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Hello of Belgium,
Forgive for my English but I am not a pro '.
I am in search of a material intended in engines (car) which at ecological level is in the point and also at the level of the consumption.
Friend says to me that this product exists in the United States, so I ask question.
I put on a waiter{*server*} the photos that I made so that you can see them.
Thank you to answer
Here is link for photos:
http://xthost.info/schlut2000/

RE: R.H.P System:

Any chance of providing this information in a non-ZIP format?  I am prevented by company policy from opening unknown ZIP files.

Gareth P. Hatch, Ph.D.
Director of Technology
Dexter Magnetic Technologies
http://www.dextermag.com

RE: R.H.P System:

(OP)
I am going to try to see to it that you can directly see pictures. see you and thanks

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