COL-MET to Exhibit Waterborne Spray Booth Products at NACE - BodyShop Business

COL-MET to Exhibit Waterborne Spray Booth Products at NACE

COL-MET announced it will promote its total waterborne solution (TWS) – a combination of technologies, configurations and systems meeting shops’ specific waterborne flash-off requirements – at the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Nov. 5-7.

COL-MET says the TWS includes:

• EVO PORTABLE – The EVO-1 portable tower with rolling stand includes manual timer for setting cycle time.

• EVO STATIONARY – The EVO-4 Four Tower System comes with three adjustable velocity cones per tower to increase air speed as required. Towers operate independently or simultaneously. System includes four towers, power/remote control panel, wiring harness and in-booth remote switch.

• VS VARIABLE-SPEED SYSTEM – This system is standard with Col-Met Evolution Series 1 spray booth and high-capacity industrial heated AMU. Air speeds, heat and time set point controls to meet all paint manufacturers’ requirements, the company says.

COL-MET will exhibit at NACE booth #2966.

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