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The Sweet Side of Compressed Air

Strawberries

February 7, 2014 is National Wear Red Day® (US). While February 14 marks the annual Valentine’s Day celebrations, which are strongly associated with the color red, February 7 is actually a day to honor health. The American Heart Association (AHA) hosts National Wear Red Day® events, distributes

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Love Chocolate at Valentine’s? You Should Love Compressed Air Too…

Chocolate is a universal treat. It’s enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. Derived from the cocoa beans, it has historically been harvested in South America (where it originated); but today the African continent is the largest producer (accounting for roughly 66% of the global supply). Côte d’Ivoire

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Talk about the Weather…and Compressed Air

Writing for Compressed Air Best Practices, a leading publication on the utilization of and issues impacting compressed air across a broad spectrum of industries, Ron Marshall offers a selection of technical guidance from two key publications by Compressed Air Challenge. His article, “How’s the Weather in Your

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A Video is Worth a Thousand Pictures

Standardization is critical for manufacturing. A bolt made in Germany must fit perfectly with the threaded component made in Canada and then assembled in America. Without standardization this would not be possible. National standards organizations coordinate with their peers in other countries to insure that we all

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ISO and Compressed Air: Preserving Local Flavor for Chocolate and Coffee

A late-July interview between Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke and the International Standards Organization’s (ISO) publication ISO Focus+ addressed one of the most critical aspects of international standardization: how global stability in production, packaging, and shipping methods help secure local flavors in the market. Consumers in southern Europe,

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