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Kevin Jones


ST. LOUIS . . . Lincoln has introduced its new Model 3617 and Model 3618 Used Fluid Drains. Designed for use in shops with diaphragm pump or centralized evacuation systems, the drains were built to perform under heavy use.

The 3617 Used Antifreeze Drain and 3618 Used Fluid Drain have a male ¾-inch cam and groove connector located on top of the tank to provide a quick, clean connection to a shop’s used fluid evacuation system and to reduce the chance of spills. Other features include a 20-gallon (75-liter) capacity tank, heavy-duty steel construction and an extra-large 18-inch offset drain bowl with oil filter screen.

Drain height can be adjusted from 44 to 72 inches (110 to 180 centimeters) using the easy-to-grip, compression-style lock ring. Both drains feature a low-profile design to provide stability and have a fluid level sight gauge for convenience. Two 4-inch (100 millimeter) casters with ball bearing swivel construction and rubber tread combine with two 6-inch (150 millimeter) rubber wheels mounted to a solid axle for controlled mobility.

Please forward all reader service inquiries to:

Lincoln Lead Service
10785 Indian Head Industrial Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63132
Phone:  1.314.261.8600
Fax:  1.800.435.8849