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Wet Paint

Wet painting is a general term used to cover a multitude of paint finishes, it is a method of protecting and improving the visual appearance of components, structures and fabrications. Materials that are treated by a wet paint process include steel, aluminum, and iron, along with plastics, woods, composites and ceramics. Utilizing enamel, two-part epoxy paints and polyurethane or multicomponent finishes. South west metal finish can wet paint using Gravity and Suction feed guns, also pressure feed tanks for high volume work, and Air Brushing for fine detail work.

Wet Paint Capabilities

  • Dry Film Lubricants
  • Eggshell Finish
  • Gloss Finish
  • Matt Finish
  • Satin Finish
  • Soft coats
  • Suede Finish
  • Xylan Coating
  • Lacquers
  • Selective surface masking and multiple finishes per part

Example Spcifications

  • Customer Specific
  • Defence Standards (Def-Stan)

Typical Wet Paint

  • Aerospace: provides aesthetics and protection, generally used after an anodising process
  • Nylon Paint on rip cord handles
  • Epoxy coating of radar housings
  • Polyester coating of engine mountings
They are the most cost effective and have a quality finish
I recently dealt with your Paint division who have renovated the railings from my house. I am extremely pleased with the finish considering what they initially had to work with. Noel Pascoe - Retail Customer
Good company, would certainly recommend you.
I would recommend South West, I have no issues.
I would like to thank you and your team in the quick turn around on our urgent Spacers this week