Paint Pail volume comparison and pressure Paint Pail structure

- Dec 12, 2018-

A Paint Pail, which can be said to be a container for holding and storing paint, and from the current point of view, the product is widely used, especially in renovation works. Therefore, you need to have a comprehensive understanding and in-depth understanding, so that you know what it is and how to use it correctly and properly, so that the product can be used well and can be fully utilized to avoid waste.


1. In the purchase of Paint Pails, should important considerations be taken into account?

In the purchase of Paint Pails, it can be said that important considerations must be taken into account, and among these considerations, the product origin, parameters, real-time quotes and price quotes, product quality and manufacturer must be considered. One can't be missed. In addition, if necessary, consider the product use environment and use requirements.


2.5L and 18L Paint Pails, are they the same in volume?

5L and 18L Paint Pails, it is obvious that they have different volumes. However, the calculation of the volume can be the same, because it is used to hold and store the paint barrel, so this conclusion will be reached. In the calculation of the volume of the Paint Pail, if there is paint in the Paint Pail, it can be calculated according to the coated area of the paint or the amount of paint used.


3. How do the Paint Pails be handled correctly when all the paint in the Paint Pail is used up? Also, what is a pressure Paint Pail?

When all the paint in the Paint Pail is used up, the Paint Pail is recycled by the manufacturer or sent to the recycling station for recycling, instead of being thrown away directly to avoid polluting the environment.


Pressure Paint Pail, which is a specific type of Paint Pail, is obtained by improving the ordinary Paint Pail. This type of Paint Pail includes components such as a base, a paint opening, a sliding sealing piston, a pneumatic sensing device, an electrical connection device, a solenoid valve, a gas pump, and a barrel shell. The barrel shell is connected through the bayonet and the base, and the seal is separated between the two, the upper end of the barrel shell is provided with a paint opening, and a sliding sealing piston is arranged inside the barrel shell. In addition, three components of the air pressure sensing device, the electrical connection device and the electromagnetic valve are electrically connected in series on the base. The base of the Paint Pail is connected to the external chestnut through the