In basic terms, Electrostatic Spray Painting involves the paint and the metal object becoming oppositely charged.
When expelled from the spray gun, the paint is attracted towards the metal by a powerful electrostatic force, resulting in a "wrap" effect around the metal object.
Electrostatic painting is often used to provide a factory finish on intricate metal work, balustrades, railings and fences with palings. It is a faster, more cost effective method rather than sending these items away offsite for powder coating.
The electrostatic gun is a very complex piece of equipment and requires high-maintenance to ensure optimum performance.
Please note that electrostatic applied paint will not adhere 'better' nor provide any additional benefits other than those outlined above.
We will evaluate your protective coating needs and recommend the correct application method.
Contact us today to discuss your onsite spray painting requirements.
Steve Taylor - Owner
0478 566 310
Sydney and surrounding suburbs