Roll sheets that are galvanized are painted with single or double sides. The purpose of the painted sheeting process is to make the product look more aesthetic and strengthen its protection against external factors.
What Is Painted Sheet?
It is the process of painting roll sheets subjected to cold or hot rolling and galvanizing process with chemical dyes. The painted sheeting process is carried out on galvanized material.
How to Paint?
The roll sheet surface is cleaned before starting the painting process. After cleaning, the drying process is proceeded.
The bath where the surface cleaning is carried out is kept at a temperature of 60 degrees. The temperature is raised to 80 degrees as the roll passes through this pool. The water and temperature that flows continuously in the bathroom ensures that the surface of the rolling, which is moving in the bathroom, is cleaned.
Roll sheet drying is carried out in private rooms with a temperature of 120-140 degrees. In these rooms, sheet metal material is subjected to 5 or 6 bar steam pressure.
After the drying process is completed, the painting process is proceeded.
There are private rooms for painting. In these rooms, painting is carried out by spray method. Optionally, a single surface or both surfaces can be painted.
Paints with static properties adhere to and integrate on the surface of the metal. First, the primer painting process is carried out. Then the coat and at the last, second coat of paint are discarded. Thus, the painting process is completed.
After painting, the painted sheet is left to dry.
What Are The Features Of Painted Sheets?
The painted roll is resistant to external conditions. It has a permanent color option. They can be produced in the form of painted trapeze sheet or just roll sheet metal.
Sheet thickness can vary between 0.30 and 1 millimeter. They are produced up to a width of up to 1500 millimeters. Some painted sheet product has zinc coating feature. The coating thickness of products produced with zinc coating varies from 100 to 350 grams.
The weight of the dyed sheet stack is at least 500 kilograms, and at most 25 thousand kilograms.
Production can be provided in any color.
In Which Areas Is It Used?
It is most commonly used in the construction industry. Apart from the construction sector, it is also used in the following areas:
- Durable consumer goods,
- White goods production,
- Electronics industry,
- Isıtma sistemleri,
- Lighting and electrical systems,
- Agriculture and livestock farming.
Advantages Of Usıng Painted Sheets
It is highly resistant to external weather conditions. This is why it is preferred in the construction sector and in the sector where durable consumer goods are located.
It is resistant to impacts. It has a different color option. Colors are permanent. It is also resistant to moisture and wind effects, especially sun rays. It provides a decorative appearance. That is why they are preferred in roof and façade cladding. So it's both solid and decorative. It has recycling feature. That's why it's an environmentally friendly product. They are produced in national and international quality standards. That's why they're so reliable.
They can be processed easily. Therefore, it provides the customer with the opportunity to choose the product of his choice. It occupies very little space in construction site and warehouse areas. It is quite easy to store and maintain and economical. They are produced at low costs. They allow for quick assembly.
Painted Sheet Types
They are produced in various forms such as rolls, sheets, trapezoids, corrugated, embossed, roller and tape. At the same time, these forms are also called painted sheet models.