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Dramm receives the 100,000 pulsFOG

The Dramm Corporation has received the 100,000 pulsFOG produced by Dr. Stahl & Sohn, located in Germany.

“It is a great accomplishment to know that pulsFOG has produced its 100,000 machine,” said Chairman Kurt Dramm.


From left to right: Canada Sales Manager, Louis Damm; Chairman Kurt Dramm: CEO, Hans Dramm; and Executive Vice President, Kurt Becker

A pulsFOG rapidly applies insecticides, fungicides and disinfectants as a fog in greenhouses, poultry barns and hog farms.

The 100,000 pulsFOG machine was produced in October 2016 and received by Dramm in November 2016.

The Dramm Corporation is the exclusive importer for USA & Canada for pulsFOG Machines since 1979.

For more information:
Dramm Corporation
2000 North 18th Street
Manitowoc, WI 54221
www.dramm.com

Publication date: 1/2/2017

 


 

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