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Parts Associations Offers CANGUN1 Ergonomic Spray Can Tool

Parts Associates, Inc. (PAI) has added SafeWorld’s new ergonomic spray can tool to its lineup of maintenance and repair products.

| February 23, 2010

ASHLAND, Ore. – Parts Associates, Inc. (PAI) has added SafeWorld’s new ergonomic spray can tool to its lineup of maintenance and repair products. (Click here to watch a video demonstration of this product.)

"After 12 years of purchasing the original CANGUN, we're now excited about upgrading to SafeWorld's new CANGUN1 Aerosol Spray Can Tool, for the benefit of our customers,” said Doug Holan, PAI Electrical/Paint/Chemical Product Manager. “The new, easier to use, CANGUN1, offers many more features and benefits, thereby providing higher quality, professional results while using PAI's aerosol paints, coatings and chemicals product line."

Made in America from 100 percent post-industrial recycled plastic, PAI’s co-branded CANGUN1 features SafeWorld’s patented innovations and is the only spray can tool to come with a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.

CANGUN1’s patented innovations include a one-size-fits-all FutureLock ring that effortlessly attaches to all standard spray cans worldwide and the world’s first arthritis-friendly FullGrip trigger, offering 22 times the surface area compared to a standard spray can’s tip, for hours of effortless, pain-free spraying.

It’s one-of-a-kind trigger, featuring 2:5 to 1 mechanical advantage, eliminates finger fatigue and numbness, wrist and forearm strain, and hand cramping, and dramatically reduces chemical contact normally associated with extended application of products such as spray pesticides.
 

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