Coating Procedures in Paint Systems for Wooden Parts
- Continuous flow coating zone for window frames
In paint systems for wooden parts, workpieces with flat components and with corpus components are distinguished.
For flat components such as doors or panels, paint application procedures such as rolling or pouring are suitable. Rolling is used if the amount of paint to be applied is relatively small and has to be distributed evenly. Pouring is a very economical application procedure since the excess paint flows directly into the adjacent storage basin, thus minimizing paint losses.
In most cases, corpus components are coated by means of spraying. For windows procedures such as dipping or flow coating are also used.