Painting systems for metal surfaces
Most metal surfaces other than stainless steel must be prepared and painted.
This operation is necessary because these surfaces, in their normal use, are subject to oxidation or chemical aggression that, over time, would compromise their mechanical or aesthetic characteristics.
CMV therefore pays particular attention to the design and production of this type of plant, in the knowledge that the final result of the painting depends not only on the aesthetic value of the building but, also on the safety of the structure on which it is installed.
Particular attention to the characteristics of corrosion resistance is, for example, provided in liquid painting plants that process materials for the aeronautical industry, as each individual piece contributes significantly to the safety of the aircraft itself, or for example in the painting systems to powders for pieces of large works such as support structures for stations, stadiums, etc.
From this point of view it is clear that industrial painting does not take the sole function of aesthetic value but contributes significantly to the safety of the structures and, consequently, to the safety of personnel, and is therefore aware of its responsibility that CMV produces and installs its painting systems for metal surfaces.
CMV is therefore able to respond "responsibly" to the needs of its customers by covering the entire range of painting systems for metal surfaces, ranging from powder coating systems, to both liquid and solvent-based painting systems, to systems pre-treatment and painting by immersion, up to the production of cataphoresis and anaphoresis painting systems.
CMV offers preliminary advice to direct and suggest its Customers in the choice of the plant that best meets their needs, evaluating the best solutions according to industrial logistics, flows, the type of production and flexibility, with the objective of provide an ad hoc system with "turn-key solution".