Electrostatic Painting in Arkansas
Where does American Office Services offer electrostatic painting in Arkansas?
American Office Services offers electrostatic painting all across the state of Arkansas in major cities such as: Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff, Bentonville, and all surrounding suburbs as a part of their nationwide repair service.
How does electrostatic painting work?
Electrostatic paint works with two components: 1) the paint sprayer, and 2) the paint surface. The paint sprayer has a small electrode at the tip, which creates high voltage electricity. The paint becomes negatively charged as the paint particles travel through the corona of electricity at the tip of the sprayer. The surface that is being painted is grounded and has a positively charged surface, which causes a magnetic attraction to the negatively charged paint.
What are the benefits to electrostatic painting?
Using electrostatic painting provides an extremely durable and uniform coating on the entire surface. In addition, electrostatic painting uses between 25% and 50% less paint, which saves money and is better for the environment. Electrostatic painting leaves little to no overspray meaning there is very little cleanup required at the end of the job.
What types of surfaces does American Office Services use electrostatic paint applications?
American Office Services travels throughout the entire state of Arkansas with an experienced crew to apply electrostatic paint to just about any metal surface found in Arkansas auditoriums, business offices, schools and Universities, and medical offices. Using the electrostatic painting technique, American Office Services specializes in electrostatic painting in Arkansas on surfaces such as lockers, metal furniture, filing cabinets, lab equipment, aluminum window frames, auditorium seating metal frames and much more.