Industrial painting

Paints and, more generally, coating substances have always been used for various purposes, including aesthetic finishing, improvement of the external surface, and protection from external agents.

The main characteristic of the industrialization process related to painting and coating processes is the refinement of methods used to disperse coloring pigments in vehicles consisting both of actual paints and non-volatile drying oils, variably processed. The paint industry has evolved in the field of applied chemistry with the inclusion of synthetic resins, cellulosic esters, plasticizers, and synthetic solvents in the production cycle.

Problem:

Painting processes are characterized by numerous treatment steps, including degreasing, phosphating, passivation, pre-washing, and rinsing.

Considerable amounts of wastewater are derived from painting processes, both from the processing itself and from the washing of painting equipment.

Solution:

The evaporator finds its main applications in this area: it allows for the treatment of waters from painting booths with water-based paints, washing/rinsing waters, and sometimes even exhausted baths.

Advantages:

→ Water recovery
→ Minimization of waste to be disposed of
→ Creation of a closed circuit where the distillate is reused in the process tanks
→ Cost reduction

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