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PMC Will Showcase New AP-2 Spray Gun at ICAA 2012
PMC will also have on display several other items that exemplify their complete product line.

LAKEWOOD, NJ–August 17, 2012–Polyurethane Machinery Corporation (PMC) will be exhibiting at the ICAA Convention & Trade Show being held October 4-6, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, TX.

PMC will showcase the New AP-2 Spray Gun in booth #408 at this year's show. The new gun has received an unparalleled positive response from the field and is the lowest priced, US manufactured air purge gun on the market. Heralded as "the best gun in the industry", the AP-2 demonstrates many unique, innovative features.

PMC will also have on display several other items that exemplify their complete product line of proportioners, hoses and auxiliary equipment supporting the polyurethane spray foam industry.

The Insulation Contractors Association of America (ICAA) is the trade association for residential and commercial thermal insulation contractors and has been helping insulators and their suppliers for over thirty years. Promoting professionalism in the residential and commercial insulation contracting industry, this year's trade show includes exhibitors from across the industry as well as ICAA Committee Meetings, Special Presentations and Platinum Sessions.

Come see what all the fuss is about! Visit PMC in booth #408 at the ICAA Convention & Trade Show.

About Polyurethane Machinery Corporation: PMC manufactures equipment and accessories for use in the urethane industry. At PMC, the service does not stop with the sale. PMC provides its' customers outstanding sales and technical service through a worldwide network of distributors. For more information, please use the contact details and links provided below.

Polyurethane Machinery Corporation (PMC) Directory Page


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