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    Axial blower

    November 1, 2011

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    The 12-inch Plastic Axial Blower is suited to large, confined spaces and utility sites. It is available as an AC model and engineered to offer higher output flow rates than other blowers of its size, according to the manufacturer. The lightweight, quiet blower is made of corrosion-, UV- and chemical-resistant polyethylene in safety-orange.

    Allegro Industries

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