Can-Am Engineered Products Inc.

30850 Industrial Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150 US


As Seen In Products Finishing

A “Bizarre” Approach: Using Moisture to Cure CARC Coatings
When veteran inventors Mike Bunnell and Daryl Bruischat put their minds together to build a better mousetrap for the drying and curing of waterborne CARC paints, they both hoped to come up with a system that might change the industry somewhat.

Atmospheric Control for Paint Curing
Can-Am says its Atmosphere Control Solutions can create virtually any temperature and/or humidity condition inside a paint booth or drying tunnel.


Turbine-Powered Liquid Spray Application
Can-Am’s turbine-powered liquid spray application system has a variety of spray guns that work very well at pressure ranges of 0.5–8.75 psi and cfm outputs of 9–28, according to the company.

Can-Am Engineered Products Inc.
Can-Am’s turbine-powered liquid spray application system can work with a variety of spray guns at pressure ranges of 0.5–8.75 psi and outputs of 9–28 cfm.

vehicle is painted while the other is being masked

How to Maximize CARC Spraying Efficiency
Fleet Image uses a combination of finishing technologies

Spray Guns for Liquid Paint
Featuring air atomize, HVLP, Airless, Air Assisted Airless, electrostatic spray gun and more…

HVLP Spray Gun
Off-Station Fan Controlled Automatic H.V.L.P.

Automatic Liquid Coating Spray Gun
The #2200 Automatic Liquid coating spray application HVLP gun’s atomization air is supplied by Turbo-Coatair® Turbine and its fan air is supplied by a conventional air compressor thus allowing for the use of an analog system or off-station manual fan size control.   


EMI Shielding with Turbine Power
EMI shielding can be a very expensive process. While using paints with metallic flakes is relatively inexpensive when compared to other shielding processes, the paints still cost about $200/gal. Therefore, Cybershield of Georgia, Inc. began using turbine-powered HVLP spray guns to dramatically reduce its costs and provide a better finish...

Testing Report on Turbine-Powered Spray Guns
United Defense FSE REPORTProject Engineer: Tom BraswellDate: 03 November 2000Objective: Beta testing of high-performance HVLP on York production line Background As a result of a technical literature search, the Can-Am HVLP (compressor-less) spray system was investigated as a possible solution to the cessation of the recycling thermal oxidizer on site at York.The system showed the most promise based on the supporting documentation in the form of research projects performed by the Hughes Aircraft Co. and the California South Coast Air Quality Management District.

Product Categories of Can-Am Engineered Products Inc.

Air Blow-Off Devices, Air Knives
Air Make-Up Systems
Controls, fluid pressure
Ovens, high-velocity
Painting Equipment
Painting Equipment, high-volume/low-pressure air atomize