Products Finishing

NOV 2013

Products Finishing magazine is the No. 1 industrial finishing publication in the world. We keep our readers informed about the latest news and trends in plating, painting, powder coating, anodizing, electrocoating, parts cleaning, and pretreatment.

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SHOWC ASE PAINT & POWDER APPLICATIONS Edited by El McKenzie Redesigned Finishing System Reduces Material Waste Electrostatic Powder Applicator Ofers High Transfer Eficiency Exel North America's Kremlin Rexson brand has redesigned its 10-14 fnishing system and introduced the EOS 10-C18 Airmix, which includes an Airmix pump and Xcite Airmix spray gun. The compact system is designed for quick color changes and reduced material waste. It also features slow movement during pump priming at low air pressure of 0.6 bar for increased pump control, constant and pulse-free delivery for improved fnish, and easy fushing. Suited for small to medium shops that spray less than 13 gal (50 L) per day, the EOS 10-C18 Airmix can handle one- and two-component solvents, water-based materials, varnishes, lacquers, polyurethanes and stains. Kremlin Rexson by Exel North America Inc. / 800-573-5554 / The Sames InoBell electrostatic sprayer from Exel North America is designed to apply powder paint on a variety of surfaces, ofering high frst-pass transfer eficiency, improved uniformity and high fnish quality. It can be installed on a robotic or reciprocating system for a variety of applications. Sames by Exel North America Inc. / 800-573-5554 / Dual-Head HVLP Gun Combines Spray Capabilities Turbo Spray Midwest's #9000 dual-head spray gun combines a regular HVLP gun to spray wide areas of parts by robot with a programmable, fan-width HVLP gun with an extension for spraying hard-to-reach areas. The company also manufactures low-pressure guns, custom-application guns, extension air caps and robotic spray machines to spray a variety of liquid coatings. Turbo Spray / 517-548-9096 / 34 NOVEMBER 2013 — Manual Spray Guns Handle Virtually Any Material The egonomically designed Pilot Premium manual spray gun from Walther Pilot features stainless steel wetted parts for spraying water-based and aggressive media, oversized material passages to prevent buildup or clogging, and a galvanized cast aluminum body for sturdiness and durability. Standard, HVLP, HVLP Plus, adhesive and abrasive-resistant models are available for spraying virtually any type of material. According to the company, the HVLP Plus technology delivers material savings along with improved atomization characteristics over standard HVLP models. In addition, independent testing has found increased transfer eficiencies compared with the industry standard for HVLP, the company says. Walther Pilot North America, LLC / 877-925-8437 /

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