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6/20/2007

Can-Am Engineered Products Inc.

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Can-Am’s turbine-powered liquid spray application system can work with a variety of spray guns at pressure ranges of 0.5–8.75 psi and outputs of 9–28 cfm.

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Can-Am’s turbine-powered liquid spray application system can work with a variety of spray guns at pressure ranges of 0.5–8.75 psi and outputs of 9–28 cfm. The spray guns are used in many industries utilizing liquid-spray application. The company says transfer efficiency improvements provide its users 30–60% material savings.

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