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8/11/2009

Oil Skimmer For Tight Spaces

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The EconoMini oil skimmer from Abanaki Corporation is designed fit in small spaces such parts-washer tanks and coolant sumps. Weighing in at 6 lbs and measuring approximately 4" × 3" × 4", the product can even skim oil through the 2" opening of a 55-gallon drum, the company says.

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The EconoMini oil skimmer from Abanaki Corporation is designed fit in small spaces such parts-washer tanks and coolant sumps. Weighing in at 6 lbs and measuring approximately 4" × 3" × 4", the product can even skim oil through the 2" opening of a 55-gallon drum, the company says. Belts are available in either polyurethane or stainless steel in lengths of 8", 12", 18" and 24". No assembly is required.

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