New Pig Introduces Heavy-Duty Form-A-Funnel® for Large Diesels and Heavy Equipment
Tipton, PA, January 5, 2011 – – New Pig Corporation has introduced the Heavy Duty Form-A-Funnel™ Draining Tool —the only flexible tool for guiding oil from large vehicles and heavy equipment into oil drains for easy, no-mess oil changes. This unique tool bends easily to fit into tight spaces, holds any shape, and is wide enough to catch every drip. Edges can be molded around large filters and drains to create a leakproof seal.
Constructed of a moldable aluminum alloy core encapsulated in thick and pliable nitrile rubber, the versatile tool is completely impervious to automotive fluids and chemicals and unaffected by temperatures up to 425 degrees. The Heavy Duty Form-A-Funnel™ can be easily shaped to channel hard-to-drain liquids straight into the drain, keeping oil and other fluids off of users, their vehicles and their shop’s floor. To clean after use, simply spray with any cleaner or degreaser and wipe away dirt or oil. When not in use, the Form-A-Funnel™ can be stored flat or rolled to take along in a tool box or glove compartment.
At 22″ x 8.6″, the heavy duty funnel is ideal for the large oil filters and gallons of oil encountered in servicing not only large diesel trucks and heavy equipment, but also generators, backhoes, agriculture equipment, ship engines and emergency compressors.
The Heavy Duty Form-A-Funnel™ is an exclusive product of New Pig Corporation and is available through NAPA, VIPAR Heavy Duty, ToolWEB, Duluth Trading, Aircraft Spruce and other distributors. (Part Number 18609) To see the Form-A-Funnel™ in action, go to http://www.formafunnel.com/ <http://www.formafunnel.com/>.
In 1985, New Pig invented the first contained absorbent, the Original PIG® Absorbent Sock, changing leak and spill management forever. Built around its award-winning Pigalog® catalog, innovative product line, and legendary service, the company has thrived. Now a multi-channel, multi-brand supplier of innovative liquid management solutions and industrial maintenance products to industrial, institutional, and government facilities world wide, PIG® products, services, and technical expertise help workplaces stay safe, clean, and save time and money.
The company’s 500 + page Pigalog® catalog features a wide variety of exclusive and innovative PIG® Brand products, including the largest selection of absorbent socks, mats, pillows, pans, and booms in the world. In addition, the expanding product line includes material handling equipment, personal protection apparel, spill response supplies, disposable and pre-moistened wipers, and other workplace safety products.
PIG® products and other quality brands are also available through its web site at newpig.com. Other channels offering PIG® products include all Safety-Kleen branches and NAPA stores, select Integrated Suppliers, and B-to-B E-Commerce exchanges.
For more information or a FREE Pigalog® catalog, contact New Pig at One Pork Avenue, Tipton , PA 16684 or call 1-800-HOT HOGS® (468-4647). The company’s e-mail address is email@example.com and website is newpig.com. PIG® products and other quality brands are also available through its web site at newpig.com. Other channels offering PIG® products include all Safety-Kleen branches and NAPA stores, select Integrated Suppliers, and B-to-B E-Commerce exchanges.
For more information or a FREE Pigalog® catalog, contact New Pig at One Pork Avenue, Tipton , PA 16684 or call 1-800-HOT HOGS® (468-4647). The company’s e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and website is newpig.com.
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