Electrostatic Paint Process and Capacity
Electrostatic Paint Process
Electrostatic powder painting allows the application of paint on metal parts using an electric current. Reliable, efficient and without any drying, this technique is often used to evenly cover complex metal parts.
With a wide range of colours and textures, as well as a corrosion, shock and weather-resistant finish, electrostatic painting is currently a preferred technique on welding or assembly sites, as well as for the processing of metals into foil.
According to LEED environmental requirements, this type of paint does not require any solvent.
The process is most innovative:
- Pretreatment of the surface according to the characteristics of the metal to be covered;
- Application of the paint using a robot to uniformly cover the materials;
- Packing and shipping parts according to customer specification.
Parts Production and Shipping
Rely on our electrostatic powder to treat parts up to 24 feet in length on our sturdy conveyor, suitable for parts weighing up to 800 pounds. Our expertise, including in square tube, round pole and commercial pipe coating, allows for impeccable results.
At Dicard Painting, production is supported and facilitated by our 187,500 square-foot site, where unloading docks ensure fast reception and dispatch of closed-bed and platform trucks.
Fast and efficient delivery, at competitive prices. This is what Dicard Painting offers, with an interesting selection of trucks serving the vast majority of Quebec and Ontario cities, not to mention closed-canvas trailers up to 53 feet.
Your needs are outside these areas? We also have very advantageous agreements with transport subcontractors, to offer you an unmatched customer experience.
Lines of Business
Through the years, Dicard Painting has been able to develop unmatched expertise in the architecture, industrial and construction fields. Our steel and aluminum surface coating skills allow us to achieve professional results.