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6/28/2004

Ionics Powder Guns

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According to the company, PulsePower™ provides a significant improvement in powder gun performance including a host of benefits including extreme Faraday Cage penetration.

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According to the company, PulsePower™ provides a significant improvement in powder gun performance including a host of benefits including extreme Faraday Cage penetration. The product cycles gun voltage on and off in nanoseconds. This causes the Faraday cage to momentarily collapse, allowing powder to deposit in the hard-to-coat areas. In addition, the gun makes possible significantly thinner films, smoother finishes, higher transfer efficiency and easy recoats.

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