Industrial tools

September 1999
New Equipment Digest;Sep99, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p86
Trade Publication
Features an array of industrial tools. Includes pistol-style and T-handle hammer drills from Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.; MasterFile grinding and finishing tool from Copper Power Tools; ErgoPro Series of grinders and sanders from Ingersoll-Rand Co.


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