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By using the LFP Inox level sensor, the bottling line tank levels were kept consistently topped up to enable gravity feed of the bottles on the 100+ unit-per-minute lines.
For more information, contact Packo Inox at Cardijnlaan 10 Industriepark, 8600 Diksmuide, Belgium; telephone: 32-51-519280; fax: 32-515192 99; or Kiremko at P.
King Inox Automobile is going to invest 350,000 euros of its own resources in the reconstruction of the machinery and infrastructure," said Slave Jordanov, director of the company.
8220;WOW… Within minutes #INOXCCC started trending in India J” tweeted Subhojit from Kolkata, an ardent INOX fan and follower who goes by the handle, @Zinccky.
Due to the tense situation at theatres that were to release the film, owners of multiplexes like Big Cinemas, PVR and Inox, as well as single theatres have bowed under Sena's pressure and decided to postpone the release of the film in Mumbai.
The drainage pump Master Inox is designed for use in applications where conventional pumps are destroyed quickly, due to the extreme pH values in the fluids.
50, all stand up well, even when not on their inox dining table, pounds 225.
The company's Inox collection gets two new items in the Steam Cuisine and T-Fal's first-ever rice cooker.
The jacob inox Line is an elegant system of stainless steel wire and interconnecting bolts which can be used on a facade to retain and secure climbing plants.
Contract notice: Construction and installation of inox elements for the restaurant kitchen of the restaurant on the ground floor of the new part of the former facility of Commercial bank (Palace ASNOM).
The contract for this project was awarded by REMCL to INOX Wind Limited in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan.
The latest generation of innovative INOX valve bodies from Bilrkert can eliminate the need for a large number of pipe sections, bends and connections in complex interfaces.