UNITS FOR SPRAY PAINTING WALLS – WHAT TYPE OF JOBS CAN BE DONE
These devices allow the spraying of paint evenly and economically. Thanks to the great dispersion, in other words the breaking down of paint into tiny drops, the paint is evenly spread on the painted surface.
Paint spray units make it possible to quickly complete works such as:
- Painting with dense emulsions
- Painting with undercoat paints
- Painting with latex, acrylic, and vinyl paints
- Priming walls
- Impregnation of surfaces like wood surfaces
The width of the paint spray and the output capabilities with which the paint spray unit works depends on the spray paint gun that is chosen.
SPRAY PAINT UNIT – THE SUCCESSOR OF ROLLERS AND BRUSHES
The spray painting of walls is much faster and more precise in comparison to painting with a regular roller or brush. It also saves material and time. Paint applied in an even layer covers a surface much better and also helps to avoid any unattractive dripping and stains. The significant speeding up of wall painting has also reduced the costs of painting.
PAINTING FACADES OF BUILDINGS
You can also paint facades of buildings with paint spray units. It is a fast way to refresh the facade of a house. AGREKOM units for spray painting are also equipped with a lance which helps you to easily apply e.g. cleaning products (active foam), fungicidal products, and also primers. The well-equipped unit makes it possible to clean facades of houses, prime or cover the surface with renovation paint with ease.
PRECISE SPRAY PAINTING
Despite paint spray units being usually used to paint large spaces, they also work perfectly when painting flats. The stream of the paint allows for precise cutting off of colours. Normally, in order to mark the colour's edge, special painter's tape or limiters like plastic plates are used which prevent unwanted covering of the surface with paint.
Another advantage of paint spray units is that they cope with painting uneven surfaces like bricks, structural plasters or panelling without any issues. The right pressure makes it possible for the paint to get into the smallest of gaps and cover the surface evenly.