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Aftermarket Daily News Thursday, November 1, 2018 4 Bullet Liner: Your Ticket to Increased Profit Potential By David Wachter, Senior Marketing Manager, Accella Performance Materials If you are in PB&E, you're constantly looking at your business potential, including your facilities, your people and your reputation. All of these factors can easily be sharpened up to reduce over- head costs, but how are you going to drive more business to your door? The answer could be in expanding your serv- ices to include providing truck bed liners. Not the giant plastic insert bed liners – we're talking spray bed liner application. Specifically, we're talking Bullet Liner. You may have heard of Bullet Liner and know that we are a spray-on bed liner product, but read on – there is much more to know about this unique product. As a business, you are always on the lookout for ways to increase profits with- out the addition of more equipment, facilities and personnel. Over 100 million trucks are sold annually, and that number keeps increasing. Over 50 percent of those truck owners purchase some type of bed liner product. There is no doubt that this market is expanding and needs more applica- tors. Bullet Liner is answering the need not only with a unique product, but also with a business solution that you can appreciate. Unlike competitors' offerings, Bullet Liner is a non-franchise product. We call it the "UN" Franchised Alternative™. You do not have to give up your business identity to provide your customers this great product. There are no hard-line contracts or franchise fees to pay. There is no commitment to purchasing more Dan-Am Air Aluminum Air Piping System Today's clean air requirements are more critical than ever. Air tools, blow driers, HVLP spray guns and supplied air respi- rators may require more air volume and better air quality than in the past. Not only does clean air effect equipment per- formance, but it is also critical for paint coatings performance. Dan-Am Air ® 's aluminum airlines along with SATA's fil- tration system can solve all of these issues. The Dan-Am Air system is reusable and easily adaptable to any space, not only ensuring safe, clean air for your team, but also increasing your shop's efficiency and improving your bottom line. The Three-Stage Filtration "SATA filtration is available in two sizes, which can flow up to 129cfm at 90psi – an exceptional amount of air for a single filtration unit," Brad Gravenhof, DanAm Company's Sales and Technical DanAm Air Specialist, says, "enough to accom- modate multiple booths on a single fil- ter." "If your shop is equipped with mul- tiple booths, you have the option of a single SATA filter to maintain, as opposed to a filtration unit at each booth. Fewer filter cartridges to maintain equals fewer dollars spent," Gravenhof says. The SATA three- stage filtration system is simple: The first stage is the water sepa- rator, removing the larger moisture droplets and particles down to 5 microns from the air; next is the fine filter which removes particles down to 0.01 micron; and finally, there is the activated charcoal filter stage removing hydrocar- bons, oil vapors and odors to give you perfectly clean air for breathing and spraying. Continued on Page 77 Continued on Page 77 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH SEMA OR AAPEX Kimberly Oser Publisher Jules Denton-Card Senior Associate Publisher Lorrie Baumann Editorial Director JoEllen Lowry • Jeanie Catron • Karrie Welborn Associate Editors Yasmine Brown Art Director Jonathan Schieffer Graphic Designer Caitlyn McGrath • Susan Stein Customer Service Managers Anthony Socci Associate Publisher Marcos Morhaim Senior Account Manager Robert Bailey • Adrian Chacon • Stephen Mather Louie Palos • Danny Ranney • Bo Robinson Account Managers Tara Neal Director of Operations Jay Watson • Hannah Stefanovich Show Logistics & Distribution Enrico Cecchi European Sales Aftermarket Daily News is published by Oser Communications Group ©2018 All rights reserved. Executive and editorial offices at: 1877 N. Kolb Road, Tucson, AZ 85715 520.721.1300/Fax: 520.721.6300 European offices located at Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 11, 50125 Florence, Italy www.osercommunicationsgroup.com Lee M. Oser Founder

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