Metal is prepped by lightly sanding existing paint to prepare surface to receive new paint. Metal will be wiped down and cleaned prior to paint application. If required, metal will be primed. Surrounding areas and parts not to be painted are masked off.
The metal to be painted receives a negative charge, while the paint has a positive charge. Paint is applied with a rotating bell shaped paint gun for complete coverage.
What can be electrostatically painted?
Metal bathroom partitions
Metal doors, door frame, and window frames
Railings, fences and gates
Advantages to electrostatic painting
More complete paint coverage
Greatly reduced overspray
Can be done for 1/4 to 1/2 price of new replacement cost