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JAN 2009

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Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J CHLOR*RID International, Inc. J ProFILE 2009 For nearly 20 years, CHLOR*RID International, Inc. has been dedicated to providing the industry with the most advanced and complete line of products for soluble salt detection and removal. Whether testing for contaminants, performing surface preparation, decontamination of stainless steel or stopping flash rust, we have the right products to ensure success. Field testing for chlorides on surfaces, in abrasives, liquids, and in concrete has never been easier or more accurate than with our CHLOR*TEST™ kits— featuring the CHLOR*TEST C S N™ for immediate readings for chlorides, sulfates, and nitrates! And as always, to reduce contamination there is no other product that effectively removes salts like patented CHLOR*RID® liquid soluble salt remover. Besides being easy-to-use, CHLOR*RID is completely biodegradable, non-hazardous, and an economical way to decontaminate surfaces. To prevent flash rusting, use HOLD*BLAST™ surface passivating liquid — the name says it all! And remember for maintenance washing, CHLOR*WASH™ multi-purpose cleaner and salt remover eliminates grime and salts which can cause corrosion. Got a Salt Problem? Contact the experts at CHLOR*RID — we can help! Write in Reader Inquiry #1607 CHLOR RID International, Inc. PO Box 908 J Chandler, AZ 85244 (800) 422-3217 J (480) 821-0039 www.chlor-rid.com J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company Pr info@chlor-rid.com Clemco Industries Corp. J ProFILE 2009 To get the job done on time and within budget, the contractors we know want rugged, reliable equipment. CLEMCO has had the privilege of providing equipment to the worlds' most respected blasting and painting contractors for more than 50 years. Shipyards, fabricators, and facility owners use Clemco equipment every day for cleaning and surface prep work on all kinds of structures and surfaces, such as structural steel, bridges, ships, rebar, and concrete. Specialty tools for pipe cleaning, pipe painting, closed-circuit blasting, and touch-up blasting round out the Clemco line of air-powered blast equipment for industry. Clemco Classic- or Contractor-series blast machines are the work horses of the industry thanks to their well-deserved reputation for reliability, perfor- mance, and long service life. All Clemco blast machines are made to ASME code; and most models have a 150-psi working pressure. Worker safety is a concern to all business owners and workers alike. Clemco makes Apollo helmets to protect blast operators from harmful dust. Apollo helmets are NIOSH-approved, and rated by OSHA for 1000 x PEL for lead dust. The new Apollo 600 sets a new industry standard for respira- tory safety and performance. And our new Comfort Vest provides operators with a way to be comfortable on the warmest and coldest of work days. In addition to our line of contractor products, Clemco designs and builds ZERO manual and automated blast cabinets, AEROLYTE cabinets and rooms for soda, plastic and other non-aggressive media, and Clemco Industrial Blast Facilities (blast rooms and recovery systems) are in use worldwide to blast a wide range of products, from small art-glass items to C130 transport aircraft. Clemco Industries serves North and South America; Clemco International serves Asia, Australia, Europe, and Africa. Our quality management system is ISO 9000:2000 certified. Write in Reader Inquiry #1608 Clemco Industries Corp. One Cable Car Drive J (800) 788-0599 J Washington, MO 63090 Fax (800) 726-7559 www.clemcoindustries.com J info@clemcoindustries.com 60 CoatingsPro J January 2009

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