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View Resource Get the Most from Your Compressor Investment

Kaeser’s Compressor Selection Guide is an 8-page publication that takes you step-by-step through the process of evaluating and selecting the right compressor for your needs

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View Resource Common Practices In Cylinder Boring, Honing, and Wall Finishing

This booklet is a reprise of Brush Research Manufacturing?s original ?Gold Book? entitled, ?An Observation of Some Common Practices in Cylinder Boring, Honing and Wall Finishing,? a piece of litera...

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View Resource 21st Century Tune Up

Short video explains how tune ups are performed via computer diagnostics and updates.

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View Resource Automotive Vehicle Lifts: A Resource Guide for Media ©2007 Rotary®

This white paper is intended to cover the many factors dealers and independent repair shop owners should consider when buying new vehicle lifts.

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View Resource Curricular Units and Educational Materials

NESEA's K-12 Education Department offers several educational materials including curriculum guides, hands-on activities, and other resources. Some units are free and downloadable through prior grant...

http://www.nesea.org/k-12/curricularunits/
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