If it’s pumped, mixed, metered, applied, or cured, Carlisle Fluid Technologies has you covered with liquid application and process equipment. We offer a complete line of pressure tanks, pneumatic and electric pumps as well as plural component metering equipment to provide your coating materials to the point of application. Once the material is ready to be applied, we offer a full range of manual, automatic and robot mounted applicators that utilize airless, air and rotary atomization with or without electrostatics to provide optimal finish quality and application efficiency. Once the material is applied, we offer a full line of curing technology to finish the job. Contact Carlisle Fluid Technologies to provide a complete finishing solution.
In 1883: Dr. Allen DeVilbiss invents the first atomizer for healthcare applications which evolves into a spray gun that revolutionizes how paint is applied.
Today: DV1 Basecoat and Clearcoat applicators are considered best-in-class for providing optimal appearance and overall finish quality while maintaining high transfer efficiency.
1890: Joseph Binks, a maintenance worker at department store, wants to increase productivity and pioneers the first cold-water spraying machine.
Today: Electric and pneumatic pump technology over a wide range of pressures and configurations can be designed to optimize coating supply needs with improved color change capabilities and reduced solvent usage.
1936: Harold Ransburg, working in his father’s factory begins experimenting with charged paint, and develops the electrostatic application process.
Today: High speed electrostatic rotary atomizers designed for robotic or machine mounted applications provide optimal efficiency reducing paint usage 40 – 60% over non-electrostatic applications.
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