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8/5/2008

Guide to Improving Drying and Blow-off Operations

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A new 24-page catalog from Spraying Systems Co. focuses on ways to reduce air consumption and noise through the use of air nozzles rather than open pipes or pipes with drilled holes.

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A new 24-page catalog from Spraying Systems Co. focuses on ways to reduce air consumption and noise through the use of air nozzles rather than open pipes or pipes with drilled holes. Included are helpful selection guidelines, a technical reference section, application examples and detailed performance data on air nozzles, air knives and amplifiers that use compressed air and air knife packages that use regenerative blower air.

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