Metal fixtures like railings, cabinets and lockers tend to last a very long time. While the integrity will remain, foregoing proper maintenance on these types of fixings can allow age to really show, resulting in an unkept, unappealing look. Allow us here at Alpine Painting to use our close to four decades in the industry to make your metal equipment and furniture look as good as it performs.
One of the most precise, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly methods of painting metal equipment and furniture is electrostatic painting. By positively charging the paint particles coming from the sprayer and negatively charging the grounded metal fixture, the paint is magnetically attracted to the surface, quite literally flying right onto it. When sprayed against one side of a metal railing, for example, the paint will actually wrap itself around the entire surface, coating all around the rail smoothly and uniformly, even after spraying only one side. This method is a favorite of manufacturing equipment painters and machinery & equipment painting contractors like Alpine, and for good reason. The attraction that the paint has to the surface means less paint will be spilled and wasted, benefitting the client and contractor in a number of ways. Less paint used means more savings for the client, and is also better for the environment. This magnetic attraction also ensures that the paint will not spill onto other surfaces, allowing for a faster completion time due to the lack of clean up. The fact that the paint will find its way into tough to reach corners and crevices also shaves down project completion time.
Not all commercial painters in NJ & NY are electrostatic painting contractors, but here at Alpine we are intimately familiar with the process. If you are looking for an industrial spray painting job to be completed, such as locker spray painting or office file cabinet electrostatic spray painting, allow us to use our experience and expertise to cut your completion time and cost. While plant shutdown work is possible, there is really no need. With Alpine, big jobs such as factory machinery & equipment or metal stairwells can be taken care of on night, weekends or holiday work schedules, so your business can stay open during its normal hours. For smaller jobs, such as metal doors, frames or furniture, your business can stay open and work while we do! With electrostatic painting, the risk of overspray is almost nonexistent, allowing your business to function in full swing even as a job is being competed in the next (or same) room! If you have any metal fixtures or furniture that you’d like to bring back to a fresh, factory finish, call Alpine today, and we can be deciding on colors at your earliest convenience.