Painting

Showing 1-24 of 273 results

Painting

Machines for painting work.

  1. Mixing of both solvent and water based paint
  2. Sanding and preparing surfaces for painting
  3. Pressure guns and equipment for the application of paints on any surface

Machines of the highest quality, to carry out tasks quickly.

You can:

  • Stripping, as well as removing paints and preparing them for sanding
  • Sanding, and removing primers and paints
  • Paint comfortably and quickly
  • Apply lacquers and paints, both two-coat, one-coat or three-coat

One tip so that the paint looks good and the result is optimal is that the paint is well beaten, mixed and without lumps.

Apply 25-30 cm from the wall and make regular and straight strokes so that the application of the paint is correct.

Dissolving paint

You have to check whether or not you have to thin the paint. The most modern models allow you to apply the paint without diluting, but for others you will have to check the viscosity of the paint with the viscometer that some of them incorporate.

The decision will depend on the density of the paint and the amount you need and the spray gun you have purchased.

In any case, you have to thin the paint or you don't have to thin it, I always recommend that you remove the paint by removing any lumps so that the nozzle does not clog when using it.

When you go to paint, always starts outside the part or surface and also ends outside it. This has two reasons, the first is that you cover the entire surface and, the second, is that when you pull the trigger for the first time, the pressure of the paint is greater and quickly stabilizes and, sometimes, especially if the gun does not It is in perfect condition, you may drop a splatter when you start painting.

Plasterboard or plasterboard walls or walls, like any other large surface, will be relatively easy to paint. It is enough that you cover plugs and switches well, even that you remove the trims and cover only the mechanism to make it more professional since you will not have any marking when you put the bezel on top.

Surface types

You can paint on clay surfaces, or more siliceous, hard or construction materials such as plaster, plasterboard, brick or block, depending on the material you will have to give more or fewer layers for an optimal result.