How to Static Paint Accessories?

How to Static Paint Accessories?

As Regnum, we use the static painting method to ensure the highest quality in our furniture legs and accessories. In addition to giving an aesthetic appearance, static painting also increases the durability of our products. In this article, we would like to share with you how static painting is done and the advantages of this process.

1. Preparation and Cleaning

Surface Preparation: Before the static painting process starts, the surface of the accessories is carefully prepared. At this stage, foreign substances such as dirt, oil or rust are removed from the surface of the accessories. A clean and smooth surface ensures that the paint adheres properly to the surface.

Sanding: After the cleaning process, sanding is applied to make the surface smooth. This process removes small defects on the surface and ensures better adhesion of the paint.

2. Primer Application

Priming Primer is applied to the cleaned and sanded surface. Primer provides better adhesion of the paint to the surface and increases the durability of the paint. Primer application helps the paint to distribute homogeneously on the surface.

3. Static Paint Application

Electrostatic Loading: Electrostatic loading, the basic stage of the static painting process, ensures that the paint adheres to the surface. Powder paint is charged with electrostatic charge and sprayed onto the surface of the accessories. The electrostatic charge ensures that the paint is evenly and homogeneously distributed over the surface.

Spraying: Powder coating is applied to the surface of the accessories with special spray guns. During the spraying process, the paint particles adhere to the surface thanks to the electrostatic charge and form a thick coating on the surface.

4. Baking and Curing

Baking After the paint has been applied, the accessories are subjected to a baking process. During baking, the paint particles melt and adhere to the surface. This process increases the adhesion and durability of the paint to the surface.

Curing: After the baking process is complete, the accessories are cooled and cured. The curing process allows the paint to harden and form a durable coating. This stage ensures the longevity of the paint on the surface.

5. Quality Control and Finishing

Inspection and Testing: After the painting process is completed, the accessories undergo various quality control tests. These tests are carried out to check the durability, adhesion strength and aesthetic quality of the paint.

Final Control: After passing all the tests, the accessories undergo a final visual inspection. Any defects or errors are checked and corrections are made if necessary.

As Regnum, with the static paint technology we use in furniture accessories, we both give our products an aesthetic appearance and increase their durability. You can visit our website to get more information about our products and contact us to use them in your projects.

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