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Electrostatic powder coating

Electrostatic powder coating is based on the projection of paint in powder form using an electrostatic gun.

The principles of electrostatic powder coating

This process is based on the projection of paint using an electrostatic gun. The paint is in the form of a fine powder, positively or negatively charged by the capture of ions during its dispersion within the gun. The conductive part to be painted being grounded, the attracted powder temporarily adheres to the part. The piece is then placed in the oven, ensuring the melting and polymerization of the powder. Powder spray coating can offer many variations in appearance in terms of shades, textures and effects. The main advantage of these processes is the absence of solvent, thus offering economic, environmental and work safety benefits.

  • Deposited thicknesses from 80 to 300 µm
  • Application temperature: between 200 and 400°C depending on the coating

The benefits of electrostatic powder coating

  • Suitable for all types of parts in terms of shapes and sizes
  • Good control of powder deposition
  • Possibility of making partial coatings
  • Suitable for parts with thermal constraints

Possible features

Icône anti-adhérence


Icône résistance chimique

Chemical anti-corrosion

Icône potabilité


Icône frottement

Résistance à la friction

Icône esthétique


Icône résistance au feu

Fire resistance

Icône anti-corrosion atmosphérique

Atmospheric anti-corrosion

Icône anti-abrasion

Abrasion resistance

Icône réparation