Wet paint coating, that is, 1 or 2 component painting, remains a relevant surface treatment method even today, given that it’s carried out carefully with the latest equipment and materials in the appropriate process environment.
The advantage of this method is that it provides the widest range of color shades and gloss levels, robust resistance to varying conditions and stresses, as well as the longest lifecycles for the harshest environmental and chemical stresses.
A flat surface with minimal waste
The latest wet paint coating equipment makes for little waste (or loss due to overspray) and relatively low VOC–emissions. Modern wet paints offer the smoothest surfaces, highest gloss and hardest surfaces. Weather resistance is important for poles, and higher stress resistance levels can be attained by using wet paint.
A wet paint coating method is usually chosen when any part of the product or material isn’t suited for other coating materials, like powder coating. Reasons for this may include restrictions on the product’s head resistance, particular color requirements, large size, or features required from the product’s coating. Luckily, even with traditional coatings, excellent results can still be achieved.
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