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Paint innovation contributes to the reduction of CO2 EMISSIONS, one of the goals for Toyota’s Environmental Challenge 2050.
Toyota has developed a new type of paint atomiser that uses static electricity instead of air, to replace the conventional air paint atomisers used in the vehicle body painting process.

The new airless painter, the first of its kind in the world, achieves over 95% coating efficiency (the amount of paint sprayed versus the amount that actually adheres to the vehicle body), the highest in the world, from conventional efficiency of around 60-70%.
By deploying the airless paint atomiser, it is expected that the Group can reduce its CO2 emissions by about 7%.


This high coating efficiency is achieved because the tip of the airless paint atomiser features a rotating cylindrical head that optimises the amount of paint sprayed. In addition, highly accurate current control makes close-range painting possible.