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CAMX 2018 preview: LEWCO

Appears in Print as: 'Range of industrial ovens'


LEWCO is exhibiting its line of industrial ovens, including a full range of batch ovens, conveyor ovens, drum ovens, tote ovens, hot boxes, drum heating tunnels, large field-assembled ovens and high-temperature furnaces.

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LEWCO is exhibiting its line of industrial ovens, including a full range of batch ovens, conveyor ovens, drum ovens, tote ovens, hot boxes, drum heating tunnels, large field-assembled ovens and high-temperature furnaces. The company also emphasizes its capability to engineer and manufacture custom equipment made to customer specifications. Booth H62.

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