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A test of your paint filter knowledge in three rounds of the Filter Games. Can you guess the correct answers?
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Filter Games: Round 1
Join Air Power for Round 1 of The Filter Games!
A test of your paint booth filter knowledge in three rounds. Can you guess the correct answer?
The Filter Games: Round 2
Join Air Power for Part 2 of The Filter Games. A test of your paint booth filter knowledge in three rounds. Can you guess the correct answer?
The Filter Games: Round 3
Join Air Power for Part 3 of The Filter Games. A test of your paint booth filter knowledge in three rounds. Can you guess the correct answer?
Polyester Filters for Paint, Powder Coating and HVAC
Polyester filters offer exceptional intake and exhaust filtration in paint booths, powder coating booths, sanding booths, AMU air filtration as well as HVAC applications. Join Air Power in a walk through our key polyester filter products and learn which media is the best for your unique application.
W Series Spray Booth Filters from Col-Met
For many years, manufacturers have relied on Research Products RP paint booth exhaust filters for the efficient capture of overspray paint. The new W Series Filters from Col-Met, the makers of the legacy line of RP filters, has set a new bar in the finishing industry. From the new white face layer to the virgin polyester final layer and a warranty, you really should watch this video. Learn about the new Col-Met W Series filter options available from Air Power, Inc.
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.