Spray-Tech
Batch Systems

Spray Tech designs and fabricates custom batch finishing systems for lower volume production requirements. System options include manual, semi-automatic or full indexing. Spray Tech provides batch ovens, pretreatment washers, and conveyors. We include field installation and start up for a complete turnkey system.

Batch systems handle lower production requirements and unique products. Using overhead conveyor options increase production over standard batch carts. Manually conveyorized batch lines reduce labor hours and cost less to operate.

Batch Washer Exterior from Spray-Tech 2

500 Degree Batch Ovens
Customized

Spray Tech builds custom batch ovens with the same industry expertise as our continuous ovens. Ovens are custom designed for specific applications. Part size and production volumes dictate oven and system configuration. Ovens are equipped with air heat burners and standard PID controllers for precise temperature control. Supply and return duct work and adjustable nozzles ensure excellent heat temperature uniformity and heating rates.

Spray Tech ovens are constructed for low maintenance and long service life. Ovens are configured in a variety of sizes to suit customer process requirements. Features include: 

Batch Cycle Washers
Customized

Spray Tech batch cycle washers are designed to simulate full production automated washers. Products are advanced into an enclosed housing and then processed through multiple chemical and rinse stages to prepare the substrate material. Chemical and rinse tanks are included so that chemical and water rinses may be recirculated to conserve chemical and water use. Through a system PLC, the washer automatically cycles through these multiple stages while giving the product a full coverage pretreatment. Cycle washers reduce manual labor and provide a consistent, repeatable pre-treatment performance.

Batch washers are shipped in large, assembled sections for faster field installation.

Batch Cycle Washer Features:

Batch Washer Exterior Spray-Tech

Spray Tech batch cycle washers are designed to simulate full production automated washers. Products are advanced into an enclosed housing and then processed through multiple chemical and rinse stages to prepare the substrate material. Chemical and rinse tanks are included so that chemical and water rinses may be recirculated to conserve chemical and water use. Through a system PLC, the washer automatically cycles through these multiple stages while giving the product a full coverage pretreatment. Cycle washers reduce manual labor and provide a consistent, repeatable pre-treatment performance.

Batch washers are shipped in large, assembled sections for faster field installation.


Batch Cycle Washer Features:

Spray Tech batch cycle washers are designed to simulate full production automated washers. Products are advanced into an enclosed housing and then processed through multiple chemical and rinse stages to prepare the substrate material. Chemical and rinse tanks are included so that chemical and water rinses may be recirculated to conserve chemical and water use. Through a system PLC, the washer automatically cycles through these multiple stages while giving the product a full coverage pretreatment. Cycle washers reduce manual labor and provide a consistent, repeatable pre-treatment performance.

Batch washers are shipped in large, assembled sections for faster field installation.

Batch Cycle Washer Features:

Batch Manual
Washers

Manual spray booths are used as an entry level pre-treatment option for batch liquid and powder coating operations. A manual booth may also be used by larger production shops for parts too big for the main wash line or for special assemblies. For this type of washer, the chemical feed may be recirculated through the main washer for a consistent and reliable pre-treatment.

Spray-Tech manual washers include a wash booth and lighting, a heated wand, and a grated floor. The booth is designed so that operators are free to walk around parts as they spray. The discharge can be set up to go straight to sewer, or the washer floor may be designed to collect and treat effluent for sludge and pH adjustment before draining.

Batch Manual Wash
Features

Batch Systems Products from Spray-Tech
Batch Systems Conveyor Ovens

Batch System
Conveyor Ovens

Spray Tech provides layout options to help optimize product workflow. Powered and non-powered enclosed track or I-beam conveyors are used to transport products throughout the batch system from pre-treatment through unloading. Transporting parts on overhead conveyors reduces labor significantly over conventional batch carts.

Conveyors are designed to move parts efficiently. In addition, conveyor queues are used for cooling, loading, unloading and masking. Once the product or rack of parts goes on line in the load area, it doesn’t come off again until unload. Our customers have found that automating their batch finishing process has increased production by as much as 50% over the use of batch carts.

Spray Tech provides layout options to help optimize product workflow. Powered and non-powered enclosed track or I-beam conveyors are used to transport products throughout the batch system from pre-treatment through unloading. Transporting parts on overhead conveyors reduces labor significantly over conventional batch carts.

Conveyors are designed to move parts efficiently. In addition, conveyor queues are used for cooling, loading, unloading and masking. Once the product or rack of parts goes on line in the load area, it doesn’t come off again until unload. Our customers have found that automating their batch finishing process has increased production by as much as 50% over the use of batch carts.

Batch Systems Conveyor Ovens

Conveyor
Features

Installation, Start-Up,
& Support

The Spray Tech Finishing Systems Group handles all the project management and coordination for batch systems from engineering through start up. Once the project is underway, Spray Tech engineers design the system for customer approval. All major batch system components are designed and manufactured in the Spray Tech facility. This single-source responsibility assures a smooth and successful project launch.

Once the equipment is installed, a Spray Tech start-up engineer makes an on-site visit to debug and start up the equipment. In addition to start up, Spray Tech technicians also make on-going visits for service and system checks through our Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) program

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