Has anyone used a cartridge places in an air line? It claims to reduce dust on a finished product. When the air line is used to blow off the piece before spraying, elements in the cartridge charge the air, making it electrically conductive. In turn this charged air pulls the static electricity from the panel preventing dust to be attracted.
From contributor H:
I haven't used this product. I recommend a product to some of my customers for use on their products to remove static buildup and repel dust. In the panel industry, it is common to use a station ionization bar that will blow ionized air on their products. This will create a positive electron flow that will "charge" the panel to help repel dust, etc.
I believe it can help with finishing in that this will remove a static charge from a panel. This can help prior to spraying to prevent that attraction of dust to the panel. If you have a dusty shop and a problem of dust on your panel prior to spraying, no matter how much you clean the panel with an air gun you will need an ionization system.
Naphtha (petroleum), hydro-treated heavy
Terpenes and terpenoids, sweet orange-oil
The only thing that looked at all worrisome was the sweet orange-oil. I have no idea what the terpenes and terpenoids are either. I spray mainly CV so adhesion and contamination is a big issue with me. Have you used Endust with these products with success?