High-Tech Paint System

  The newest high-tech paint system from the company uses the Allen-Bradley GuardLogix integrated safety controller to enhance operator safety, speed system installation and reduce engineering costs.

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  The newest high-tech paint system from the company uses the Allen-Bradley GuardLogix integrated safety controller to enhance operator safety, speed system installation and reduce engineering costs. Featuring an improved, modular design, the EcoRP E32 robotic paint system is said to be   capable of producing high-quality painting with maximum flexibility for a wide range of automotive applications.

With its compact, modular design, enhanced paint accuracy and integrated safety features, it is great for older paint shops needing to retrofit their equipment.

 

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