How it works: Wet coating is loaded into a spray gun and, under pressure, atomized as it is sprayed onto the surface of the item. This is done by either handheld spray guns or automated with a grouping of spray guns controlled to spray as pans pass by them on the production line.
- Moderate, upper-moderate and gourmet-market-level cookware and bakeware
- Cookware interiors, exteriors, and handles
- Small electrics, gadgets, cutlery
- Durability: Because the coating is atomized, it is applied to the surface of the pan in microscopic droplets which, when cured, create a bit more dense and more durable coating.
- Aesthetics: Properly sprayed products have a smoother, cleaner appearance.
- Overspray: Typically, 35% to 50% of the coating is lost during application.
- Slow production: Even the best automated spray lines can process no more than 1,500 pieces per hour — half that of other application methods.
For more information visit our product information portal – Product Knowledge Network