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10/10/2013

Gema Manual Powder Coating System Cuts Color Change-over Time

Originally titled 'Manual Powder Coating System Cuts Color Change-over Time'
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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.

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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. Designed to clean the entire powder path and the exterior of the suction tube, the OptiFlex2 Q can complete a color change in 35 sec., the company says. The system also can handle virtually any type of powder and an unlimited number of colors.

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