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Grinding and Polishing Bench includes fan extractor.

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March 11, 2014 - Constructed of solid steel, Grinding and Polishing Bench uses fan extractor system to safely capture and contain fines and sprays that may result from work performed on it. Bench is supported by welded tubular frame and has side enclosures to ensure complete capture of all unwanted residue. Typical applications include automotive repairs, mining maintenance, government workshops, and general industrial uses.

Actisafe

3 Rosella Street, Singleton, 2330, Australia

Original Press Release

Benches for Grinding and Polishing

Press release date: March 3, 2014

Defence preferred supplier Actisafe now designs and manufactures its own grit blasting and painting benches which improve occupational health and safety levels of industrial workplaces of Australia.

Comprising a fan extractor system, the Actisafe grinding and polishing bench safely captures and contains any fines, sprays and that may result from work performed on it.

Made of a solid, steel construction, this new Actisafe technology is suitable for most industries including general industrial, automotive repairs, mining maintenance, government workshops, or any other application where polishing or grinding is part of the fabrication process

Each unit is provided with side enclosures to ensure complete capture of all unwanted residue, thus preventing any from escaping at the edges.

Solid in construction, the Actisafe grinding and polishing bench is supported by a rugged, welded tubular steel frame that provides a high level of sturdiness during the fabrication process.

With easy to clean surfaces, the technology will always look presentable in the workplace.

For more information, please contact Actisafe. 1300 852 397.

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