Electrostatic Coatings

Electrostatic painting is a painting technique that involves applying an electrically charged paint to a metal surface. The paint is attracted to the surface and creates a uniform and durable finish that adheres tightly to the metal. Electrostatic painting offers numerous benefits for painting contractors and their clients, including a superior finish that resists chipping, peeling, and fading over time. This technique also reduces overspray and waste, making it an eco-friendly option. Additionally, electrostatic painting allows for faster and more efficient painting, as it eliminates the need for multiple coats and provides a seamless finish.

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University College, U of T

Feature staircase.

Electrostatic application for high performance waterborne epoxy coating system.

Dundas Kipling Centre, Etobicoke

Exterior window mullions.

Electrostatic application of aliphatic urethane coating system.

Manulife, North York

Interior window mullions.

Spray finishing of interior mullions in an iso-free metallic finish.

St Joseph Elementary School, Acton

Exterior window mullions.

Electrostatic application of aliphatic urethane coating system.

Scotia Bank, Toronto

Steel office staircase.

Electrostatic application of waterborne epoxy.

Metal coating on condo building

100 University, Toronto

Steel canopy.

Electrostatic application of epoxy primer and metallic automotive urethane.

Round House, Toronto

Steel guardrail.

Electrostatic application of aliphatic urethane coating system.