INDASA Enters Spray Painting Market With Mixing System

INDASA has launched the INDASA Mixing System (IMS), marking the company’s entry into the spray-painting segment. Designed with efficiency in mind, INDASA says the IMS optimises material flow and ensures consistent paint transfer without affecting colour or coverage.

Unlike traditional mixing systems, the IMS has two parts – a cup and a lid with a built-in filter.

According to INDASA, whether purchasing externally or mixing paint on-site, set-up is quicker and easier. The system has no liners, so paint can be mixed directly into the cup and securely sealed by a flat lid. This means from point of purchase, paint can be delivered in the cup, eliminating the need for additional containers or packaging. Once the flat lid has been removed, after a simple quarter turn of the threaded mixing lid, technicians are ready to start the application process.

The flat lids also provide neat and stackable storage after use, protecting remaining material and encouraging a cleaner working environment, making it safer and more efficient for the operator. The system also offers a designated area to label the paint code, allowing easy identification.

“The simple two component system not only speeds up paint mixing and set-up times but also eliminates the potential for assembly problems, said Humberto Placido, Group Technical Manager at INDASA. “By adding IMS to our product basket, we’re continuing to push boundaries on how INDASA can improve efficiency and productivity in the body shop. We’ve developed two filter options, 125 µm coloured blue and 190 µm clear, in four different mixing cup sizes. It’s the perfect solution for all applications, whether that’s for a spot repair or large-scale refinishing.”

The IMS is available with the aforementioned two filter options, in four cup sizes of 200, 400, 600 and 800 millilitres, and with a wide range of adaptors.

Andrew Tindall, Group Commercial Director at INDASA, said the launch of IMS aligns perfectly with the company’s Process 2 Profit programme strategy. “It reinforces how the INDASA brand is developing its range of performance-related products for the professional body shop operation. It’s a testament to our commitment to deliver know-how and market solutions to maximise customer value,” added Tindall.