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dental equipment reviews - Airbrush Mini
Airbrush Mini Sandblaster Air Eraser Glass Etcher
Airbrush Mini Sandblaster Air Eraser Glass Etcher
PZ-314XS handheld etcher from PointZero Airbrush is also known as an air eraser or mini-sandblaster. The round-pattern nozzle (0.5mm) of this tool sprays abrasive powder for a variety of uses; etching glass, plastic, metal or other materials, cleaning paint, discolorations, corrosion and rust from jewelry or other small items, erasing defects from artwork, and adding weathering effects to models, as well as many other applications. The gravity-feed, 15cc cup has a screw-on cover and built-in, material flow control adjustment. Inline moisture filter attaches directly to the air inlet on the etcher and doubles as a handle; providing an improved grip on the unit. Water and other contaminates are captured from the airflow by a small-micron brass element and collected in a bowl at the bottom of the filter. Bowl features a spring-loaded valve for easy draining of any accumulated water. Boxed set also includes 6' braided hose, hanging bracket, 150 gram bottle of fast-cutting, 220-grit, aluminum-oxide abrasive compound, and disposable face mask (we recommend the use of a cartridge respirator). Single-action trigger. Requires an air supply with a working pressure of 30 to 50 psi. Etcher and hose have standard 1/8" BSP fittings.

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050406-N-8163B-004
050406-N-8163B-004Atlantic Ocean (Apr. 6, 2005) ? From left, Dental Technician Seaman Calvin Burkett, Lt. Michelle Douglas and Airman Jeannie Ward review responsibilities and equipment for an upcoming two-minute drill in the forward auxiliary battle dressing station during a general quarters drill aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). A two-minute drill is a training exercise in which Sailors rapidly prepare ten pieces of medical equipment used for the treatment of a hypothetical injury. Roosevelt is currently underway for Tailored Ship Training Availability and Final Evaluation Problem (TSTA/FEP) in the Atlantic Ocean. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Eben Boothby (RELEASED)
Dental equipment
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This was all kept at the back of Quiggins, I wonder what's going to happen to it?

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