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Essentially, the researchers believe that SIRHA processing is an effective way to produce pasteurized almonds that have a quality similar to those processed using hot air.
The RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon is an integral part of our company's storied history and has played a significant role in RE/MAX becoming the No.
Today, it's recognized as the largest corporate hot air balloon fleet in the world with 108 balloons in 26 countries on six continents.
Schools interested in arranging for a visit from the RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon can contact the RE/MAX regional office, 847-428-4200.
Leister Process Technologies is recognised as the market leader in industrial hot air applications and operates a global network of more than 120 sales and service centres in over 60 countries.
I fly for Pioneer Valley Balloons, a hot air balloon ride company in Northampton.
The hot air edgebander emits a forceful stream of hot, compressed air through a slot nozzle, directed onto a reactive layer of edgeband material, activating an adhesive that bonds the banding to the panel edge.
But our most exciting technological investment in 2013 was on the production end--Closet America purchased and put into production the first hot air edgebander in the United States.
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COLOURFUL balloons of all shapes and sizes scattered across the skyline of southwest England as 103 hot air balloons took part in a mass launch.
The Balloons and Tunes Hot Air Balloon Festival, organised by KP Promotions, is expected to attract thousands of people, including hot air balloon enthusiasts.
Meanwhile, Captain Tareq Al Omari, a Jordanian hot air balloon pilot of 21 years, said hot air balloons, if properly flown and maintained, are a safe means of recreational flying.