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Fuller Brothers Inc. of Clackamas, Ore. is working to create and market a state-of-the-art vulcanizing system to improve the section repair industry. The project is being spearheaded by Wayne Jackson from Tire Repair Consultants in Vancouver, Canada.

Primarily focused on off-the-road tire repairs, the new Omega Vulcanizing System will focus on labor-saving materials, a time-saving process, and a more accurate cure cycle, the company says. The goal is for the Omega product line to improve the bottom line for tire repair concerns worldwide.

Fuller Brothers says the project pairs its 50-plus years of tire industry experience with the global tire repair expertise of Jackson. Fuller Brothers Vice President Morry Jones says the full Omega product line will be introduced at MINExpo 2016, Sept. 26-29 in Las Vegas.

For more information about Fuller Brothers, visit www.fullerbros.com.

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