We have two state-of-the-art testing facilities for finishing applications, including liquid single and plural component coatings, as well as powder coatings. We work with the latest innovations from our suppliers to test the best possible application method for our clients.
The first step in designing a finishing system is to determine the best application method:
Applications are tested and defined from among:
All of this is done without interruption to the customer’s production line.
Our Wichita, Kansas, facility is designed for manual applications. The SprayLab-Wichita equipment and capabilities include:
Environmental simulation controls: dry winter temperatures versus humid summer conditions, etc.
4-inch I-beam monorail adjustable speed conveyor system with a capacity of up to 1 ton
Product envelope size 40" W x 60" H x 96" L
Spray booth with variable frequency drive controls to simulate wet or dry coating design specifications
Combination test oven capable of convection, infrared, or infrared hybrid testing
Data pack logging of cure cycles for validation of coating cure schedule
Coating hardness test, gloss test, mill test, and other characteristics of materials
Our Columbus, Indiana, facility is designed for automatic applications. The SprayLab-Columbus equipment and capabilities include:
Large paint booth – 14’ W x 14' H x 28’ L
Capability of Bells
Capability of Powder
Capability of Seam Sealant
Capability of Adhesive
Capability of Flocking
Capacity of up to 1.5 tons
Product envelope size 72" W x 120" H x 144" L.
Spray booth with variable frequency drive controls to simulate design specifications capable of wet or dry coatings.
Combination test oven capable of convection.
Data pack logging of cure cycles for validation of coating cure schedule.
Coating hardness test, gloss test, mill test, and other characteristics of materials are tested and recorded.
The latest technologies available of spray application methods are used during testing.