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Publication Date: 03/1999
Pages: 3
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Air knife blows powder buildup from bells at Canadian Chrysler plant

When powder buildup in application bells creates finishing flaws on the mini-vans assembled at Chrysler's Windsor Assembly Plant in Canada, two pipefitters invent a device to keep powder flowing and production going.

Along with pickup trucks and sport-utility vehicles, mini-vans seem to outnumber cars these days on streets and highways. Among the most popular models are Chrysler's Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager.

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