New Broco Underwater Cutting Rod

By Marine Technology Reporter
Thursday, March 13, 2014

Broco Underwater offers the new advanced design Broco Ultrathermic Cutting Rod PLUS. Based on a new patent-pending design, Broco said its new underwater cutting rod delivers 20% more cutting and burn time than the same size prior generation rod. According to the manufacturer, the new Broco Ultrathermic Cutting Rod PLUS increases burn time 20%, on average, for a 3/8” diameter by 18” long rod. Broco Underwater Ultrathermic Cutting Rod PLUS rods are currently available in 3/8” diameter by 18” length, and will be available in 3/8” diameter by 36” length later this year.
www.brocoinc.com

(As published in the March 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - www.seadiscovery.com)

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