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#TBT In 1962, this AGET DustKop model 520 was installed with a Boyer-Campbell surface grinder at Martel Tool & Gage. Martel Tool & Gage Co., now Martel Tool Corporation, has been in business for over 59 years and continues to sell machine tool accessories in Allen Park, MI.
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DustKop systems provide years of dependable, low maintenance, and cost-effective dust collection. Learn more: https://www.agetmfg.com/dust-collectors-dustkop
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We believe in quality at #AGET.
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#TBT to the State Industrial Service in the 1960's. Ductwork from an AGET model 90N50P is pictured being ran to a series of 7 industrial dryers where lint is gathered and is then collected in the 55 gallon drum pictured at left.
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Check out these photos showing AGET at work! How can #AGET help you? https://www.agetmfg.com/contact
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A little inspiration! #AGET
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#TBT Employees at the Zeigler Tool Co. during the 1960's are pictured working with several surface and belt grinders, all of which are being serviced by an AGET model 2000 series unit (pictured at center).
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AGET manufactures over 600 models ranging from 1/3 HP to 75 HP units. Browse our products and talk to a rep to build a system that’s right for you! https://www.agetmfg.com/
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Are you planning a new filtration system? Compare the benefits of venting outside to recirculating air within your facility:
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#TBT Tire retreading, also known as recapping, is the process of buffing an old tire to remove the tread and placing a new tread atop the tire base. The AGET model 30NW50, seen on left, is connected and used in this particular tire recapping setup in order to collect rubber shavings and dust particles.
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