PAINT DELIVERY SYSTEMS
Precise Finishing Systems is the leader in turn key fluid delivery systems for the automotive paint industry. The heart of the paint mix room is the fluid delivery system. Precise Finishing Systems has designed and developed a modular built paint delivery system for this application. Paint Mix Sets are skid based systems that are completely fabricated and assembled by Precise Finishing Systems. These systems include the paint tanks and agitators, transfer and delivery pumps, filters, regulators and all interconnecting piping and electrical wiring, which results in a paint delivery system ready to install.
Precise Finishing Systems designs custom solutions for paint temperature control requirements. Solvent-based high solids and water-based paints can be controlled accurately and efficiently by the Precise Accutrol solution. Our system will control paint temperature to +/-0.5 °C/F to provide control of viscosity, paint flash rates and overall consistency of your paint delivery system.
The modular built concept allows Precise Finishing Systems to provide significant time and cost saving benefits such as lower cost shop labor as compared to field labor for fabrication and less time to install in the field. Paint Mix Sets also offer the opportunity to make changes and/or sign off prior to shipment to the job site.
Precise Finishing Systems has extensive knowledge and can provide paint mix room and fluid delivery system process controls
HEAT EXCHANGERS & TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Precise Finishing Systems designs and manufactures shell and tube heat exchangers to TSSA and ASME code. Precise has designed a variety of high pressure heat exchangers to be used in conjunction with our sealant and adhesive temperature conditioning system. Each heat exchanger is of counter-flow construction and designed to maintain a maximum working pressure of 5000 psi. Every heat exchanger is symmetrically designed to facilitate installation in virtually any orientation. Temperature sensor ports are located in each end for highly accurate process monitoring or process control of our conditioning system.
Precise has purchased Graco’s tank fabricating division and can now offer high quality stainless steel paint tanks engineered to your application. Our team of craftsmen have over 25 years experience in manufacturing tanks for paint applications. Our engineers have a library of thousands of tank designs. Let Precise design a tank that is part of your paint circulation system.
Precise’s domed tank is the state-of-the-art in paint technology. Paint when agitated can splash on Flat top tanks. As the paint drys, it falls back into the tank and becomes dirt to your paint system. Our smooth domed design allows the paint to run back to the vessel. With our automatic transfer system we control paint level for perfect agitation and material conditioning.
The tanks start with the best materials. High grade #2B finish stainless steel is rolled to the design volume. Then our craftsmen use TIG welding stations to provide a clean, smooth, uniform weld and structural integrity. Lids are laser cut to your specifications. Each tank is then ground and hand-polished.
A RAM weldment is what we refer to as a Rod Actuating Module Structure that supports the extraction of high viscous materials out of drums. At Precise, we custom fabricate these weldments to the customer's unique specifications prior to being outfitted with the customers control panels, pumps, and actuators. Our typical sizes are for 5 gallon and 55 gallon drum applications. We have also built weldments for 300 gallon drums. Precise has full painting capability, in a wide variety of color choices, with state-of-the-art paint booth and experienced painters.
Electropolishing is an electrochemical finishing process that removes a thin layer of material from a metal part, typically stainless steel or similar alloys. The process leaves a shiny, smooth, ultra-clean surface finish.
Also known as electrochemical polishing, anodic polishing or electrolytic polishing, electropolishing is especially useful for polishing and de-burring parts that are fragile or have complex geometries.
The process of electropolishing is distinct from passivation, though it is easy to confuse the two processes. Both are non-mechanical, chemical processes, but only electropolishing uses electrical current. Both processes are intended to improve corrosion resistance, although there is some industry debate as to the effectiveness of electropolishing for corrosion resistance.
(including MARINE and POWER UNITS)
Let us help you bring your unique project to life with our custom fabrication. Contact us today to see what we can build for you!
The space constraints, weight limitations, and the extreme environmental characteristics make for a very special package, one that only an experienced and capable design and manufacturing company can do.
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