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Transporter gives hull cleaner

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Boat transporters Peters & May have joined forces with UK-based Waveblade to make a Waveblade WB1000 hull and boat cleaning power tool available to clients upon delivery of a new vessel.

Waveblade uses resonant wave technology to remove marine growth from hulls. Running off 12V DC power, the hand-held tool operates up to 15 feet under water.

Peters & May moves on average more than 4,000 boats annually for private owners and manufacturers by sea, air, road or rail.

For more information, visit www.petersandmay.com and www.waveblade.com.


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