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SPAP SYSTEM

BODY FILLER

Body Filler
BODY FILLER

PRIMER

Primer
PRIMER

WATER BASE

Water Base
WATER BASE

CLEAR LACQUER

Clear Lacquer
CLEAR LACQUER

SPAP DRYTRON

SPAP drytron
SPAP DRYTRON
BODYFILLER
SPAP SYSTEM EXAMPLE OF A JOB OF 2 PANELS
CONVENTIONAL SYSTEM EXAMPLE OF A JOB OF 2 PANELS
spap 1 minute
1:00 minute
FIRST FILLER LAYER

The filler is applied to the surface to be repaired with a thin and compact initial layer.
The time required for applying the filler is about 01:00 minute.
conventional 4 minutes
4:00 minutes
INITIAL FILLER APPLICATION

Application of the filler to the sheet metal in a thickness greater than necessary.
The time required for applying the filler is about 4:00 minutes.
spap 2 minutes
2:00 minutes
FILLER FLASH/OFF

Drying is immediately performed by the robot upon completing the application of the filler, at a speed of approx. 80 linear cm per minute.
The time required for drying with the robot is about 02:00 minutes.
conventional 16 minutes
16:00 minutes
DRYING

Drying is performed at ambient temperature over the course of 30 to 40 minutes, or else by using an electric IR lamp. The time required for drying with an electric IR lamp is about 16:00 minutes (2 positioning, 8:00 minutes each one).
spap 2 minutes
2:00 minutes
FINAL FILLER LAYERS

The application of the filler is completed while the dried surface is still warm, without sanding.
The time required for applying the filler is about 02:00 minutes
conventional 30 minutes
30:00 minutes
FIRST SANDING STAGE

The first sanding operations do not provide for optimal surface results due to the porosity and the residual undulation of the surface itself. These are caused by the rough modelling of the high thickness application, which does not allow for precise work to be carried out. The time required for sanding is about 30:00 minutes.
spap 3 minutes
3:00 minutes
FINAL DRYING

Drying is immediately performed by the robot upon completing the final application of the filler, at a speed of approx. 60 linear cm per minute. The time required for drying is about 03:00 minutes.
conventional 2 minutes
2:00 minuti
FINAL FILLER APPLICATION

The second filler application stage involves the application of a thinner coat of filler in order to eliminate any porosity and undulation. The time required for applying the filler is about 2:00 minutes.
spap 20 minutes
20:00 minutes
FINAL SANDING

Sanding operations are simplified thanks to the excellent drying quality and the complete absence of porosity. The time required for sanding is about 20:00 minutes
conventional 16 minutes
16:00 minutes
DRYING

Drying is performed at ambient temperature over the course of 30 to 40 minutes, or else by using an electric IR lamp. The time required for drying with an electric IR lamp is about 16:00 minutes (2 positioning, 8:00 minutes each one).
conventional 16 minutes
16:00 minutes
FINAL SANDING

The time required for sanding is about 16:00 minutes
spap total 28 minutes
28:00 minutes
TOTAL TIME

The total time required for carrying out the entire filler application cycle on two panels is about 28:00 minutes.
conventional total 84 minutes
84:00 minutes
TOTAL TIME

The total time re quired for the entire filler repair cycle usin g the con ventional system is about 84:00 minutes.
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