What Is Electrostatic Spray Painting?

In basic terms, Electrostatic Spray Painting involves the paint and the metal workpiece being oppositely charged. When expelled from the spray gun, the paint is attracted towards the workpiece by a powerful electrostatic charge, resulting in a "wrap" effect around the metal object.

What Are The Benefits?

  • Unlike conventional methods, the paint is only drawn to the metal resulting in less overspray!
  • Shorterns preperation time - only requires minimal masking of surrounding objects
  • Cost effective – less masking and wasted product via overspray
  • Minimal disruption to your business – less overspray minimises smell and dust on surrounding areas (nearby parked cars etc.)
  • Environmentally friendly – it is the cleanest method of spray painting, as less chemicals are released into the surrounding environment