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10/30/2017

Entry-Level Automatic Spray Coating System on Display

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At Fabtech 2017, The U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries of Germany’s Venjakob, Nutro Inc. and Venjakob North America, will demonstrate the Ven Spray Mini, an entry-level automatic spray coating system, as well as a coating solution consisting of a spray robot and a chain-on-edge conveyor system.

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The U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries of Germany’sVenjakob Maschinenbau GmbH Co. KG, Nutro Inc. and Venjakob North America, will demonstrate the Ven Spray Mini, an entry-level automatic spray coating system, as well as a coating solution consisting of a spray robot and a chain-on-edge conveyor system.

The companies also will be introducing a new system that combines the advantages of a dry separation system (low purchase and operating costs, and no unpleasant odors due to breakdown products) and the benefits of a water-backed system (clean booth and constant exhaust air capacity). This new design is said to be ideal for high and low paint throughput, and produce high-quality finishes.

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