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NEW PRODUCTS


WET/DRY VACUUMS SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR MOTOR VEHICLES


U.S. Products introduces the GWD wet/dry vacuum systems designed


specifically for use in cars, RVs, buses, boats, aircraft, and other vehicles. The compact vacuums are made for easy transport and maneuverability in and out of vehicles. The systems include the GWD 20 (a 20-gallon unit) and the GWD 9


(a 9-gallon machine). Each has a high-performing, two-stage/1.8 horsepower vacuum motor; is easy to operate and is exceedingly durable. The GWD wet/dry vacs come standard with various hand tools and an upright wand.


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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT JUST GOT EASIER As traffic management and flow needs change, the Ideal Shield pyramid and


octagon sign bases provide convenient and portable or permanent options for signage needs. Made of low-density polyethylene plastic, they reduce maintenance, increase visibility, won’t fade or crack, and enhance facility appearance. The sign bases weigh only 24 lbs., saving money on shipping costs versus a


concrete sign base. The pyramid base is available with wheels for easy mobility and convenient moving. The octagon base is available for bolt-in applications. Both are easy to install and tip-resistant when filled with concrete, sand or water.


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