ARMEX (Episode 1) - PRI 2016 - Engine Builder Magazine

ARMEX (Episode 1) – PRI 2016

Brian Waple of ARMEX talks about the advantages of using baking soda for dry blast cleaning and non-destructive cleaning on engine parts.

Brian Waple of ARMEX talks about the advantages of using baking soda for dry blast cleaning and non-destructive cleaning on engine parts.

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