Entries by Airpower

Air Power’s Brand Launch Party

  In celebration of our new branding launch, Air Power hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony presented by the Business High Point Chamber of Commerce. We’d like to Thank everyone who attended, physically and virtually! Check out our Brand New Website! https://www.airpower-usa.com/LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/airp…Twitter – https://twitter.com/Air_Power_IncFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AirPowerUSA/

Gema Gun Tips & Extensions

  In this video, Air Power’s Powder Specialist Matt Mouzon explains and displays several gun tips and easy part changes for the Gema Optiflex powder gun. In addition to the gun tips, also featured are 2 different sizes of gun extensions for the Gema Optiflex powder guns, which allow for a longer reach for hard […]

Gema Manual Powder Guns

Want to learn more about Powder Coating? Well look no further! Air Power is the largest Gema Distributor in the Southeast Region and we’re here to help YOU find success in Powder Coating! This video introduces you to the Gema OptiFlex 2 series of Manual Powder Application Equipment. Three Gema manual powder coating application units […]

QX Drives Quality

In partnership with the customer, Air Power implemented an Ingersoll Rand QX Precision Fastening System. This hand held, battery operated, solution provided a much more accurate final torque, while providing the operators with tightening status feedback, actual torque values, and 1,200 rundowns of tightening data for manual upload and review.

Gema OptiStar Operation

  In this video Air Power’s Powder Specialist Matt Mouzon shows you the ease of operating the Gema OptiStar controller on a Gema Optiflex 2B box feeder. Gema offers simplicity with 3 application presets which automatically control KV and current (µA – microamps) that take all the difficulty out of powder coating. Remember Gema makes […]

Goodbye to Manual Mixing

This company has one booth for top coating and would manually mix the black and yellow paints. It took well over
an hour to change out the colors. Parts being fabricated were staged all over the plant waiting to be painted. Due to backlog and space contingencies, some items were forced to be stored outside. Rainy days would slow down the process even more.