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The process many businesses follow when cleaning their paint spray guns after use is fiddly, labour intensive, and can be surprisingly wasteful:
And regardless of how rigorously you follow that procedure each time, you can never guarantee optimal results.
There is a much easier way.
Safetykleen’s all-in-one parts cleaning service provides you with a spray gun cleaning alternative, our range of automatic Paintkleen machines revolutionise your approach to cleaning spray gun equipment.
The process you follow is the same every time:
While cleaning takes place, you’ll be free for other tasks. and once the cleaning cycle is complete, all that remains is a manual inspection and clean rinse before the paint spray gun is ready for reuse.
Our Paintkleen range supplies you with everything you need to deliver the productivity and quality demanded by leading paint shops everywhere, including the machines and the cleaning fluid, as well as training, machine repair and waste removal and recycling.
Choose one of our paint gun cleaning solutions, and you’ll have a choice of manual and automatic machines that can clean HVLP, gravity- and suction-fed spray guns, as well as solvent or water-based paints and varnishes.
Our machines’ automatic wash functions remove the bulk of the the paint to save you time and energy, you can then inspect the cleaned guns manually and finish off with a clean rinse.
Our machines minimise waste and help to reduce your VOCs with low-volume fluid use, which means more cleaning cycles can be completed before the fluid needs to be replaced and waste thinners used are removed and recycled.
Speed up your processes and save yourself the time, energy and money long term. Our machines can help to improve your business efficiency.
There are 3 main types of Paint Spray Guns and they consist of airless, compressed air and HVLP. What you will often find is that air spray guns make use of concetrated high-pressure air, which atomizes fluids with precision, HVLP spray guns don’t have that power and so make up for this difference with more air and apply a softer spray with with the reduced air pressure, this ranges between 0.05 to 0.1 MPa (7–14 psi). There are also suction and gravity fed paint spray guns, the difference here is in the atomisation of the paint with the process automatised in a suction fed gun, this is the one most commonly known and used. Gravity fed guns feature the paint container on top of the gun and uses the natural force of gravity to feed the gun, offering a degree of control you don’t get with the suction fed gun.
Latex paint is most often used because of its shelf life, cost and quality longevity. You’ll find that modern latex paint can be used in a variety of different environments, contains a series of new synthetic resins that are compatible with water and can be found in a mutitude of different colours. You can also oil-based enamels with a compressed air sprayer, as well as acrylic paints. Thinned to the correct consistency, you can make use of a variety of other indoor paints as well.
Spray guns have a multitude of different uses besides paint. You can use them for lacquering, weatherproofing, varnishing, top coats, and finishing jobs. Paint Spray Guns are truly a multipurpose tool.
Choosing the right paint cleaning solution can be difficult, but here are a few things to consider to at least guide you in the right decision-making direction.