Cleveland, OH, December 16, 2005 – Abanaki Corporation, the world leader in oil skimming products, introduces a new air chiller, ChillyBits™, for use in various industrial processes, fabrication, assembly and packaging. Abanaki’s ChillyBits air chiller eliminates the expense, safety concerns, and the mess of
mist cooling. ChillyBits can increase machining speed by 36 percent and extend tool life up to 50 percent. Applications include cooling metals, plastics, wood, rubber, ceramics and other materials during machining.
Abanaki’s new air chiller uses compressed air for industrial spot cooling and eliminates mist coolants and heat related parts growth. Use ChillyBits in milling, metalworking, drilling, machining, grinding, and sharpening. ChillyBits uses no electricity, has no moving parts, is portable, and has an adjustable tip for precision airflow. Abanaki’s air chiller meets OSHA noise and dead end pressure specs.
For more information about ChillyBits or other Abanaki products, please contact your regional sales representative at (440) 543-7400, (800-358-SKIM) or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. See the full-line of Abanaki products and services online at www.abanaki.com/022.
About Abanaki Corporation: Abanaki, the world leader in oil skimmer products, manufactures a wide range of products to remove oils, greases, and related hydrocarbons from water. Skimmer models are available with removal rates ranging from 1 to 200 gallons per hour in both stationary and portable systems. Use of Abanaki equipment often allows water, oil and coolant to be recycled, thus avoiding contingent liabilities and costs associated with disposal. Besides off-the-shelf oil and grease skimmers, Abanaki supplies custom designed (turnkey) pollution control systems for a wide variety of applications. Headquartered in Cleveland Ohio, Abanaki has served a global customer base in industries as diverse as iron and steel, wastewater, paper, food processing, automotive, environmental remediation, and recycling for more than 30 years.
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