In the aviation and aerospace industries, one of the biggest issues faced by professionals is improper paint application.
When applied correctly and proficiently, paints can enhance several notable characteristics of a product, including its surface integrity, resistance to chemicals, and aesthetic valve.
To ensure ideal paint application for their products, many prime aerospace companies such as Honeywell, Boeing, and Rockwell Collins choose spray paint suppliers that are Nadcap accredited.
This is not a personal preference, but an industry requirement. Only Nadcap certified spray paint suppliers comply with the industry’s most stringent standards. Prime Products is one such paint supplier; we have recently attained Nadcap accreditation.
Nadcap is integral for establishing the highest levels of quality assurance throughout special aviation and aerospace processes, including spray painting. At Prime Products, one of our team’s core competencies is spray painting, so the Nadcap approach helped refine those skills.
Prime was accredited for Nadcap’s AC7108/1 Revision B standard, which pertains to painting and dry film coatings. With this accreditation, we are capable of applying a wide range of paints in accordance with several military specifications, including:
- MIL–PRF–85285 (supersedes MIL–C–85285)
- And More
To learn more about other notable specifications, please obtain a copy of our latest resource titled Mil-Specs and Paint Application Specs Met by Prime Products. This free-to-download guide details all the paint specifications we can now meet thanks to our Nadcap certification. The guide consists of two separate tables for the individual specs, which lists both definitions and the specifying company.