The Glass Coating Process

The process:  The electrostatic disc system process involves producing microfine coating particles, which are “precipitated” and attracted onto the surface of the glass using electrostatic voltages. The charge on the coating particles is dissipated through the glass leaving the neutral particles on the surface of the glass.

The system offers many advantages including ...

Double the efficiency of conventional spray application.

Flexibility to handle very complex shapes, colours and textures.

Very fine particles, giving a very even coating
and high quality finish.

Process is multi layering. 8 – 12 layers or coats per container.

Accurate control of film thickness.

Minimum wastage and efficient material usage.

Very low material unit costs.

Fully enclosed system gives a clean working environment.

Process capable of handling high volume production.


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Chapel Street, Netherton, Dudley, West Midlands DY2 9PN, United Kingdom

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