For the simple, quick and effective application of primer, stains and paints on to timber components
For the simple, quick and effective application of primer, stains and paints on to timber components. For companies who manufacture outdoor products such as garden furniture, log cabins, sheds, summerhouses, gazebo's, children's play equipment etc, there is generally a requirement at some stage of the manufacturing process to apply a protective primer, stain or decorative paint to either the individual components or the finished structure.
For many this is a time consuming, messy job using a dip tank, manual application by brush or spray gun. These methods of application usually result in an uneven coating of the liquid protection and high levels of waste. To help alleviate these problems specialist manufacturer Sarmax have a range of machines dedicated for this task.
The popular Apache series have a working capacity from 40 x 200mm up to 900 x 300mm meaning even large oak beams can be accommodated. The general method of operation is that the piece is fed in to the machine by driven rollers, with the liquid protection sprayed on in the first compartment. Then thanks to a combination of air blowers and brushing units the liquid is evenly spread on either 2 faces or all 4 faces depending on the model specified.
The excess liquid that has been removed as a result of this process drains through a filter, back in to the tank and is re-used. For cleaning the brushing units are removed in a matter of seconds, while the optional Teflon coating means the internal compartments are easily cleaned with water. To change from one colour stain to another only takes 5 to 10 minutes.
Max workpiece width 30cmMax workpiece thickness 5cmMin workpiece length 80cmPneumatic auto spraying pumpBrush dia 16cm3 off brushes - 1 bottom and 2 topVariable feeding speed through inverter 10-60 m/minMotorised roller dia 80mm - 3 offBlowing units for tongue / groove board cleaning - 1 x left / 1 x right
Max workpiece width 30cmMax workpiece thickness 15cmMin workpiece length 80cmPneumatic auto spraying pumpBrush dia 16cm5 off brushes - 2 top, 1 bottom, 1 left, 1 rightVariable feeding speed through inverter 10-60 m/minMotorised roller dia 80mm - 2 off
Max workpiece width 30cmMax workpiece thickness 32cmMin workpiece length 100cmPneumatic auto spraying pumpBrush dia 16cm5 off brushes - 2 top, 2 bottom, 1 left, 1 rightVariable feeding speed through inverter 10-60 m/minMotorised roller dia 80mm - 4 off
Sarmax Q Base Timber Protection Coating Machine
Burkle DBM 1400 Panel Cleaning Brush - 1998 CE
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Motherwell Timber Company
Ian Firth Hardware
Guy and the Team at JJ Smith have been a key partner for Westbridge over the last 6 years advising on equipment and being the first to bring new products to the UK market has helped us stay ahead of the field.
Managing Director, Westbridge Furniture
I have used JJ Smith over the last 20 years for supply of a few new wood working machines and numerous secondhand machines. John Stanley and the team at Smiths have always been extremely knowledgeable and professional in what they supply, so I have always come back.
Managing Director, Wood Components Limited - Lithuania
JJ Smith is a company we can always count on for providing the most suited and extremely reliable second hand machines. I wanted to express my extreme gratitude to John Stanley and the team at JJ Smith for their extraordinary service over these past 30 years.
Director, Permata Door
From the initial enquiry, equipment demonstration, purchase and subsequent installation JJ Smith have been helpful, insightful and extremely personable to deal with. Whatever the size of your investment in woodworking equipment we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the team At JJ Smith.
Owner, Talley Saw Mill
Great service from the start, actually listened to what we wanted and came up with a solution that works!
Wish we had bought something 12 months earlier!
Operations Manager, Ian Firth Hardware
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