When processing spray varnishing, high quality industrial varnishs are sprayed by compressed air (2 up to 6 bar) at the exit through the injector. This technique is applied for small and area-measured parts. A disadvantage of this method is the relatively large loss of varnish overspray.
This most used technique of workpiece coating offers, besides a good corrosion protection, high aestetics.
To guarantee a consisting high quality during the series varnishing, we attach utmost importance to optimum varnishing periphery conditions.
Besides conventional structure, effect and top coats, we also process conductive lacquers with a very high percentage of conductible filling material (up to 80 % and more). By this, the electrical conductivity is produced in the lacquer matrix. The single pigments contact each other and permit therefore the current flow.