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Powder System Has First-Pass Transfer Efficiencies

Application system features 4th-generation pulse power technology.

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Parker Ionics' Parker Proficy is the 4th generation of its pulse power corona charging technology. The company says the Parker Proficy system features gun-mounted control of powder output as well as full-line purge control. It is also said that it comes in a durable, lightweight (450g), ergonomically designed package. The Proficy is designed with automatic gun configuration to provide a high first-pass transfer efficiency to optimize the powder coating process and lower operating costs.

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