Electrostatic painting equipment allows the paint to "wrap" around the product being sprayed.
Electrostatic "wrap" is achieved by charging the paint with a static charge. Once charged, the paint being sprayed will be attracted to the nearest grounded object, and will disperse evenly over the entire surface.
This reduces overspray, thus saving paint. On smaller pipes, tubes, etc. the painter does not have to spray the back side of the objects because the charged paint has "wrapped" completely around, saving time and material. To achieve all this, the Lemmer electrostatic uses a special multi-channel swirl nozzle. It creates a slow spiral fog which allows time for the paint to "wrap".
Note: Due to the fine "fog" atomization, any air movement (wind or large fans) during spraying will have a negative affect on the "wrap". Also, optional flat spray nozzles are available for large surfaces.