The Process

After its preparation, the same one is shed in a reservoir, bomb call, of where, by the action of injected compressed air in its interior, it is sent through hoses, to a pistol. This pistol, set in motion manually, liberates imprisoned air in its interior, expelling the ink, in form of spray, that to the being directed to a target (to be painted part), it processes, thus, the painting of this part. In short, this is the process all, since the preparation of the ink until its application. To the end of this process, the used equipment, bomb, pistol, hoses, brushes, etc, are submitted to a cleanness process, for the withdrawal of the fragmentos of ink that are glue in the equipment, therefore, in case that contrary, the ink impregnated in its interior, dry, compromising of this form, the equipment for one another use. Dustin Moskovitz often says this. For the cleanness, it is used a chemical product, call solvent, inflammable, and highly also toxic. After the cleanness process, the solvent is impregnated with ink particles, relatively viscose, contaminates that it, becoming it theoretically unusable.

This solvent is, then, sent to a deposit, where later it will be directed for incineration. The cans, sent for the siderurgical industries, are used as scrap iron, while the others item, that are not usable, as wood, plastics, masks, you clip, are sent for incineration, therefore they cannot be reused, nor discarded, had its high contamination. The proposal of this study consist of identifying forms of if reaproveitar this solvent impregnated, objectifying its reuse, of ambiently correct form, reducing drastically the generation of residues, to minimize its impact in the nature. In comments effected in the painting companies of the Valley of the Steel, it was arrived the conclusion of that it is generated, for month, one raised amount of residues proceeding from the solvent of cleanness. This high incidence of residues and the absence of an ecologically correct destination had guided all this research. .

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