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Workshop based Joinery Spraying

(CITB Funded/ City & Guilds Assured)

This two day course will give a clear understanding of all aspects of Joinery spraying inside the workshop environment.

Students will work on a selection of samples that will be created alongside a carpentry item to identify all the skills needed to achieve the best resuslts with the equipment, product, masking and techniques.

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This is a 2 Day Course

Course Cost - £675.00 plus vat

Arrive at 9:00am for a 9:30am start and we aim to finish around 5:00pm

Workshop based Joinery Spraying

This is a stand alone course that requires no pre requisite course to be completed before hand.

You will cover all the main concepts such as:

You will cover all the main concepts such as:

What machines and accessories will we use?

Understanding compressor set ups and pros & cons.

Understanding the difference between HVLP/LVLP guns and different needle sets.

Understanding airless spray machine set up and the pros & cons.

Understanding airless assisted machine set ups including airless with compressor to create DIY airless assisted along with accessories needed.

Understanding different tip options and sizes including filtration and filter options.

Will we talk about products?

We will run through lots about products from water based to PU/AC. 

Talk about the pros & cons of each product option.

Talk about paints & lacquers

Talk about flame retardant coatings.

Understand correct ratios – mixing incl additives that can be added to products.

Although all products will be discussed during the course, not all product types will be sprayed during the course due to health & safety.

What else we will cover?

Understanding the legal requirements for spraying products within a workshop/spray shop environment.

Understanding the different face masks & filters.

Safe operation of setting up all machine types from airless to risks involved in using a compressor.

Understanding the differences between extraction and spray booths including filters.

Understanding the heating options for best results depending on your product choice.

This is just an example of what we will cover on the course, this list is not exhaustive and may be subject to change.

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Meet the Team

Ian Crump is the founder of PaintTech Training Academy
Ian Crump

Kent Academy trainer

Jack is one of the tutors at the Exeter Academy
Jack Frost

Exeter Academy trainer

Rhyanna Crump is our Creative marketing manager
Rhyanna Crump

Marketing Manager

Lyndsey is a director of PaintTech Training Academy
Lyndsey Crump

Kent Academy mental health trainer

This is a photo of Rhys McWilliams
Rhys McWilliams

PaintTech Academy trainer

Tracey Wilkinson is lead admin based at the Preston Academy in Lancashire.
Tracey Wilkinson

Preston Academy lead admin

Dermot O'Kelly is the tutor at the academy in Castlebar, Co May, Ireland
Dermot O'Kelly

Ireland Academy trainer

Pete Wilkinson is also known as Mr Fast & Flawless
Pete Wilkinson

Preston Academy trainer

Nathan Cumming is the tutor at the Academy in Glenrothes, Scotland
Nathan Cumming

Scotland Academy trainer

Liam is one of the tutors at the Exeter academy.
Liam Burns

Exeter Academy trainer

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