Venjakob to display its compact spray coating machine for small shops

MISSISSAUGA -- As a sensible replacement, or as a supplement to your hand-held spray booth and the growing demands for reliability and quality, Venjakob offers an interesting alternative with its new VEN SPRAY ONE model.  At WMS 2022, Venjakob will display its new compact spray coating machine that is specially designed for the needs of entry-level users. 
The extra-large touch screen and the self-explanatory user interface of the control make machine operation easier. The stand-alone solution has an integrated control cabinet. This means that commissioning can be carried out quickly and easily, which saves installation costs and time. The solid and inexpensive technology quickly demonstrates a high-performance surface and quality result to the user. 

Ven Spray One
Venjakob said it VEN SPRAY ONE finishing system offers small shops an affordable alternative to a hand-held spray booth. The machine will be on display at WMS in Hall 3/Booth #1913.

In terms of design and energy efficiency the VEN SPRAY ONE is comparable to larger systems. In order to achieve reproducible quality, directions can be stored in the system control and called up quickly and easily. The cleaning effort of the coating machine is very low, it is equipped with a paper belt transport.
With its new coating system, Venjakob would like to meet the requirements of carpenters and craft businesses.  The VEN SPRAY ONE on display at WMS in Hall 3/Booth #1913. Venjakob invites all interested visitors to learn more about highly flexible and tailor-made finishing lines for industrial coating.

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The Venjakob Group of companies, a modern family-owned enterprise with headquarters in Germany and subsidiaries in the USA and Canada is led by a third generation and revolutionizes coating technology over decades. WMS reg buttonAll to offer its customers individually solutions tailored to their requirements. Rethinking processes, commonly, to shape the future! Individual system solutions for your success.


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Harry Urban is the retired publisher of the Woodworking Network. Urban spent more than 30 years working in business-to-business publishing, trade shows, and conferences. He has travelled extensively throughout North America and overseas visiting and reporting on major manufacturing facilities and trade shows. In retirement, he's still following the woodworking industry, but he plans to do a lot more fishing.