Gema’s OptiFlex2 manual powder spray system is designed to spray virtually any powder effectively and consistently on virtually any part in virtually any environment, the company says.
The system has a 100,000-v integrated, cascade power supply that charges a variety of powders, including metallic, polyester and enamel. It is suitable for use on a variety of part shapes, offering 20 custom and three pre-programmed settings for versatility in a variety of applications. The system delivers functionality and performance whether operating in heat or cold, or in dry or humid conditions, the company says.
The system’s PowerClean feature uses blasts of air to clean the entire powder path from the pump to the gun tip. The powder pump is designed to use the most effective angle to consistently deliver powder, resulting in optimized air consumption and less powder waste, the company says. The powder coating gun nozzle works in concert with the pump to deliver powder with first-pass transfer efficiency, accuracy and repeatability.
The system is available as a fluidizer unit, a box unit and a stirrer unit, and in three lab versions.
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