The basic law of electricity states: opposites attract. This is the basis of electrostatic painting. The item to be painted is given a negative charge, and the paint is given a positive charge. The paint is then atomized through a special round revolving nozzle.
The object actually attracts the paint; the paint is not sprayed on, instead it is plated on. The paint can actually be pulled around corners, making sure you have a smooth even coat. More importantly, there is no overspray. Conventional spray guns may leave a fog or mist of paint, but this is not so with electrostatic painting. It is remarkably neat and clean.
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