3/18/2015

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Cool Clean Technologies will feature its Omega CO₂ cleaning module said to improve efficiency and cleaning consistency.

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Cool Clean Technologies will feature its Omega CO₂ cleaning module said to improve efficiency and cleaning consistency. The automated cleaning technology is hands-free and waterless. The cleaning module uses a noncondensing spray capable of removing light oils, dust and particles. According to the company, the system can be programmed to complete a variety of cleaning applications and is flexible enough to clean a range of surfaces.

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