CS Unitec Introduces Pneumatic Long-Reach Scrapers

Press Release
Friday, March 15, 2013
Photo: CS Unitec

CS Unitec’s new Trelawny Long-Reach Scrapers feature one tool with multiple applications: chipper, scraper and descaler.

The air-powered long-reach scrapers consume 4.5 CFM of air at 90 PSI and are safer for use in hazardous areas where pneumatic power is the norm. Standard scrapers are available in 2', 4' and 5’ lengths to efficiently remove residue, corrosion, adhesives, paint, chemical spillages, bituminous products, plaster, mortar and more. CS Unitec’s offers a series of “LITE” models up to 6’ long that weigh less than 8.5 lbs., making them ideal for overhead use. All long-reach scrapers can be converted to needle scalers by changing the scraper/chisel with a needle attachment (P/N 415.3532).

Accessories include chisel blades made from spark-resistant Aluminum Bronze in 2” and 4” blade widths. Copper Beryllium needles are also available for use in potentially hazardous environments and Ex Zones.

www.csunitec.com
 

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