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Fostoria Portable Banks Boost Product Curing, Drying

Portable banks conform to the products moving through the line and feature a small equipment footprint.

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Fostoria Process Equipment Division’s electric, infrared portable banks are designed to easily and quickly boost, gel or complete cure powder coatings, as well as perform water dry off prior to coating applications.The company says the banks can be quickly set up and stored; conform to the products moving through the line; are fast and reliable IR heating; and feature a small equipment footprint.

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