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'How It's Made' Features Graymills Parts Washer
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Michael Christodoulou comes to his new positions with Walter after a long career of leadership with Cummins Inc., a diesel engine manufacturer.
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SlideRail Square Transfer system
High-volume Material Handling System Uses Less Space than Monorail Systems
Therma-Tron-X Inc.’s SlideRail Square Transfer (SST) material handling system performs high-volume finishing operations using a fraction of the space required by traditional monorail systems.
Conversion from Iron to Zinc Phosphate
I am currently interested in converting my washer from iron phosphate to zinc phosphate but I was concerned with the hazards of welding over the pretreated steel. I was also wondering if you can “double treat” with zinc phosphate, since the product will still have a layer of phosphate on it prior to wash.

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