ELECTROSTATIC PAINTING IN BOSTON MA
Cost-Effective Electrostatic Painting Refinishing Services
Porcelain Patch & Glaze provides on-site or off-site factory refinishing for virtually all metal surfaces, with results that look and perform like new. Proudly servicing Boston Massachusetts and the Greater Boston areas.
What is electrostatic Painting?
Electrostatic Painting, also known as Electrostatic Refinishing, is a type of painting that uses static electricity to create a pattern to refinish existing metal surfaces.
Electrostatic Refinishing is a method of spraying an environmentally compliant Low VOC Coating onto a metal surface. There is no overspray, and the process complies with all applicable environmental regulations and regulations.
A Cost-Effective Solutionfor Businesses and Homeowners
Save as much as 90% of replacement cost by utilizing Electrostatic Painting
What Kinds OF ITEMS CAN BE REFINISHED using Electrostatic Painting?
Using the Electrostatic Painting technique, items that can be refinished include, but are not limited to:
- filing cabinets
- laboratory cabinets and laboratory furniture
- elevator doors and frames
- bathroom partitions
- manufacturing equipment
- safety railings
- aluminum storefronts
- metal stairs
- heater covers
- metal furniture
What types of businesses should use
Electrostatic Painting and Refinishing?
To name a few, the electrostatic method is well suited for refinishing items and equipment for:
country clubs. hospitals. banks. health spas. gymnasiums. warehouses. laboratories.
On-Site or Off-Site Refinishing Services
By utilizing cutting-edge technology, we are able to complete the refinishing process either on-site at the customer’s location, in a staging warehouse, or at our Watertown, Massachusetts, facility.
Equipment Refinished within Days
Porcelain Patch & Glaze can refinish and return these pieces to service in days with no overspray, no brush marks, and no roller marks.
DURABLE COATING THAT LASTS
Powder coating is another term used to describe electrostatic painting. Dry powder is fed into a spray gun, which fires the powder out with a high voltage charge. The charged powder particles are attracted to the metal and plastic surface areas, where they are melted and fused together to form a smooth coating in the curing oven.