Operate lacquer spray gun


Operate a semi-automatic or handheld spray gun designed to provide the surface of a workpiece with a hard, durable finishing coat, safely and according to regulations.

Alternative labels

paint sprayer working
utilise lacquer spray gun
use lacquer spray gun
use paint sprayer
lacquer spray gun working
run paint sprayer
run lacquer spray gun
utilise paint sprayer

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Operate lacquer spray gun is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Lacquer spray gun operator: Lacquer spray gun operators operate lacquer spray guns designed to provide otherwise finished metal, wooden or plastic workpieces with a hard, durable finishing coat, through lacquer coating or paint that is either matte, sheen or highly glossy, but is always meant for hard surfaces.

Optional skill

Operate lacquer spray gun is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Metal furniture machine operator: Metal furniture machine operators use machines and power tools to cut, shape and join metal pieces in order to produce metal furniture ranging from office furnishings to outdoors fittings. They use different types of metal such as aluminium, iron and stainless steel, and different types of processes such as metal forming and casting. They polish, apply protective layers and, in some cases, decorative finishes to the metal pieces. They assemble and join the elements to obtain the final product.
Plastic furniture machine operator: Plastic furniture machine operators tend plastic processing machines that produce pieces such as plastic chairs and tables. They inspect each resulting product, detect abnormalities and remove inadequate pieces. In some cases, they may assemble different plastic parts to obtain the final product.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022