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[22 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,559 views]

Appliance Recycling Centers of America (ARCA) Launches Santee Cooper’s
Refrigerator Rebate Program
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Appliance Recycling Centers of
America, Inc. (Nasdaq: ARCI) today announced that it is the official turnkey
provider for Santee Cooper’s Refrigerator Rebate Program.  ARCA will provide
the refrigerator recycling services, as well as issue ENERGY STAR® rebates,
for the utility’s residential and commercial electric customers in South
Carolina who participate in the energy efficiency program. The program is
scheduled to run for three (3) years.
Through the program, participating utility customers are eligible for a
variety of incentives that promote the use of …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 894 views]

The new NucleuS technology developed by AT&S is a method for volume production of individual printed circuit boards that makes optimal use of the production format and only connects them to their frames just before they are shipped out to assemblers for assembly.
PCBThe end product of printed circuit board (PCB) production is the panel, which consists of a number of printed circuit boards, as specified by the customer, held together by a frame. Once the panel has been completed by the PCB manufacturer, it is shipped to an assembler which …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,010 views]

CAPE CORAL: Cape Coral City Council on Monday voted four-to-three to install high-voltage above-ground power lines through the city’s business district.
The lines will run on the south side of Southeast 46th Lane from Del Prado Boulevard to Southeast Ninth Street.
Lee County Electric Cooperative officials say they are relieved because the current system is antiquated.
If the council didn’t make a decision, the LCEC was set to file a lawsuit on Tuesday.
Some city council members, however, aren’t in favor of installing the power lines, saying more time was needed, especially to gather …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 860 views]

Karachi, Oct 20 (PTI) The Pakistan cricket Board (PCB) will earn approximately USD 5.5 million from their tour to England next year when they play separate series against the hosts and Australia.
The PCB will be paid a participation fee of USD 3.6 million to play four Tests, five one-dayers and two Twenty20 matches against England and is guaranteed a minimum of USD 1.9 million earnings from the two Tests and two Twenty20 matches against Australia.
According to a memorandum of understanding between the PCB and the England and Wales Cricket Board, …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 43,948 views]

Test Research Inc. (TRI, TAIEX 3030) announced that the new TR9000 PCB AOI test system and repair station will be featured at the TPCA show to be held in Taipei, Taiwan from Oct. 21-23, 2009. TRI will also display a range of feature-rich test systems for printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) at TRI’s booth J116.
The TR9000 is an AOI (Automated
Optical Inspection) system designed for high-volume manufacturers of mainstream PCBs. Designed entirely in-house, the TR9000 implements TRI’s existing AOI expertise to inspect PCBs down to 35?ݭ (microns). Red and blue LEDs …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 831 views]

SHUNDE, CHINA: Gas appliances have been added to the Shunde show this year to help stimulate interest from external parties, according to Michael Dreyer of the show’s organiser, Koelnmesse.
Although gas appliances make up a large proportion of all manufacturing in the region, the focus of the show previously had primarily been on Shunde’s other great strength, small appliances. Dreyer said that because the demand was there, Shunde decided to introduce a dedicated gas section.
“Product here is very much concentrated on gas appliances on one side and small appliances on the …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 786 views]

DUBLIN–(Business Wire)–
Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6b12cf/domestic_electrica) has
announced the addition of the “Domestic Electrical Appliances (White Goods) in
Greece 2008″ report to their offering.
White goods (refrigerators, washing machines and dishwashers, kitchens, hoods
and vents, microwave ovens) are a significant part of the electrical and
electronic domestic appliances sector. The assessed market is mainly supplied by
a large number of importers. A rather small number of companies manufacture
specific sector product categories, while several of them also import appliances
from abroad. The key points of the study are presented in relation to the
demand, the supply, as well as the domestic …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 945 views]

In August, China announced that the country’s GDP grew by an astonishing 7.9% and claimed that a recovery was in full swing. But is it? And of great import for you—what will all this mean for molders around the globe?
China will reestablish itself quickly as the exporter with the lowest prices and will exert massive pressure on molders in key markets for molded products such as Europe and the United States. But for now we do not think that China will be able to quickly regain its former role as …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 839 views]

CLEARWATER, FL — 10/20/09 — Digital Lightwave®, Inc. (OTCBB: DIGL), a leading provider of optical networking test equipment and technology, today announced the USB FibreVu(TM) Probe, a digital video inspection probe for fiber optic connector end faces, and detection/analysis of connector defects.
With the USB FibreVu Probe, the user can see the fiber end face magnified on a PC screen or on a Digital Lightwave NIC’s color touchscreen with up to 1500x magnification. Adapter tips are available to support all common connectors used in telecommunications, including LC, SC, ST, FC, MU …

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[20 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 775 views]

ASHEVILLE — State officials say they are changing an alternative being considered for the Interstate 26 Connector at the request of city officials and residents, and will look at other suggested changes.
N.C. Department of Transportation officials said Monday they will study routing I-26 traffic underneath Patton Avenue just west of the Smoky Park Bridge, rather than relying on a bridge over Patton Avenue.
Members of a group that helped develop the so-called Alternative 4B said the shift dramatically improves chances Patton Avenue would become a route for pedestrians and bicyclists moving …