Electrostatic Archive

How Does Electrostatic Spraying Work? The main crux of electrostatic spray painting involves the concepts of charge and electric fields. We are all familiar with these phenomena as most will have witnessed plastic wrap attaching itself to surfaces or...
Spray Painting Metal Fire Exit Doors Fire exit doors are a legal requirement in commercial buildings and though primarily functional, if they are not coated properly the metal they are made of can deteriorate. Spray painting metal fire exit...
Industrial Door Spray Painting
Industrial Door Spray Painting There are an enormous number of commercial buildings in the UK including warehouses, factories, retail outlets and other industrial units. Every single one of these premises will have at least one industrial door and after...
Painting Hotel Balconies Hotels are often built to benefit from picturesque views such as the sea, but this means hotel exteriors are exposed to the elements and will, therefore deteriorate over time through weathering. Balconies on front and rear...
Supermarket Refrigeration Chiller Painting On site supermarket refrigeration chiller painting is often favoured over replacing chillers or refrigeration units in stores because chiller restoration is much cheaper than buying new, but the result is just as good. A professional...
Painting Revolving Doors Revolving doors were first patented in Germany in 1881 by H. Bockhacker and were touted as the door without a draft of air. These elegant entrances are often installed in prestigious buildings such as hotels or...
Painting Powder Coated Aluminium
Painting over Powder Coated Aluminium Powder coating became commercially viable in the 1960’s as an alternative to liquid coatings which were considered environmentally damaging. Nowadays, various aluminium items are powder coated in huge numbers and many of these are...
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