Education part of Apollo-Woodcraft deal

Understanding how a tool works is the key to ensuring its optimum performance. With that in mind, Apollo HVLP International Inc., included an educational component in its new relationship with Woodcraft Supply LLC, according to the two companies.

Apollo, a manufacturer of HVLP turbine systems, and Woodcraft recently became retail partners. Woodcraft will sell Apollo products at 24 retail stores, in its catalog and online at Apollo will offer in-store staff training in HVLP technology and the use of its sprayers at participating Woodcraft stores, as well as provide support for Woodcraft's technical and customer service staffs.

In addition to Apollo's regular products, two accessory packages designed specifically for woodworkers will be available exclusively at Woodcraft.

"Woodcraft is pleased to partner with Apollo to offer its innovative products to our customers and to make their considerable HVLP expertise available to our store personnel and other staff, which will in turn benefit our customers," Woodcraft president Jeff Forbes said in a release.

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1 Wednesday, 06 April 2011 19:02
Dan Levin
I have an Apollo 800 HVLP system and I'm very happy with it. After having used a less expensive brand that I will not mention (Campbell-Hausfeld), that jammed one day, spit the next day, sort of worked the next day, etc., I decided that it was time to move up to quality. My 800 worked flawlessly every time I used it for over three years, until the turbine self-destructed one day. I ordered the new turbine, installed it myself and then continued to have perfect results. The unit has been in storage for about two years, so it's time for me to move up to the next level. I can't wait to get one of the new models!