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2/24/2015

TOOLING: New Offerings for Plastic & Paint Stripping from Metal Parts

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Wider range of fluidized-bed cleaners.

Schwing Fluid Technik GmbH of Germany, a builder of electric-heated, fluidized-bed cleaning systems and vacuum furnaces for thermal cleaning of plastics-processing hardware, will be discussing its new North American representation at NPE2015 in Orlando this month. Schwing is now represented exclusively here by Dinamec Systems, LLC, Ackworth, Ga., which makes gas-heated fluidized sand beds for removing paint, powder coatings, rubber, and plastic from most all metal alloys. Dinamec thereby offers a wider range of cleaning systems for metal tools and machine parts of any type and size.

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