Using the new portray approach will lower the Toyota Group’s CO2 emissions by roughly seven %, no necessarily mean feat for 1 of the major car makers globally. Not like traditional air paint atomizers applying aerodynamic force – a approach that causes paint particles to ricochet off of the surface area it is applied to – Toyota’s new approach sees statically billed particles gravitating to the surface area (the car or truck human body). In this way, significantly less atomized particles are scattered, so wastage is dramatically minimized.
The diagram under exhibits the suggestion of the airless paint atomizer. Cylindrical in condition, the suggestion has 600 grooves and, upon rotation, the paint flows as a result of the grooves. Using static energy, the paint is atomized.