We Start Where You Finish
This project was undertake for a wood Doors and Windows company.
Due to increased production and market share growth, the companies existing paint line was not able to cope with the demands placed on it.
We evaluated the system and the volume of product to pass through the line, there after we determined the changes required to deliver the customer the right solution with adequate future proofing.
By re-working the existing design, introducing a new conveyor with variable drive, newly extended oven with a series of emitters and a new air re-circulation system, the customer now has no longer got a potential bottleneck in the paint shop.
Planning ahead is always the best way to progress quickly, efficiently and smoothly. This being the case, we are planning the installation of a large paint facility with one of our customers that will incorporate several spray rooms, prep rooms and paint kitchen. This will be a show piece for one of our prestigious customers who is also in the wood industry. Pictures of this and its progression will be displayed when available.
One of our project involves a company in the South of England that produces digger buckets. They make many different sizes and shapes to suit the needs of their customers. Again, the paint/finishing side of the process was holding up production and needed to undergo radical changes. The introduction of a Manually powered conveyor, new booths and an Infrared Gas Powered Oven has made a world of difference for them. This has taken them a giant leap ahead in the amount of buckets they can now produce on a daily basis.
We all want beautiful doors and windows in our homes and offices, well, so does this wooden windows and doors producer. There aim is to give the end user the best of quality and finish with their doors and windows. Total Coating Systems was asked how their existing systems could be improved to not only meet with the high demands placed on it but also to give a quality finish every time with the added facility of being able to change colours at a moments notice. The system meant a series of pumps leading to specially designed selector valves and colour change valves, 2 spray stations, one for each side of the product, air knives on a lead in to the stacking oven and again on the exit. Re-configuration of an existing power and free conveyor and a lot of hours of hard graft for installation.