Airless Spraying

CJ Paint Spraying offers Airless Spraying as one of the many services we provide, we offer specific cladding and roof systems to enhance the appearance of your industrialised building. Read below to find out more about this service.

WHAT IS AIRLESS SPRAYING?

A method of paint application, produced by our Airless Spray Painters, which atomises the paint particles. When the paint is pushed through the nozzle, especially at a high pressure there is enough energy to break bonds which binds the paint.

When the paint is released, it impacts the air it fragments into tiny droplets. Due to the ease of use and positive results it has shown, this has become a very popular service for many of our clients, which are all produced by our Airless Contractors, who are professionals at what they do!

WHY USE AIRLESS SPRAYING?

As we have mentioned before, Airless Spraying has become exceedingly popular. As the choice of Airless Spray Paints which we have on offer, are modern and kept up to date with latest designs and choices.
A positive factor of using this type of service is that it is easy to use and is far quicker process than most Airless Spray Painting services around.

OUR LATEST ON SITE SPRAYING CASE STUDIES

Repair detail – After

Industrial Unit Respray

What the Customer Wanted… The customer contacted CJ Paint Spraying to make repairs and respray a remote electrical substation. Ongoing maintenance programmes save money in

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KFC Exterior Respray

KFC Rollout Continues

What the Customer Wanted… CJ Paintspraying are pleased to reveal the latest in the rollout of restaurant interior and exterior resprays for KFC. The rollout

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAD TO SAY?

“We have used CJ Paint Spraying a couple of times for on site spraying services along with repairs to our external cladding. All of the work they have completed for us has been spot on! It always looks brand new, and the teams are friendly and professional, we couldn't recommend enough.”

David Netherway 14th March 2018