Gema’s new MultiStar automatic gun control offers simplicity and flexibility by concurrently managing up to 12 automatic guns using one central interface.
Company says Hoffman brings a customer perspective to Gema, having over 10 years of operational and managerial powder coating experience.
He has over 23 years of experience in the powder coating industry.
This spray unit is based on Smart Inline Technologies.
The pump is designed to transport large amounts of powder over long distances.
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The daylong educational event focused on the company’s powder spray technology.
Educational event outlined the many aspects of how Gema products precisely and efficiently “Control the Cloud.”
Gema offers its OptiCenter quick and dust-free powder management system.
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System is suited for laboratory or quality control environments which only spray a few grams of a wide variety of chemistries and colors.
Merritt is the general manager for Gema USA Inc., a division of Graco Inc.
Gema’s OptiFlex 2 CF funnel powder coating unit is engineered for lab use, coating small quantities and size samples.
Gema says the semi-automated color-change feature of its OptiFlex2 Q manual powder coating system can reduce color change-over time by as much as 80 percent over other “box-fed” systems.
Gema will demonstrate it OptiFlex2 Q quick-color-change manual powder coating gun, an extended version of its OptiFlex2 B that has been enhanced with additional features for even faster color changes.
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Gema’s OptiFlex2 manual powder coating system is designed to spray virtually any powder effectively and consistently, coating even the most complex geometries in the most challenging environments, the company says.
Gema’s OptiFlex 2 manual powder coating gun is designed to spray virtually any powder effectively and consistently, and to coat even complex geometries in the most challenging environments.
The Federal Trade Commission will require Graco to sell the worldwide liquid finishing business of Illinois Tool Works and ITW Finishing under a proposed order as part of a settlement. It will resolve charges that its $650 million acquisition of several ITW businesses would have been anticompetitive and led to higher prices and reduced innovation for the North American manufacturers who rely on this equipment.
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4141 W 54th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46254 US