Architectural Metal Painting

What is it?

Architectural Metal Painting using high volume, low pressure (HVLP) painting is an efficient paint process that can be applied on-site or in-shop. The process is similar to conventional spraying; however the spray gun itself requires a low pressure (LP).  A higher volume (HV) of air is used to propel the paint at lower air pressure.  The result is a higher percentage of paint reaching the target surface with condensed over spray, materials consumption, and air contamination.

What can New Finishes do for you?

We can provide on-site & in-shop painting for fast production and high transfer efficiency allowing the use of paints and products not compatible with electrostatic equipment.

With experts in the field of HVLP painting, we are able to paint your job using a broad choice of products. A wide selection of standard colors is available.  Custom colors (including metallics) can also be matched with a wide range of glosses.