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text 2018-10-30 02:39
This multi-silo installation is one amongst several we have complete

KraussMaffei has added a different ergonomic design and an expanded swivel range of as long as 90 degrees to its new controls mould carrier.. The actual aluminium silos are identical, fitted with load cells and telemetry for easy content management and stock re-ordering. ". Recognise Barton,


Managing Director of Barton Fabrications claimed: “We are seeing unprecedented demand for storage vessels through the UK plastics industry. The turning range is between zero as well as 90 degrees, both for foaming for reaction process machinery. This means that no additional degassing openings are needed.


Everything from design to finish happens in-house making Great Central Plastics one of the only manufacturers in the UK no one can produce such intricate plastic moulds with such a tremendously fast turnaround.Kiron Phillips, Income and Marketing Executive at Good Central Plastics said: “We are delighted to have delivered a really large order of complex products in rapid sequence span.


This multi-silo installation is one amongst several we have completed not too long ago. Wolfgang Frehsdorf, Head belonging to the Foam at KraussMaffei, said: “The mildew carrier has high flexibility, which includes a tilted clamp that is continually and individually adjustable. ”


The vessels are nine metres high which includes a diameter of 3. 5 metres and 40 load capacity used for storing plastic granules to compliment the plastic moulding industry. The new mould carrier might be used for polyurethane encapsulation associated with steering wheels. The 90-degree foam position permits the mould to vent air throughout the separating half. Less waste is produced along with the material usage is reduced

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review 2018-09-10 02:35
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie - Laura Joffe Numeroff,Felicia Bond

You give a mouse a cookie and what does he want?? Everything! This story is about all the things a mouse could possibly want if you were to give him a cookie. First a cookie, then milk! I would use this book to explore sequencing or even cause and effect! 

Lexile: AD410L

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review 2018-03-28 19:54
Panacea by F. Paul Wilson - My Thoughts
Panacea - F. Paul Wilson

F. Paul Wilson is a favourite author of a bunch of my friends and one of them recommended Panacea to me, knowing I enjoy a good thriller.  And I did enjoy this one.  :)

It's a typical thriller in that there's a lot of action, a bunch of twisty turny investigations, bad guys with big guns and lots of power, good guys with a bit of mystery in their pasts, and a possible world-wide disaster to be avoided.  There's also a cute kid and some ancient mythology. 

The book reads lickety split, thanks to some great pacing by the author and chapters that don't run into the 30+ page realm.  I'm a firm believe that short chapters help give a book an aspect of  "can't put it down" or "just one more chapter before I sleep" type of thing.  The characters aren't really complex, but they are believable in a thriller sort of way.  And they're likable - well the good guys anyway - and that, for me, is important.  I especially liked Rick Hayden and his sense of humour.  I also liked him together with Laura Fanning.  There's going to be some romance, somewhere along the line, but there's little of it here, just the pair getting to know each other and starting to trust each other as they search.

I like the idea of ancient history and ancient mysteries being explored and the whole secret societies thing.  I find it all quite fascinating. 

Wilson, I think, is more known for his horror books - Repairman Jack and the like - but there's not much horror in this book.  One scene though.... near the end... well, I guess it was more gross than horror, but EWWWWW!  *LOL*

I think if you enjoy books like the Sigma Force books by James Rollins, you'll enjoy this.  I know I'll be looking to add Book 2 to my library.  :)

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review 2017-10-06 13:10
Invader (audiobook) by C.J. Cherryh, narrated by Daniel Thomas May
Invader: Foreigner Sequence 1, Book 2 - Daniel Thomas May,Audible Studios,C.J. Cherryh

I don't have much to say about this that I didn't already say in my review for the paper book and my review for the first audiobook. It was nice knowing all the things Bren didn't know this time around, and man I really wanted him to get some rest and read his post-surgery care instructions. I had forgotten how much of the beginning of the book involved Bren dragging himself from one problem to another when all he desperately wanted to do was sleep.

I continued to enjoy Daniel Thomas May's narration. As in the first audiobook, I loved him as Bren and was a bit iffier about some of his atevi voices. At any rate, I have the next four books in audio form and am looking forward to listening to them.


(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)

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text 2017-08-11 00:11
Reading progress update: I've listened 774 out of 997 minutes.
Invader: Foreigner Sequence 1, Book 2 - Daniel Thomas May,Audible Studios,C.J. Cherryh

"'The paidhi is very gracious,' Damiri said, and offered her hand, expecting his: he gave it, perforce, compelled to look up to a straightforwardly curious stare, a very solid handclasp. 'Scandal, scandal, scandal. I think it's a very nice, a very honest face, myself, and my aunt can swallow her salacious and doubtless entirely envious suspicions. -You're so exquisitely polite, nand' paidhi.'

'I- hope to be, daja-ma.'

'I may never get my staff back. They're quite besotted.'

'I- hope I've done nothing improper, daja-ma.'

'Bren-paidhi. They dream nightly of you doing something improper. I've heard the reports.'



The thought of Bren being an accidental atevi ladies' man makes me laugh every time.

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