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Coating systems: Preserving, finishing, drying

inTEC offers you coating systems for steel assemblies and profiles, pipe interiors and exteriors, and laboratory equipment for test panel coating. Industry-specific solutions have also been developed for spraying small parts.

  • Spray systems for preservation or for the application of top coats are built into existing transport structures or production lines, or fitted as separate lines. The spraying and drying process is automated after the material has been fed. Loading and unloading can be set to manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic.
  • Airless spray guns are used to apply the paint. The parts are coated on all sides in a continuous process. The distance between the spray guns and the part is regulated by geometry. The sprayers are automatically switched on and off to reduce paint consumption, depending on the contour.
  • Air routing is designed to keep heat loss and ventilation output to a minimum.
  • The design is developed according to the specifications, the shape of the parts, the ambient conditions and the project requirements.
  • All assemblies are designed for quick, easy cleaning and are accessible from the outside. The walls of the spray unit have been coated with anti-adhesive foil, making them easy to clean. Overspray is collected on foils and is filtered out via the exhaust in the dry filter system.
  • Maintenance work is reduced to basic fittings only.

 

Coating systems for steel profiles and structures

Solutions for the steel trade for the preservation of steel profiles

Preservation line (pre-fabrication)


Configuration and models:


Technical data:

InTEC
Type of system:
KPC 1504
KPC 1508
KPC 2504
KPC 2508
InTEC
Type of system:
KPC 3004
KPC 3008
KPC 3504
KPC 3508
InTEC
Type of system:
KPC 4004
KPC 4008

Brochures:

Preservation line – primer unit Preservation lines

Gallery:


Videos:

Overview of coating systems

Preservation line

Top plate coating

Steel structure solutions for top coating of steel assemblies

Top coating (post-fabrication)


Configuration and models:


Technical data:

InTEC
Type of system: 
KTC 1512
KTC 2512
KTC 3512

Gallery:


Videos:

Overview of coating systems

Topcoating of welded structural beams

Topcoating of Headplates

Top coating of welded beams

 

Coating systems for piping

Solutions for outer coating of pipes

Outer coating of pipes

 
Outer coating systems for pipes are available for individual pipe systems or for pipe batches.


Configuration and models:


Technical data:

InTEC
Type of system:
individual pipe
pipe batch

Brochures:

UV pipe coating line

Industry press:

Cost-effective and fast spraying for pipes

Videos:

Controls demo

UV-Tube coating

Solutions for inner coating of pipes

Inner coating of pipes

Inner coating of pipes - InTEC

 
Inner coating systems for pipes are available for individual pipe systems or for pipe batches.


Configuration and models:


Technical data:

InTEC
Type of system:
individual pipe
pipe batch

 

Laboratory applications

PB1 test sheet coating machine

PB1 test sheet coating machine

 
Our laboratory applications assist you with quality assurance and the development of new painting and coating procedures. The PB1 test sheet coating machine is used for the programmable and reproducible coating of test panels made of metal, plastic, wood, and glass.

The test sheet coating system is designed for installation in front of a filter/spray wall. The test sheet coating system is moveable on rollers at the place of installation. The place of installation must comply with EN 12215 and national health and safety regulations in the country of operation.

Test sheet coating machines are supplied with bespoke configurations and equipment variants. The test sheet coating system complies with the ATEX guideline (Ex II 3G T4).


Equipment variants:

Coating system

max. 2 spray guns with gravity feed cup

Number of spray types

7 (can be configured separately)

The number of spray types/programs supplied depends on the scope of the order.

Test panel holder

Magnetic strip for magnetic test panels

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm
> Max. thickness: 2,5 mm


Pot magnet for magnetic test panels with various dimensions

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm
> Max. thickness: 1,0 mm


With two suction cups for test panels made from wood, plastic, aluminum, and glass

> Dimensions: 50 x 150 mm
> Max. thickness: 1,5 mm


With six suction cups for test panels with lower surface roughness, free from grease and lubricating media

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm

> Max. thickness:
- 2,0 mm Sheet metal
- 1,5 mm Glass
- 4,0 mm Plastic
- 4,0 mm Wood


Technical data

Travel range of test sheet/spray gun

900 mm horizontal, maximum
⁢600 mm vertical, maximum

Spray gun speed (horizontal)

0,3…0,8 m/s
Adjustable in 0.1 m/s increments

Test panel feed (vertical)

20…100 mm
Adjustable in 20 mm increments

Distance from spray gun to test panel

180…400 mm

Dimensions (height x width x depth)

1500 x 1250 x 760 mm

Weight

250 kg

ATEX class

Ex II 3G T4

Installation environment

spray booth in accordance with EN 12215,
max. VOC 100 mg/m3

Connection, electric

230 VAC 50 Hz, ExD

Ambient temperature

+ 10…30 °C                                                                           


Brochures:

Test sheet coating machine PB1

Industry press:

Automatic coating of test panels Preparing test panels with PB1 and PB2 coating machines PB1 coating machines

PB2 test panel coating machines

PB2 test panel coating machines

PB2 test panel coating machines - InTEC

 
The test sheet coating system is designed for installation in front of a filter/spray wall. The test sheet coating system is moveable on rollers at the place of installation. The place of installation must comply with EN 12215 and national health and safety regulations in the country of operation.

