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Improving Your Electrostatic Process

Improving Your Electrostatic Liquid or Powder Coating Process

 

In this video, Air Power Specialist Travis Stirewalt and Account Manager Eddie Rhodes, share tips about improving your electrostatic process. Learn how to improve your electrostatic process with expert advice for powder coaters and liquid painters. Discuss best practices that help you put more powder or paint on your parts and less in your filters or the paint booth floor. What does this mean for you? Higher transfer efficiency and less paint (money) wasted by increasing your first pass transfer efficiency. Video from the Air Power, Inc. Chattanooga Branch.

Ransburg Turbo Disk Rotary Atomizer

 

Ransburg Turbo Disk Rotary Atomizer

 

While visiting the Carlisle facilities, our team got to see a live demonstration of the Ransburg Turbo Disk Rotary Atomizer. The Turbo Disk is a high-speed applicator with superior atomization capabilities to handle even the most difficult coatings. We’d like to Thank Carlisle Fluid Technologies for having us!

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Carlisle Product Training

Carlisle Fluid Technologies Product Training

 

Air Power took a trip to the Carlisle Fluid Technology facility to get the full Carlisle Product Training experience. Carlisle offers an array of industrial spray finishing solutions. Our team spent the day learning about all their products, usage and maintenance tips to help our customers keep their equipment in good condition. Thanks to Carlisle for having our team in to visit!

 

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How to Properly Flush a Pressure Pot

 

 

 

How To Properly Flush a Pressure Pot

 

In this video, we walk through the steps it takes to properly flush a pressure pot with Air Power Account manager Jeff Tussey.

 

How To:

 

  1.  Cut of air supply to the pot, this is critical!  Once air has been cut off to the pot, bleed pressure pot utilizing pressure relief valve.
  2. Remove lid from pressure pot
  3. Remove liner (Air Power recommends all Pressure Pots to be utilized with pot liners – for ease of use, cleaning, and color change applications).
  4. Add your solvent (or preferred chemical cutting agent) liner.
  5. Re-install pressure pot lid, reconnect air supply, and slowly increase fluid pressure (Note – no atomizing air is necessary while flushing a unit).
  6. Trigger gun and spray waste into solvent/waste containment – Note – make sure waste can is properly grounded.

 

 

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Air Power Attends BHP Chamber of Commerce 2019 Membership Awards Celebration

Air Power Manufacturing Solutions was invited to the BHP Chamber of Commerce 2019 Membership Awards Celebration held on Tuesday, February 19th. The event was held over lunch at the beautiful High Point Country Club. The 2019 Membership Awards Celebration is an annual event held by the Business High Point Chamber of Commerce. This event is the Business High Point Chamber’s opportunity to recognize all the people who make their organization great.

The celebration kicked off with a welcome from the President and CEO of the BHP Chamber, Patrick Chapin. The welcome was followed by a short prayer led by Reverend Dr. Frank Thomas of Mt. Zion Baptist Church of High Point. Thereafter, we heard a brief message from the Sponsor of the event, Phillip Morgan of Piedmont Natural Gas. Lastly, there was an address from the BHP Chamber Chairman David S. Congdon, CEO of Old Dominion Freight.

Congratulations to All the Winners and Nominees

 

We’d like to thank the Business High Point Chamber of Commerce for recognizing Air Power Manufacturing Solutions for reaching our 50 year milestone. We would also like to congratulate the nominees and following winners:

Small Business of the Year – Northwood Animal Hospital

Business of the Year – Bethany Medical Center

Minority-Owned Business of the Year – Karma Contracting

Community Organization of the Year – Bobby Labonte Foundation

Young Professional of the Year – Cyril Jefferson of Communities in School

President’s Award – Christi Barbour & Christi Spangle of Barbour Spangle Design

Volunteer of the Year – Eric Abeles, 2019 Co-Chair of Leadership High Point

Vision Investor of the Year – Mark A. Norcross of X8 Aviation

Distinguished Citizen of the Year – Robert G. Culp III