A new air scrapping tool is set to be used to remove a heavy metal from a diesel engine, an effort that will also help prevent other hazardous materials from getting into the air.
The device is called an air scrapper and it uses a metal wire to grab a small metal tube with a wire and pull it out.
It then releases the tube to create a small spray of clean air.
A small amount of the spray is sprayed onto the metal tube and is then sent to a container.
It’s a relatively simple procedure to perform, and it’s designed to be inexpensive, allowing the user to do it from home without having to invest in expensive equipment.
Air scrapping, or air-pumping, has been used for decades to remove metals from a vehicle, such as a diesel vehicle or a trailer, or even a vacuum cleaner.
In most cases, air-powered air cleaners are more efficient than those with electric motors, and in some cases the cleaner will actually get cleaner air out of a vacuum if it’s equipped with an electronic motor.
However, the device being proposed by the company AirScraper has the potential to be more environmentally friendly than any of these other methods.
The company says it uses “less energy, more oxygen, less carbon dioxide, less waste, and less toxins.”
The air scrappers, which can cost up to $1,000, are supposed to be able to clean air in as little as two hours.
The device is being tested in several countries, including Japan, Australia, the UK, the United States, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, France, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, China, and Singapore.
The AirScaper device can be installed in about two hours and costs about $1k.
It also has an air filter that can help remove some of the chemicals and particulates that come from the air coming into the vehicle.