Test sheet coating machines are supplied with bespoke configurations and equipment variants. The test sheet coating system complies with the ATEX guideline (Ex II 3G T4).


High-end

The PB2 test sheet coating system is operated via a touchscreen. The test data is organized in projects and can be distributed across several test sheet coating systems via a USB stick. It is therefore possible to exchange reproducible results independent of location.


Equipment variants:

Coating system

max. 2 spray guns with gravity feed cup
Optional: Paint supply pump

Project database

> Unlimited project storage with up to seven spray types/programs

> Store the projects on the hard disk or a USB stick

Anzahl Spritzarten/-programme

7 (individuell einstellbar)

Die Anzahl der gelieferten Spritzarten/-programme ist abhängig vom Bestellumfang.

Test panel holder

Magnetic strip for magnetic test panels

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm
> Max. thickness: 2,5 mm


Pot magnet for magnetic test panels with various dimensions

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm
> Max. thickness: 1,0 mm


With two suction cups for test panels made from wood, plastic, aluminum, and glass

> Dimensions: 50 x 150 mm
> Max. thickness: 1,5 mm


With six suction cups for test panels with lower surface roughness, free from grease and lubricating media

> Dimensions: 500 x 600 mm

> Max. thickness:
- 2,0 mm Sheet metal
- 1,5 mm Glass
- 4,0 mm Plastic
- 4,0 mm Wood


Technical data

Travel range of test sheet/spray gun

900 mm horizontal, maximum
⁢600 mm vertical, maximum

Spray gun speed (horizontal)

0,3…0,8 m/s
Adjustable in 0.1 m/s increments

Test panel feed (vertical)

20…100 mm
Adjustable in 20 mm increments

Distance from spray gun to test panel

180…400 mm

Dimensions (height x width x depth)

1500 x 1250 x 760 mm

Weight

250 kg

ATEX class

Ex II 3G T4

Installation environment

spray booth in accordance with EN 12215,
max. VOC 100 mg/m3

Connection, electric

230 VAC 50 Hz, ExD

Ambient temperature

+ 10…30 °C                                                                           


Brochures:

Test sheet coating machine PB2 Test sheet coating machine dimensions

Industry press:

Automatic coating of test panels Preparing test panels with PB1 and PB2 coating machines

 

Coating systems for industry-specific applications

Coating systems for small parts and serial production

Coating systems for small parts

 
Metal, plastic or wooden series parts are coated using coating systems for small parts.

The material is pre-assembled on goods carriers. Goods can be loaded and unloaded from the goods carrier system manually, semi-automatically or automatically, e.g. using a robot.

The material is processed automatically in the coating system: e.g. cleaned with ionized air, painted, dried and cooled.

Cost-effective airless spray guns with atomized spray or electrostatic processes are used to apply the paint. The parts are coated on all sides in a continuous process. The distance between the spray guns and the part is regulated by geometry. The sprayers are automatically switched on and off to reduce paint consumption, depending on the contour.

Overspray is filtered out with pre-filters and exhaust air filters.

Air routing is designed to keep heat loss and ventilation output to a minimum.

The walls of the spray unit have been coated with anti-adhesive foil, making them easy to clean.

Maintenance work is reduced to basic fittings only.

The design is developed according to the specifications, the shape of the parts, the ambient conditions and the project requirements.

Coating systems for painting larger plastic components

Plastics

 
Spray systems for coating or larger plastic parts are built into existing transport structures or production lines, or fitted as separate lines.

Airless spray guns are used to apply the paint. The parts are coated on all sides in a continuous process. The distance between the spray guns and the part is regulated by geometry. The sprayers are automatically switched on and off to reduce paint consumption, depending on the contour.

Air routing is designed to keep heat loss and ventilation output to a minimum.

All assemblies are designed for quick, easy cleaning and are accessible from the outside.

The walls of the spray unit have been coated with anti-adhesive foil, making them easy to clean. Overspray is collected on foils and is filtered out via the exhaust in the dry filter system.

Maintenance work is reduced to basic fittings only.

The design is developed according to the specifications, the shape of the parts, the ambient conditions and the project requirements.


Industry press:

Automated coating of polypropylene facade elements

Coating systems for coating mineral wool panels or mineral wool slats

Mineral wool

 
Spray systems for coating mineral wool panels or mineral wool slats are built into existing transport structures or production lines, or fitted as separate lines.

Airless spray guns are used to apply the paint. The parts are coated on all sides in a continuous process. The distance between the spray guns and the part is regulated by geometry. The sprayers are automatically switched on and off to reduce paint consumption, depending on the contour.

Air routing is designed to keep heat loss and ventilation output to a minimum.

All assemblies are designed for quick, easy cleaning and are accessible from the outside. The walls of the spray unit have been coated with anti-adhesive foil, making them easy to clean. Overspray is collected on foils and is filtered out via the exhaust in the dry filter system.

Maintenance work is reduced to basic fittings only.

The design is developed according to the specifications, the shape of the parts, the ambient conditions and the project requirements.