Spray Painter (Airless)

Spray Painter (Airless)
Introduction
Airless sprayer improves painting in two ways: First, on the off chance that you need to accelerate work that requires a few gallons of paint, you can apply it twice as quick as with a roller or brush. Furthermore, second, in the event that you need a glass-smooth completion on woodwork or entryways, the airless sprayer can lay the paint on immaculately. An airless sprayer works by pumping paint at a high weight, up to 3,000 psi, through a hose and out a minor opening in the shower weapon tip. The tip is intended to separate the paint uniformly into a fan-formed splash example of little beads. Utilizing diverse tips, you can splash slight fluids like stain, enamel and varnish or thicker fluids like latex house paint. With a little practice, you can utilize an airless sprayer to apply a splendidly smooth completion on entryways, cupboards and woodwork. Also, since an airless sprayer pumps paint specifically from a can or 5-gallon pail, you can apply a considerable measure of material in a brief timeframe. This makes an airless sprayer especially appropriate for expansive paint occupations, such as preparing exposed drywall in another house or painting a 300-ft.- long security wall.

General Information
Course Industry:
Spray Painter (Airless)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Hafeez, Mr. Ishtiaq
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses
Course Fee:
15000 PKR ($300)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to :
 

•               Prepare surfaces to be covered utilizing diverse procedures (rough                              impacting, high weight water washing or power wire brushing) to                                    evacuate oil,mud, earth and rust.

•               Analyze extractors, drying fans and warmers

•               Spray coatings, (for example, paint, silver, veneer, finish or copper                                 arrangements) onto fabricated things or items rendering completed                              surfaces

•               Move things to drying territories and empty and heap them for                                       further painting or bundling

•               Rub down painted items between coats

•               Operate paint plunging showers and transport hardware

•               Touch up blemished zones of painted things Clean holders, spouts                                  and hoses of machines. 

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:  Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                     One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                   Six (06) hour daily              (65%)
 

COURSE CONTENTS

Health and Safety

  •           Apply safe employment rehearses
  •           Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHIMS)
  •           UNFPA Diamonds, Product Labels and MSDS
  •           Apply natural guidelines and best practices in a work environment or business
  •           Apply and break down ecological directions in industry

Plan and organize the job

  •          Read the job specification.
  •          Complete the work schedule supplied by your instructor.
  •          Measure the job and calculate quantities of materials.

Prepare surfaces, materials and the work area

  •          Cover adjacent surfaces with drop sheets.
  •          Use tape and a masking machine to mask the perimeter of the surface to be
              sprayed.
  •          Test the viscosity of the paint and adjust if necessary.

Colour

  •          Colour theory
  •          Colour mixing

Set up and test the spray equipment

  •          Select a position to set up the spray unit.
  •          Connect the spray unit to the power supply.
  •          Flush the unit with water/solvent.
  •          Prime the spray unit with paint.
  •          Select and install filters.
  •          Select and install spray tip.
  •          Set spray pressure.
  •          Test spray pattern and adjust pressure as necessary.

Wood and Metal Finishing

  •          Finishing theory
  •          Finishing procedures

Decorative Finishes

  •          Decorative finishes theory
  •          Decorative finishes
  •          Procedures

Specialty Finishes

  •          Specialty finishes theory
  •          Specialty finishes applications
  •          Color selection/designing
  •          Advanced wood finishing theory
  •          Advanced wood finishing processes

Closed down, clean and store gear and materials

  •          Flush the shower unit with water or dissolvable.
  •          Clean channels and tips.
  •          Prime and include pump saver (if the unit is a cylinder pump)
  •          Clean all shower/spray parts.
  •          Store all hardware and materials