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7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: GS Manufacturing

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GS Manufacturing (Costa Mesa, CA, US) will introduce its now patented and trademarked X-GUN with a patented direct flow design.

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GS Manufacturing (Costa Mesa, CA, US) will introduce its now patented and trademarked  X-GUN with a patented direct flow design, which reduces clogging and lowers fluid pressure. X-GUN features a proven pneumaic ball valve design to eliminate troublesome needles, and has no exposed moving parts. It is ideal for high viscosity and heavily filled materials such as sprayable granite coatngs and core materials. The X-GUN can also be used for gelcoat, chopping, wet-out, resin transfer molding (RTM) and adhesive dispensing. With its modular component design, spare parts are interchangeable, which allows a customer's maintenance team to stock fewer. Visit the website at www.gsmfg.com for details.

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