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7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Clayton Assoc.

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Clayton Assoc. (Lakewood, NJ, US) is featuring its new line of electric powered vacuum sanders for composite repair and manufacturing.

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Clayton Associates Inc. (Lakewood, NJ, US) is featuring its new line of electric powered vacuum sanders for composite repair and manufacturing. These electric tools reportedly have the power and performance of conventional pneumatic sanders, but are quieter and use no oil, eliminating the possibility of contaminating the composite substrates with oil-laden exhaust oil found on pneumatic tools. Available in a variety of sizes, these tools are set up for connection to a portable or central vacuum to collect up to 99% of airborne particulate.

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