resin-based paints, PVC paints, 2-K lacquers
  • Primers, fillers
  • Fireproofing paints, corrosion protection paints
  • Emulsion, latex paints, adhesives, sealants
  • Masonry paint, roof linings, floor coatings, silicon resin paint
  • Fillers and other high viscosity materials

  • What Airless Paint Sprayer applications are there?

    Airless paint sprayers are suitable for all kinds of applications. Whether inside or out, paint and material can be applied to the following objects, for example:
  • Radiators
  • Doors and windows
  • Walls and ceilings
  • Wood and steel constructions
  • Exteriors
  • Brickwork
  • Roof linings