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Electrostatic Painting VS Powder Coating

    The most common response I hear from people when I tell them about the electrostatic painting process, “Is this the same thing as powder coating?” The answer is no, my friend! There are some similarities in electrostatic painting and powder coating, but where powder coating has its weak spots electrostatic painting excels.

 

On-Site Electrostatic Painting
On-Site Electrostatic Painting
 

Hand rails after paint in The Plaza of The Americas
Hand rails after paint in The Plaza of The Americas

    Powder coating uses an electrical charge to attract the paint to the metal surface that is to be painted. This process is also used in electrostatic painting to create a strong bond between the metal surface and the paint. In order for the powder coat to cure the metal object must be placed in an oven to bake after it is painted, this is where electrostatic painting surpasses powder coating. Electrostatic paint does not need to be baked in order to cure. This allows our painters to come to you! Our paint will dry in a few hours over night allowing your company to have limited interruption in your regular business. There is no need for you to dismantle and transport the object to be painted; we provide fast on site service for our customers! Electrostatic painting provides an amazing finish that is durable and will last for years!

 

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