Hot oil units

August 1999
New Equipment Digest;Aug99, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p54
Trade Publication
Introduces Budzar Industries Inc.'s Value Line Series of hot oil units, which the company claims can furnish precise temperature control and easy operation. Maximum operating temperature; Applications; Contact information.


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