Literature Available On Clemco Industries' 'Educt-O-Matic'

Clemco Industries, San Francisco, Calif., manufactures "Educt-OMatic," a lightweight, portable abrasive blasting tool with an integral abrasive recovery system.

Weighing only seven pounds, this hand-held tool vacuums and recycles abrasive during the blasting process.

It has a swivel blast head which turns 360° enabling an operator to blast in any direction without rotating the body. A master adaptor with four special boots permits cleaning inside and outside angles, 90° corners and rough or irregular surfaces.

The Educt-O-Matic need only be attached to a Vt - or 3A -inch air line, requiring 90 cfm of air at 90 to 100 psi. It can hold one to four pounds of any standard 40-to-100 mesh blasting abrasive such as glass beads, steel grit or aluminum oxide.

Because it is completely enclosed no special operator safety equipment or training is required.

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