The Gema advantages as experienced by users who switched over to Gema
- Simple full digital display of all operating parameters.
- Better product paint finish due to Smooth powder flow due to the patented DVC valve.
- Better gun maneuvering. Lower gun weight and light hose, hence lower operator fatigue.
- Better finish even with recoating.
- Better corner covering due to micro amp control feature.
- Better productivity up to 30% as confirmed by the end users.
- Precession in parameter setting, as it digitally set, for various jobs due to feature of 20 programs + 3 Standard programs.
- Powder saving to the tune of @ 15% to 30% as reported by clients depending on their product and shade.
- Practically Zero maintenance client have enjoyed, once they given stabilized power supply and clear moisture and oil free air.
- Dependability of product.
- Ease of powder hose cleaning.
- Dependable back up from us.
- The gun design is more compact reducing operator fatigue further.
- Now you can select either change the Program OR Powder output form the Gun.
- The gun electrodes are designed such was that you can spray any powder with ease.
- We now have PCC – Precession Current Control. This allows the micro amp setting below 10 in step of 0.5 µ amps. This precession while coating very intricate parts or metallic powders.
- New 135 º pump design allows smoother powder flow and requires lesser air.
- You can monitor the consumable life cycle and set according to your needs.
- You have OPTIONAL attachment for Power Clean mode to clean the pump+ hose + gun with just press of ONE button and without having to remove the pump.
Gema Manual Powder Coating Unit Model OptiFlex®2F
Technical Data - Specification
- Rated input Voltage/ Connected Load : 100-240 V AC/ 150 VA
- Frequency : 50 – 60 Hz
- Type of Protection : IP 54
- Temperature Range : 0 deg C to + 40 deg CB
- Max. Input Pressure: 10 Bar
- Min. Input Pressure (Dynamical) : 6 Bar
- Max. water vapor content of compressed air : 1.3 gms/Nm3
- Max. oil vapor content of compressed air : 0.1 mg/Nm3
- Max. compressed air consumption : 8 Nm3/h