Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Pollution Control's design and manufacturing group delivered these four different sized burn-ovens, each with widespread custom options, counting dual-fuel capability, in just 6 weeks. Jerry Simpson, the company's president, credits quick delivery time to combined employee manufacturing familiarity totaling over 300 years.

In an effort to improve employee protection, the client company began a vigorous program to replace their present cleaning technologies, which employed hazardous materials, with a safer, pollution-free cleaning method. Their investigate ended with Pollution Control Products Co. after an Wide Security Analysis of ovens and operating measures.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Shopping in India

India is a well known place for its arts and crafts. The arts and crafts have been perfected in India over the centuries. Traditions ,arts and techniques have been passed on from generation to generation making the techniques almost perfect. Each and every region, state, city and town in India has its own skills and their own style.
Shopping in India is a very good experience. Most of the items of India are appreciated throughout the world. Some of them are silks, spices, jewelry, handicrafts, silverware, antiques, carpets, leatherwork and so on. You can easily bargain and also we can get the products in reasonable price in India.Now we will provide a quick look into the main Indian shopping attractions and the famous shopping centers in India. Fabrics is another important thing in India.India is famous for many thing especially for its fabrics. The most popular Indian fabrics are silks, cottons, and wools etc.. The most famous places for silk in India is Varanasi, Kanchipuram, Murshidabad, Patna and Surat., The best place for the cotton is Rajasthan, especially cotton with the ‘tie and dye’ in bright colors and also popular is the Chennai, Chennai cotton known for its special ‘bleeding’ effect after a few washes. For wollens products,especially for the shawls, Kashmir is the perfect place.

Wednesday, May 07, 2008


An achene is a kind of simple dry fruit produced by many species of flowering plants. Achenes are "monocarpellate" (shaped from one carpel) and indehiscent (they do not open at maturity). Achenes have a single seed that almost fills the pericarp, however does not adhere to it. In many species, what we think of as the "seed" is really an achene, a fruit containing the seed.