Electrostatic painting is a complex manufacturing process based on one rather simple idea: The idea that opposites attract.
By exploiting the chemical properties of dichotomously charged particles, electrostatic painting reverberates the perks of technological advancement. Since paint, whether in the form of powdered particles or atomized liquid, is initially projected towards a conductive surface, electrostatic charge is able to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of a coating's application. In turn, an intense undeniable attraction, between particles of a coating, and particles of a surface, help to reduce spill over, coating flaws, and inherent inefficiencies of the application process. This is why nearly all household appliances, office furniture pieces, metal placards, automobiles, and more, are electrostatically applied their final finish whenever produced within a factory setting.
The superior performance and unprecedented precision of electrostatically applied paint, consistently outperforms all other types of paint application methods. The resulting finish is aesthetically flawless, economically efficient, environmentally friendly, and above all; durable.