Is your cladding paint starting to peel or look faded? Do you have an unfinished concrete floor in your commercial building? Or maybe you need to rebrand your shopfront?


Industrial spray painting provides a fast and economical way to apply high quality paint coatings, to a wide range of surfaces. Here are our top 5 benefits of industrial spray painting systems:

1. Range of applications 

Industrial spray painting works with a wide range of liquid materials such as paints, stains and primers. It offers a high degree of control and uniform coverage on surfaces such as wood, metal, plastics and fibreglass. We offer a wide range of on-site spraying services, such as cladding and roof spraying, intumescent coatings and aluminium window spraying.

2. Speed and efficiency

If you’re painting a large surface area such as a commercial floor, ceiling or roller door, industrial spray painting can cover a large area, very quickly. This can reduce the time it takes to do a job, minimising downtime for your business, as well as reducing the cost of the job.

3. Controlled atomisation

Airless spray painting is one of the most popular industrial spray painting systems on the market today. An airless sprayer pumps the paint under very high pressure via a specialised hose into a small hole in the nozzle of the sprayer. Applying thicker, or more thixotropic paint material requires a larger spray tip nozzle. It also requires higher pressure to ensure the paint particles are atomised to produce a fine mist.

4. Less waste

Another popular industrial spray painting system is HVLP (high-volume, low-pressure). HVLP spray systems use a lightweight air turbine instead of a large air compressor to supply the air to atomise the paint. The air is supplied at a much lower pressure and speed. This means the amount of overspray and material wastage is vastly reduced compared to conventional air spray – resulting in a much cleaner spray environment. HVLP is the ideal method of spray application when applying a metallic paint finish.

5. Better finish

Industrial spray painting systems give a smooth and even finish, which can withstand wear and tear as well as harmful corrosion. Paint particles in the form of tiny droplets are expelled at pressure to produce a mirror like or factory like finish on a variety of surfaces. These include commercial roofs, shopfronts, cladding and other surfaces that require a tough, quick-drying paint.

Preparation before spray painting

Regardless of the industrial spray painting system that’s used, the surface must be properly prepared prior to spraying. Preparing the surface can involve cleaning & degreasing, sanding, removal of loose and delaminating material, and masking and sheeting any areas that are not to be painted. Any surface to be painted must always be properly prepared.

Want to know more?

Cladspray Solutions are a commercial spray painting company based near Norwich (Norfolk) in the East of England; but our teams are available to work nationwide 24/7. We use the latest HVLP and airless spraying equipment to ensure a factory finish. We fully understand the importance of schedules and budgets, and aim to stay within both at all times. If you feel you could benefit from our services, please feel free to contact us and we will advise you of the best solution for you and your premises. To find out more about the services we offer, including industrial roof coatings, cladding spraying and painting, and intumescent coatings, take a look here. GIVE US A CALL ON: 01603 405318 Or email us and we will be more than happy to assist you:
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