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9/11/2008

Oil Skimmer Handles Tight Places

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Abanaki Corporation has added the EconoMini oil skimmer to its line of oil removal equipment.   The EconoMini is compact at approximately 4" x 3" x 4" and weighs in at 6 lbs. The company says that this skimmer is good for use in tight spaces, such as on parts-washer tanks and coolant sumps. It can even be used to

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Abanaki Corporation has added the EconoMini oil skimmer to its line of oil removal equipment.

 

The EconoMini is compact at approximately 4" x 3" x 4" and weighs in at 6 lbs. The company says that this skimmer is good for use in tight spaces, such as on parts-washer tanks and coolant sumps. It can even be used to skim oil through the 2" opening of a 55-gallon drum.

 

EconoMini requires no assembly and little mounting space. Belts are available in either polyurethane or stainless steel and lengths of 8", 12", 18", and 24".

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