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NEW PRODUCTS


POWDER-ACTUATED FASTENING TOOLS Bird-B-Gone, Inc. announces its latest bird netting tools – Hilti Powder-Actuated Fastening Tools, now available at www.birdbgone.com. Bird-B-Gone off ers two models of the Hilti powder-actuated fastening tool: DX36M and DX460. The powder-actuated fastening tools make installing bird netting into wood, concrete or steel structures much easier than before. The powder-actuated tools are designed for fastening applications where nails, threaded studs and composite fasteners are driven into concrete, steel and sand-lime block masonry. Hilti tools operate on a piston principle, which provides the assurance of optimum operator safety and fastening reliability. For more information, visit www.birdbgone.com.


DEOXIT Already spec’d in by many aviation, automotive, railroad and heavy equipment manufacturers, DeoxIT products are formulated to clean, improve conductivity and provide long-lasting protection on all metal connections, even under the most severe environments. Many call it the electronic aspirin, and why it’s inexpensive insurance for your electronic headaches. DeoxIT®


D5S-6 spray (multi-purpose) and DeoxIT®


Gold G5S-6 spray (for gold surfaces) , are now available at RadioShack®


and other leading retailers.


Additional products, applicators and information are online at www.caig.com.


We deliver


We work closely with our clients to identify potential PMA needs and have the ability to move quickly on new products from design to PMA. Give us a call to learn how we can increase your efficiency as well as your bottom line.


Delivered on time, every time.


345 Route 17, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604 201-288-8877 • Fax: 201-288-7356 email: mirajcorp@aol.com www.mirajcorp.com


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