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B&J Rocket launches Airbot promotion

Posted on May 9, 2014

Since being introduced two years ago, B&J Rocket says the buffing tools of the Airbot series have turned out to be the most frequently used working tools in the industry and in repair shops.

The company says Airbot tools not only look aggressive, they also work that way. With their open design and angled setup they work efficiently and offer shorter buffing times, better cooling and longer service life.

“No reason for us to sit back and relax,” said Andreas Mueller, managing director of B&J Rocket.

In time the Reifen 2014 International Trade Fair May 27-30 in Essen, Germany, the Swiss company is launching a sales promotion from May 1-Aug. 31, where customers purchasing five Airbot tools each with a diameter of 50 mm (2 inches) receive a matching adapter of their own choice free.

For more information visit www.bj-rocket.com.

Related Topics: Airbot, B&J Rocket, Buffing Tools, Reifen 2014 International Trade Fair

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