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ERI Electro-static Process

Electrostatic Painting is an ideal way to paint and refinish metal surfaces. In the electrostatic process an electrical charge is applied to the paint and is then dispersed through a special paint gun onto a grounded metal object. Using a non-bake-on liquid process, the paint is magnetically attracted to the metal surface being painted creating a durable finish without runs and drips. Electrostatic coatings are in most cases equivalent or superior to the original factory finish. This process provides a more durable coating than most conventional liquid paints and is more resistant to chipping, scratching and fading.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When can work be done?
A: Whenever is most convenient for you. If you are in an active environment such as a school or office building, we can also work evenings and weekends to minimize disruptions.

Q: Will the new finish be durable?
A: Yes. Our technicians sand and clean all surfaces to be painted, prime any bare metal areas, and use specially formulated Epoxy, Enamel and Urethane products. The result is superior or equal to the original finish.

Q: Is there a warranty?
A: Yes. All materials and workmanship are warranted for one year.

Q: How do you keep paint from traveling to the surrounding area?
A: With the electrostatic process, the paint is magnetically attracted to the metal surface being painted. There are no paint particles in the air and therefore no overspray. Most conventional coatings are applied in expensive paint booths and can have up to 65% of the paint lost in overspray. Electrostatic coatings can be applied on site with the paint wrapping around to coat difficult parts with almost 98% transfer of the paint to the part.*
*Source: Access Coatings Solutions

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