Painting large surfaces such as walls, building elevations, ceilings and industrial halls can be quite a challenge. The industrial spaces are enormous and companies usually can’t allow themselves to actually close down the building, so the painting has to be done quickly and efficiently. Moreover, the quality of the job must be of the highest standards, as it usually doesn’t cover just the walls – industrial painting includes painting on steel and metal constructions that don’t take the paint quite easily. What is hydrodynamic painting and why does it work for industry so much better than any other method?
What is hydrodynamic painting?
Hydrodynamic painting is a method of applying paint to any surface with a spray gun instead of a brush or a paint roller. This method is particularly useful in industrial environments, when time and efficiency is of key importance. Painting on such a large scale demands using huge portions of paint, which usually takes long to dry and may not be even on the entire surface. Meanwhile hydrodynamic painting guns come with many different nozzles that correctly chosen can make the job much more efficient. The hydrodynamic painting method saves time and materials and can give even results that cannot be achieved with anything else.
Spray paint guns work by generating high pressure that breaks the paint apart into small droplets that are then shot out onto the painted surface. Keeping the pressure even through the whole painting process is the reason why spray painting gives such an even and smooth result, even if the surface itself wasn’t properly smooth before.
What are the advantages of hydrodynamic painting?
Painting with a hydrodynamic machine means so much more than just saved time. With proper surface preparation and skilled painters, the company is able to save up on materials, as the spray painting guns use much less paint than any normal method would. Moreover, the surface that is being painted is much smoother once the paint has dried, as the paint is applied as tiny droplets sprayed at the surface under high pressure.
Hydrodynamic painting allows you to paint much more than just the walls. Companies specialising in such services are often specialised in painting steel, preparing surfaces before painting and protecting steel elements from corrosion. By delegating both the preparation and the hydrodynamic painting to one specialist company, manufacturers can be sure that their job will be done with all the highest quality standards in mind.
Who is it suitable for?
Hydrodynamic painting is suitable for all industries in need of conservation and renovation of industrial facilities, chimneys, cooling towers, silos, and steel constructions. Services offered by professional hydrodynamic painting companies include not only the painting process itself, but also all the preparation stages that need to be done before painting. Those include stream and abrasive treatments of surfaces, anticorrosion protection, metallisation and austenitic steel passivation.