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    Utility saw chain

    October 1, 2011

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    From ductile iron to plastic pipe, a PowerGrit Utility Saw Chain requires less access to cut pipe in the ground. An operator using a PowerGrit chain is able to finish the job faster, easier and safer because there is no need to crawl under the pipe with a saw. It will not kick back or exhibit any gyroscopic motion.

    Blount International Inc.                     

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