Industrial
Spray Painting

Serviscreen's wet spray painting and finishing services include open spray, mask spray, highlighting, EMI/RFI shielding, and industrial airbrushing. We are a skilled provider of decorative, cosmetic, and protective finishes for a variety of product applications.


Our capabilities allow us to serve a large variety of industries such as automotive, furniture, military, medical, electronic, appliance, and heavy equipment machining. We work with leading paint manufacturers to provide the top finish coatings and processes that meet your expectations and specifications.

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Spray Painting Services & Features

Automotive rockrails with textured spray painting
  • Spray painting on a vast range of substrates

  • Servicing automotive OEM customers

  • Second surface painting with laser etching

  • Specialize in interior and exterior component finishing

  • Qualified military-spec finish applicator

  • Textured finishes

  • Custom color-matching

  • ISO 9001:2015 certified

Capabilities

Our industrial spray painting and finishing department can apply coatings to specified areas with multiple colors in a timely and efficient manner. Some of our experience includes furniture, appliances, automotive parts, custom machines, electronics, marine, RV, and military work. We are a custom job shop, capable of making adjustments to our process to meet your needs. Our consultive approach allows us to work personally with you every step of the way to ensure that your parts will be completed to meet or exceed your standards. Whether this involves multiple colors, special paints, masking, or highlighting, your parts will be given exactly the service you need.

Serviscreen's versatile facility is equipped with several wet spray booths as well as many industrial batch ovens. Our industrial spray painting services can be applied to practically any substrate, including steel, zinc, die-cast, chrome-plating, injection-molded plastic, blow-molded plastic, raw fabricated aluminum, anodized aluminum, and glass. There are varieties of paint available, such as enamel, epoxy, lacquer, high solids, alkyds, low gloss, medium gloss, high gloss, and Teflon.

  • Integrated specialized finishing systems

  • Large to small volume production

  • Back-lit button applications

  • Laser marking

  • Prototyping

Is Wet Spray Painting the Best Application for Your Project?

Start by doing a quick assessment of your needs. Do you…

  • Need a thin coating layer (6 mil or less)?

  • Require a “Class A” Finish?

  • Have limited startup capital or time?

  • Routinely have large or different sized parts?

  • Want flexibility in color-matching choices?

  • Need special masking, highlighting, or clear coats?

Automotive center console finished with grey industrial spray painting

If you answered “YES” to any of those questions, spray painting might be the best choice. Of course, every project is unique and there are other variables to consider; feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to provide you with additional info.

The Benefits of Industrial Spray Painting

  • The process is quick, efficient, and cost-effective.

  • Heavy, bulky, and large objects are more suited to wet spray finishing.

  • A vast number of unique or custom colors are available.

  • Spray paint finishes lend themselves to other value-added applications such as screen printing, pad printing, and laser etching.

  • Paint materials are available for low-volume projects.

  • Many finishing options, such as gloss levels and unique textures.

  • Large surfaces can be covered easily.

  • It’s the ideal process for items that cannot be heated at high temperatures.

  • Spray paint can produce a “Class A” Finish for your products.

  • Paint options allow for baked cure or air cure over time.

  • Substrate versatility. Wet Spray can efficiently coat metals, plastic, fiberglass, polycarbonates, composites, and wood.

  • Paint allows for a much thinner finish when compared to powder coating.

  • Polyurethane and two-part epoxy paints are two excellent choices for durability (for special applications where durability is the highest priority, Polyurea is usually the best option).

  • Spray paint can be color-matched between various substrates. For example, both plastic and metal parts can have the exact same color and gloss level, ensuring that the assembled parts look uniform and intentional.

Spray Painting or Powder Coating?

What Factors Might Make Powder Coating the WRONG Choice?

  • There are larger costs to set up the line and change over colors with powder coating.

  • It is difficult to apply a thin amount of coating to the substrate, which could be a factor if you're working with tight tolerances.

  • Startup and material costs make prototyping expensive in the developmental phase of a project.

  • RAL color matching in wet paint is superior to powder coating.

  • It is much more difficult to touch up missed areas.

  • The part has to be able to be grounded to create the electrostatic charge.

  • Custom colors often require a special minimum production run of 60 lbs.

  • The minimum order for standard powder coating is usually 30 pounds or more.

Silver, clear-coated wheel hub, custom wet spray painted using special masks