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Tramp Iron Grate in Housings (TGH) incorporate Erium [TM] Ceramic, Rare Earth or Xtreme [TM] Rare Earth magnet material to remove ferrous contaminants from free flowing products as it cascades through rows of magnetic grates within a custom-manufactured housing.
The 5710C has a square-shaft rotor and large grate area that enables it to produce materials to exact specifications, according to a press release from the manufacturer.
This is easily seen in front wall castings and bottom grate castings," he says.
With the help of a tow truck, Peterson and some fellow officers removed the grate and used a vegetable strainer to lift the ducklings to safety.
has reported that 20,739 square feet of recent transactions were closed by Jan Grate.
FUNCTION: 'It's easy to use but you always seem to grate your knuckles or catch your nails.
Thus, the iconographic narrative would seem to be this: the turbulent water pours down the steps and out of the Puritan domestic structure, through the grate at the base of the stairs, and metaphorically through the culvert pipe, into the underground where it is redeemed - an allegory of leaving home, leaving the Church, slipping through the cracks, and finding salvation in the counterculture of the underground, which is symbolized by the disorderly common beauty of the tide pool teeming with life.
a private property manager recently chopped a deep gash in the trunk of a healthy linden tree in order to install a grate.
Healthy brains may employ one anatomical mechanism to assess unconsciously the orientation of objects, such as the alighnment of a block or grate, and another to make conscious judgments concerning orientation, the researchers propose in the just-received September PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE.
Eriez Magnetics Europe manufactures and utilises these Magnetic Tubes in powerful Grate configurations including the new Kwik Clean design.