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Winona Powder Coating Invests in New Powder Coating System

Winona Powder Coating announced that it has invested in a new powder coating system and reverse osmosis water filtration.

"I am proud to announce the installation of our new Gema Magic brand Powder Coating System," said Jamie Visker, Winona CEO. "This new Gema system brings us superior powder application technology. It brings us quicker color changes and clean-up, reduces the amount of powder we use, prevents powder waste and really increases our ability to recycle. That, and a cleaner and healthier environment for our employees. It is more efficient and cuts our powder consumption by around $20,000 a month. At the same time, we added a new reverse osmosis water treatment system for much-improved water quality."

Winona Powder Coating is a provider of powder coating and E-coat services for a wide range of industries. Winona Powder Coating is ISO 9001 and UL certified and complies to automotive, agriculture and military specifications. Winona is comprised of two facilities. Headquarters are located in a 167,000-sq.-ft. facility in Etna Green, IN, and a second facility with 50,000 sq. ft. is located in Elkhart. The new Gema System is now installed in the Etna Green plant.

"Working with Conexus Indiana, Indiana Economic Development Corp. and the Next Level Manufacturing Institute, we were able to secure a $54,399 grant for this project," said Visker.

Conexus Indiana collaborates with business and other partners to maximize Indiana's economic potential while helping Hoosiers find rewarding careers in rapidly evolving industries. Indiana Economic Development Corporation is charged with growing the state economy and drive economic development.

Next Level Manufacturing Institute operates a fund to help Hoosier manufacturers adopt smart technologies, such as Winona Powder Coating's new Gema Magic Powder Coating System.

For more information contact:

Winona Powder Coating, Inc.

9876 West Old Road 30

Etna Green, IN 46524


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