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Canoman (Chemical) (OP)
30 Aug 01 17:15
Can anyone let me know some companies that make eductors/ejectors other than Schutte & Koerting, Penberthy and Jacoby-Tarbox?  If possible, could I get a phone number and/or website address?

Thanks
Canoman
butelja (Mechanical)
3 Sep 01 11:53
Two others that come to mind are Croll-Reynolds and Artisan Industries (Jet-Vac).
garion (Mechanical)
4 Dec 01 7:48
Elmridge Jet Apparatus are another.
I haven't used them yet,
but their products & pricing look good.

1-888-338-2867
www.elmridgejetapparatus.com
Guest (visitor)
14 Jan 02 5:36
why not send an a enquiry to me at PNR.
we are a mulinational company manufacturing and supplying a range of products in this line .
visit our website  at : pnr.co.uk
we have agents and suppliers throughout the globe!
DeltaCascade (Chemical)
7 Feb 02 15:56
You could also use Chemical Engineering Buyers Guide published annually with Chemical Engineering magazine (mainly for USA?)and other such directories?

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