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Elesa ESD components – attractive to the spraying and powder coating industry

29 April 2020

The Elesa ESD (electro-static discharge) range of standard components is especially attractive to the spraying and powder coating industry, by virtue of their lack of electrostatic build-up.

ESD components from Elesa are attractive to the spraying and powder coating industry.

This ensures that they remain free of powder accumulation.
Since its inception in the 1960s, electro-static powder coating has become the pre-eminent and widely prefaced industrial coating system for the vast majority of protective situations. Elesa’s high-performing ESD bridge handles, fluted grip knobs and levelling feet all provide an electro-static discharge function, ensuring they can be readily used for extended periods in an environment where dust/powder is present by definition, and could easily lead to equipment becoming unusable. ESD components simply side-step the problem, certifying extended use.
Not only does Elesa manufacture its ESD range, but it also makes its own tooling and moulds, and have a continuous materials testing program with major suppliers. This ensures it is able to maintain the highest quality standards from concept to production and onward, through its own global stock/supply chain, supported by experienced in-country technical sales teams.
High-performing lines like these ESD products support specialist industries with online, telephone and personal onsite contact where needed.
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