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10/2/2012

Inline Sieve Powder Delivery System Cuts Gun Surging

Originally titled 'Powder Delivery System Cuts Gun Surging'
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The Inline Sieve powder delivery system supplies screened and conditioned powder from a fluidizing hopper or box feeder in a high-density powder-to-air ratio with low velocity.

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The Inline Sieve powder delivery system supplies screened and conditioned powder from a fluidizing hopper or box feeder in a high-density powder-to-air ratio with low velocity. It is designed to reduce gun surging and wear in pump and spray gun parts; enhance chargeability; improve transfer efficiency; and sustain coating uniformity. The system can work with existing equipment. 

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