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9/30/2014

Corona Charging Technology Improves Corner Penetration

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Parker Ionics has incorporated its Pulse Power II corona charging technology into the GX8500 series of powder coating hand guns.

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Parker Ionics has incorporated its Pulse Power II corona charging technology into the GX8500 series of powder coating hand guns. The second-generation Pulse Power technology eases powder application in difficult Faraday cage areas across a variety of applications. The technology provides constant gun current even if the distance between the gun and part varies.  The result improves corner penetration as well as recoating or base/topcoat combinations and provides smoother coating films and uniform film thickness. 

The GX8500 series offers a range of nozzles and accessories to meet the demands of difficult applications. 

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