August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/28/98, Issue 5103, p22
Trade Publication
Features a range of flexible hose and ducting introduced by Britain-based Perplas Medical. Manufactured in the United States by Hi Tech Hose; Seamless construction; Materials.


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