Coating Aluminum Window Frames With Electrostatic Paint
We've written on Electrostatic Painting before, but we're returning to the subject to zero in on one coating project that might be of immediate use for many commercial and industrial businesses projects. And that is the electrostatic painting of aluminum windows.
Electrostatic paint works by giving the paint a positive charge and the surface a negative charge. This draws paint particles to the surface, reducing overspray and using less paint, which is cost-effective for customers, especially in the commercial or industrial business sectors.
Some large industrial and commercial businesses likely have a great many aluminum windows, so electrostatic paint is a great option to tackle them in bulk.
For industrial and commercial projects, this type of paint technology can also be used for handrails, factory equipment, vents, toilet partitions, lockers, and or any other metal surfaces that need a fresh coat of paint. Condos might as well have aluminum frames keeping large windows in place. It's a great aesthetic effect, and electrostatic painting can help keep these frames looking great.
If you want to discuss this type of painting for your aluminum windows or other metal surfaces, get a hold of us. We're happy to talk about how Electrostatic Painting can be put to work for your home or business.
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