Automated Spraying

Process improvement and expense reduction are important elements for every business. Reduced quality and increased costs due to an inefficient spraying system are easily overlooked. However, you can impact your company’s bottom line through more precise spray control. Consider the following areas of concern:

Product and Process Quality:

  • Do variations in your spray process affect the quality of your product?
  • Do you need to control the flow rate for your spray application based on conveyor or line speed?
  • Do you need accurate control of intermittent spray?
  • Does your production require sprays that can change with
    • Product size, shape, weight or position
    • Line speed
    • Temperature
    • Humidity
    • Coating viscosity
  • Is uniform coating coverage critical to your product quality or are you concerned with cost of coating per product
Automated Spraying
System Monitoring:

  • Do you need to frequently monitor and inspect your spray application to ensure optimal performance?
  • Does your process or product quality suffer because you can’t easily detect plugged spray nozzles, variations in spray patterns or flow rates?
  • Is your spray system enclosed, so that you cannot visually inspect its operation easily?
  • Would you like a monitoring system to notify the operators of faults?
  • Do you need to automatically shut your spray system down under certain operating conditions?
Automated Spraying
Safety and Maintenance:

  • Would you like to reduce liquid overspray and chemical consumption?
  • Does mist or liquid overspray create a hazardous environment?
  • Would you like to reduce the maintenance costs associated with your spray application?
  • Would you like to automate a cleaning cycle for your spray application to eliminate labor time?
  • If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you can benefit from spray system automation.

Automated Spraying
AutoJet Technologies, a division of Spraying Systems Co., was created to engineer entire systems that optimize spray performance in order to improve product quality and reduce production costs can help. AutoJet automated systems and spray controllers ensure that all system components – spray nozzles, pumps, sensors and other hydraulic and pneumatic components – work together to ensure optimal spray performance.

Typical applications include:

  • Zoned cooling
  • Lubricating systems
  • Marking systems
  • Coating applications
  • Gas cooling and conditioning
  • Dust control
  • Tank cleaning
Automated Spraying