Kaishan USA | July 03, 2020 | Uncategorized
Air compressors use power, generated from a motor or engine, to compress air and deliver it in a pressurized flow to drive another operation or fulfill a task. In the auto industry, air compressors are frequently used for painting cars, using compressed air to deliver paint through a nozzle in a strong yet even flow.
An air compressor for painting cars operates by breaking up paint with pressurized air, and using that pressure to produce a fine mist of paint through a nozzle. The air compressor for auto painting delivers air in a strong enough flow that the paint is turned into a fine, liquid particulate, which is ideal for an even coat over the vehicle.
In addition to a consistent flow, which ensures an efficient use of paint, using a compressor for auto painting is faster and easier than other painting methods. It enables full coverage, even in difficult-to-reach areas, without the need to manually check that paint covers every surface.
The answer depends on several factors. Based on the size of your operation and the types of auto painting you will need to complete, compressor criteria may differ. For example, full-vehicle painting will have more difficult requirements than a repair or touch-up job.
The list below will account for some of these more common applications:
At Kaishan, we offer an extensive range of rotary screw air compressors with the qualities and features ideal for painting cars. Our product line includes the 2-stage compressors required to deliver sufficient CFM.
We also feature dryers and filters so that paint application remains uniform and attractive. In addition, our entire product line focuses on efficiency, value, and performance. This means you make a sound investment for any application. For more information, browse our product line today.
In the auto industry, air compressors are frequently used for painting cars, using compressed air to deliver paint through a nozzle in a strong yet even flow.
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