Electrostatic Painting – lockers and toilet partitions

Project Name:
Electrostatic Painting - lockers and toilet partitions

Type of Project:
Commercial property maintenance

Services provided:

Electrostatic painting of lockers and toilet partitions

Description of Project:

Our company was entrusted with the task of Electrostatic painting at a Dell commercial property, aimed at maintaining and revitalizing their lockers and toilet partitions. Electrostatic painting is a specialized process that involves applying paint in a manner that uses the principles of electrostatics. The paint is atomized with an electrostatic charge, and sprayed towards the metal to be painted, creating a uniform coverage and minimizing overspray.

At the start of the project, our professional team conducted a thorough assessment of the existing conditions of the lockers and toilet partitions. Following the assessment, we meticulously prepared the surfaces by cleaning and removing any existing paint or rust to ensure optimal adhesion of the new paint.

The electrostatic painting process involved applying an electrically charged, specialized paint to the lockers and partitions. Due to the electrostatic attraction, the paint adhered to the metal surfaces with precision, ensuring a smooth, durable finish. This process not only offers superior adhesion and uniformity but also reduces waste and environmental impact by minimizing overspray.

Our team’s expertise, combined with the effectiveness of the electrostatic painting process, quickly transformed the lockers and toilet partitions, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the commercial space. By choosing this method of painting, the Dell commercial property was able to maintain the longevity and visual appeal of their lockers and partitions, while minimizing downtime and disruption to their operations. This project showcases Arthur Cole Painting Corporation’s commitment to providing high-quality, efficient, and environmentally friendly painting solutions for commercial property maintenance.

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