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10/13/2017

Electrostatic Painting System Offers High Transfer Efficiency

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Combining the GM5000 electrostatic gun and the AirCoat air-assisted airless sprayer, Titan’s GM5000 Electrostatic System is designed to deliver a consistent finish, reduce material usage and increase productivity.

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Combining the GM5000 electrostatic gun and the AirCoat air-assisted airless sprayer, Titan’s GM5000 Electrostatic System is designed to deliver a consistent finish, reduce material usage and increase productivity. The gun uses electrical charges to adhere paint to surfaces, providing higher transfer efficiency than conventional air or air-assisted spraying, and resulting in less material usage and less overspray, the company says. It also offers ergonomic comfort for operators and has easy-to-adjust controls for atomization and pattern shape. Titan says the GM5000 also meets stringent safety standards and is safe to use with Class II solvent materials. Key features include automatic voltage shutdown when not in use, high-voltage on/off control at the gun and automatic error indication.

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