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Fluid Power’s “The Lethal Strike” – Wrenchin’ Up

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Working with direct injection, hydraulic systems, pneumatic lubrication systems, paint, even pressure washers can cause very serious injuries that most people are not aware of. The loss of fingers, hands, arms or legs and even death are being reported. Knowing what to do QUICKLY if you are injected with any high pressure fluid or air is more important now that ever before.

My guest, Rory McLaren from the FluidPower Training Institute has produced the video seen in this video that will be of help to anyone who works with high pressure automotive or other systems.

FluidPower Training Institute -http://www.fpti.org
E-Mail – forory@ftpi.org

Wrenchin’ Up with Jim Bates strives to deliver automotive technical information and ideas from manufacturers and engineers to interested technicians and enthusiasts on a weekly basis. A new video is uploaded almost every Wednesday.

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