Kaeser to host waterborne seminar at NACE

Sept. 23, 2010

September 23, 2010—Kaeser Compressors is offering a short seminar at NACE on compressed air requirements for waterborne paints.

Waterborne paints are very sensitive to moisture and require blow-drying guns that need more capacity, but a shop may not need an entirely new air system, according to Kaeser.

Kaeser offers a free review to provide recommendations to improve a shop’s air system reliability and reduce long-term maintenance and energy costs.

To have a Kaeser specialist perform a review, go to us.kaeser.com. To sign up for NACE, go to naceexpo.com.

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