Many objects are permanently or temporarily exposed to the elements. Sun, wind, rain and snow, heat and cold, and moisture can affect the surfaces. A protective coating makes surfaces not only more robust but also ensures you can enjoy them for a longer period of time. In a test carried out by WAGNER, several common types of wood were partly covered using a customary brush of average quality and partly with a paint spray gun; they were then exposed to the weather.
After a short period of time, the brush-coated wood displayed a complete dissolution of the coating material. The coating that was applied using a paint spray gun was, on the other hand, clearly more resistant to the weather.
Coloured lacquer on pine wood
Compared to applying with a brush, the spraying technique demonstrated a completely sealed layer of paint after the first coat.
Confirmed by iLF (Forschungs-und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH)