This course describes how electrostatic spray filling equipment works using the electrical charges and the static force of a static field to enhance the efficiency of electrostatic spray coating finishing. Following this segment on electrostatic spray filling equipment you will be well equipped to: Understand the electrostatic charges that are part of electrostatic spray equipment. Understand how these charges operate as part of electrostatic spray filling equipment operations. Understand how electrostatic charge systems can be controlled to enhance the performance of electrostatic spray filling equipment.
This training provides you with information regarding the electrostatic spray equipment components which are used in electrostatic spray equipment systems. The course includes an introduction to electrostatic systems, powder coating systems, electrostatic systems, and primer coating. You will also learn the relationship between electrostatic systems and powder coating systems. These training courses include an in-depth look at electrostatic spray systems, electrostatic coating systems, and powder coatings. In addition to the training you receive in this Electrostatic Spray Equipment Training segment you also receive information regarding the properties of various types of materials and protective coatings.
Part one of the training in this Electrostatic Coating Equipment Training segment teaches you about electrostatic spray equipment basics. This will include an explanation of electrostatic discharge, the difference between direct and alternating current, electrostatic charge and electrostatic discharge, and how electrostatic systems work. Throughout this first part of the course you also learn the difference between normal and alternating current as applied to coating materials. You also learn about the characteristics of different types of materials. Finally you learn the characteristics of voltage and amperage that is required for electrostatic spray equipment to perform its function.
Part two of this training segment focuses on a specific application, which is a very important part of electrostatic systems and coating materials. You learn how to safely use this equipment and how to protect yourself when using it. It begins with a discussion of electrostatic discharge, then the physical properties of the electrostatic system, and then the application of electrostatic systems. At this point you also learn about the application of electrostatic finishing systems for the different types of coating materials.
Part three focuses on electrostatic protection. This part focuses on protecting the electrostatic charged object from damage. The first thing you learn in this section is how to protect against electrostatic attraction and how to reduce or eliminate electrostatic attraction. The second part of this segment focuses on the protection of charged objects. The third topic includes protecting coated objects and electrostatic charge elimination. After discussing these topics you learn how to protect against the discharge of charged particles, which will include the use of electrostatic discharges or exclusion sprays.
Part four is about coatings. This segment explains about water-borne coatings and their protective characteristics. It goes on to discuss about corrosion, which is caused by exposure to saltwater, and how to prevent and control corrosion. It also goes into explaining about non-flammable coatings and their properties. This part focuses on coating materials that can resist corrosion.
Part five takes us back to electrostatic spray application training. In this segment you learn about application equipment for electrical power transfer. You also get introduced to electrostatic discharge machining and its applications. The fifth topic includes non-flammable coating materials and their applications. It then shifts focus to electrochemical control of stiff systems.
Electrostatic spray units are used in many industries. It is an essential piece of equipment in certain industries where the electric field may be very strong. For example, it may be necessary to use a fastening bolt in situations where an expensive tool or heavy object may be placed in a system that is highly charged. Electrostatic charge prevention equipment is also used in situations where the objects being charged are extremely heavy. Lastly, electrostatic charge finishing equipment helps electrostatic charge buildup on metal surfaces.