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Max Friedheim
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Inventor and Patent holder of The Mini-Max Cleaner(r) Technology
Inventor and Patent holder of The Mini-Max Cleaner(r) Technology

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This is just a personal thought about the latest news that has just come in from Seattle where another shooter goes and kills, injures, and creates havoc in our school system whether it be our kindergarten or college age students. Some say that the people t...
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A little info on taxes and savings.
Now that tax time is over, or almost over, you heave a sigh of relief and pay what you have to pay - it's over! During this time, however, as you're looking your numbers over, one way of having some extra money in your pocket is to save money in your day-to...
A little info on taxes and savings.
A little info on taxes and savings.
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Tax time is nearly over.
My best wishes that " tax time " did not hurt you, but somehow governments need money for whatever reasons. This brings up the question of " saving " enough capital to make it easier to meet obligations. The best way to save money is to eliminate some costl...
Tax time is nearly over.
Tax time is nearly over.
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Cleaning of a power supply
June 25, 2013 - Fort Worth Texas We took the MiniMax ®   Mod VI  (at full power) to clean this power supply unit; which is used to service U.S. Army Air. This equipment itself is being recycled,  returned from the recent war zones with all the sand,/grit,/o...
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New slideshow images of Mini-Max Cleaner in action on Hobart Ground Power unit returned from war zone for refurbishing.
We repeat the final results shown earlier , this time we're showing what they look like after coming back for cleaning prior to refurbishing. We introduced and used the new  Modular 66 FP  to do the job. We started up in six-minutes and consumed about 3 gal...
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