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Graham releases informational videos

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The videos allow customers to learn more about the company's spray rigs.

| July 11, 2014

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. – Graham Spray Equipment, an international provider of custom spray units used in lawn and tree care and agricultural industries, just released three informative spray rig videos on its website. The videos allow prospects to learn more about the components Graham uses in constructing and customizing its spray units and to view the actual build of a spray rig.
 
“We’re excited about the videos,” said Dick Bare, owner. “They tell the story of the care and quality that goes into every spray rig we make in a way that pictures and words alone can’t. They also showcase our total commitment to service. I think anyone in the market for a spray rig will find them helpful in making an informed purchase.”
 
It can take up to 48 man-hours to build a Graham spray rig, but thanks to OxBlue Corporation, an Atlanta-based company that creates construction cameras and high-quality, time-lapse movies, viewers can watch a Graham HX600+100 be built from start to finish in just over 30 seconds. Two longer videos, each under four minutes, provide details about the 600+100 unit and Graham’s smaller 300-gallon skid sprayer, including customization, full-service offerings and durability of each unit.
 
Graham, whose tagline is, “Your Ideas Are Where We Start,” specializes in designing and building rigs to customer specifications. Constructed with Graham proprietary components and only a select few high-performance components from other manufacturers, Graham spray rigs can last as long as 20 years. Lifetime support also comes with the purchase of every Graham spray rig.
 
To learn more about Graham Spray Equipment’s rigs and services or to see the videos, visit www.GrahamSE.com or call 800-543-2810.

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