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February 3, 2015

Electrostatic Spray Guns: What Are the Benefits?


Electrostatic spraying is a term used for a distinct type of coating application equipment in which an electric charge is applied to liquid paint and sprayed onto grounded objects. When sprayed, the paint particles can actually change direction in midair (even up to 180 degrees) as they are attracted to the surface of the grounded object. This results in extremely high transfer efficiencies with little to no overspray, saving you a lot of paint. Additional benefits to electrostatic spraying include lower costs, environmental improvements – lower VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions, a reduced amount of overspray cleanup, and an overall faster production process.

C.H. Reed can help your facility stand out above the rest with Graco’s state-of-the-art Pro XP Electrostatic Spray Guns. The Pro XP features smart control technologies that analyze your spray gun performance, can adapt to your voltage needs, troubleshoots to eliminate guesswork, and has a digital, diagnostic display screen designed for quick and easy cartridge change. Built-in dependability, increased productivity, and profit maximizations are just a few key advantages you can expect when you partner with C.H. Reed.

Contact us today to learn more about enhancing your facility’s electrostatic finishing system.

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