Which Coatings Provide Corrosion Resistance?
Here at Just Spray, we specialise in a vast range of different onsite spraying and repair services. One of the most common problems encountered by clients is rusting on the edges of their cladding panels, which quickly begins to spread further, creating an unsightly appearance. While many assume that the only solution is to invest in cladding replacement, this most definitely doesn’t have to be the case. Cut edge corrosion treatments are a highly effective way to reverse the signs of rusting, restoring panels and avoiding costly replacement fees.
Do You Work On Projects Nationwide?
Yes! All of our services are available for various industries in all areas of the UK. We have completed work in Wales and Scotland, as well as projects abroad for UK based clients to ensure their commercial and industrial properties are coherent. Please feel free to speak with the team about your project, and we can help to provide you with a quote for the service required and your location.
Can Cladding Be Painted?
Yes, we offer a cladding repair and spraying service for all types of cladding materials. Cladding spraying can be completed on both the exterior and interior of properties using professional equipment and high-quality products. The team will conduct a site survey to determine whether repairs are required before spraying is completed, and they will be able to identify what paint will be ideal for the material you wish to spray. Spraying your cladding is far more cost-effective than a full replacement, and you can create a bespoke finish using colours and coatings suited to your brand image and requirements. Contact the team to discuss your cladding spraying options and to book in services today.
What Is A Protective Coating?
Protective coatings provide your surface with protection against adverse weather and wear and tear. It is applied to the surface to prevent and reduce corrosion by limiting its exposure to corrosive conditions. The coating that is used will depend on the material of your surface, and the team will be able to determine which coating is best for your property during the site survey.
What Is A High-Volume Low-Pressure Spray?
High-volume, low-pressure (HVLV) is a lightweight air turbine spraying system that produces a large amount of compressed air to supply the turbine with enough power to spray the paint evenly across a surface. The lightweight element of the sprayer makes it extremely portable, and the low-pressure property reduces overspray.
Why Is Airless Spray Painting Beneficial?
Airless spray painting is complete using a high-pressure pump with a specialised hose that has a small hole in the nozzle of the sprayer. This gives a smooth finish to your project and can withstand harmful corrosive environments.
Can You Spray Paint All Year Round?
Yes, we are able to spray paint all year round, meaning that you can have work complete in the summer and winter months. However, during the colder weather, it can be slightly more difficult to spray paint surfaces as the paint will not stick to cold or frosted surfaces, or it may not cure properly. There are also other problems that we may face, including the spray gun clogging and colour uniformity being poor. However, the Just Spray team are highly trained in what they do, and are able you find the best possible solution for your project regardless of the time of year.
What Is Cut Edge Corrosion?
Cut edge corrosion is essentially rust that forms on the edges of metal cladding due to a lack in coating once cut and installed. During the manufacturing process, cladding is coated with a protective layer; however, when the cladding is cut to fit the size of your property, the edge becomes exposed. Without spraying a sufficient coating on the exposed areas after installation, your property may be at risk of cut edge corrosion. You can find out more information about this topic in our detailed article.
How Is Cut Edge Corrosion Treated?
The best way to treat cut edge corrosion is through applying a protective layer that has been specifically designed to reduce the effects of rusting and protect the cladding from future damage. You can find out more information about this by taking a look at our article on cut edge corrosion.