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Unifix USA Offers Battery-Powered Injection System

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The Patriot 2XP Green Injector features an 85-minute run time and three-hour charge time.

| June 28, 2010

The Patriot 2XP Green Injector is the latest offering from Unifix USA and offers cordless freedom with a corded back up. The injector features an 85-minute run time and three-hour charge time.

The product boasts higher power, smaller droplets and interchangeable jets, Unifix reports. Retailing at $1,299 with battery and cord or $999 with just the cord, the new Life PO4 Battery is the most advanced of its kind, weighing only 2 pounds and offers a life cycle of 2,000 charges, according to the manufacturer. 

Visit the firm’s distributors, go to www.unifixusa.com or call 800/4UNIFIX to learn more.
 

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