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The filling machine has several advance features that match multiple filing requirements such as stuffing into a different range of containers, bottles, vials, and cans. The machine is constructed with high quality raw materials that are compacted together with elegant outlook, high speeds, and high cleaning capacity, longer service life, robust, strong structure, made from a stainless steel, passes for sealing, bottle setting that separate and adjust at the center of the powder filling stations.
Wall Ovens Additional Features Signature Soft-Arc Oven Door and Handle Design Glass Window Cook-2-Perfection® Technology Uses a diamond-design rear wall, plus stirring fan and turntable to heat your food evenly every time. Sure-2-Fit® Capacity Our 1.8 cu. ft. extra-large microwave will hold nearly any dish. Auto-Cook Options Cook display prompts you through Quick Meal options and Dinner Recipes. Yes Yes Ventilation System Hood Fan Exhaust Duct Exhaust Fan (400 CFM) Charcoal Filters (Recirculated Installation) Grease Filters Yes Convertible* 4-Speed 1 2 Accessories Metal Rack 36" Filler Panel Kit Stainless Steel – PN # MWFILKTSS Included Optional Specifications Color – Stainless Steel Oven Cavity Dimensions – Height Width Depth Product Dimensions – Height (Including Lower Extrusion) Width Depth (to Center of Arc - Including Rear Extrusion) Power Supply Connection Location Voltage Rating Connected Load (kW Rating) @ 120 Volts‡ Amps @ 120 Volts Frequency (MHz) Microwave – Watts @ 120 Volt input Convection – Watts @ 120 Volt input 40" Electrical Cable Shipping Weight (Approx.) 30" OVER-THE-RANGE CONVECTION MICROWAVE. Oven Cavity. Watts ... High standards of quality at Electrolux Home Products, Inc. mean we are constantly ...
Induction Freestanding Range EI30IF40L S Featuring IQ-Touch™ Controls & Induction Cooktop 30" induction FREESTANDING RANGE Control Panel Features IQ-Touch™ Electronic Oven Control Perfect Set® Element Controls Glass Front Display Electronic Clock & Timer Temperature Display Automatic Oven (Delay, Cook & Off) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Induction Cooktop Features Flex-2-Fit® Ceramic Glass Smoothtop 10" Induction Cooking Element – 2,600/4,000W 7" Induction Cooking Element – 1,920/2,540W 5" Induction Cooking Element 800/1,000W Warming Zone – 120W Hot Surface Indicator Light Yes 1 2 1 1 Cooking with induction is more responsive than gas or electric—you can instantly adjust the heat to a delicate simmer or bring it to a quick boil. Oven Features Capacity Hidden Bake Element Eight-Pass Bake Element – 3,500 Watts Eight-Pass Broil Element – 4,000 Watts Convection Element – 350 Watts Cobalt Blue Interior Self-Clean Options with Door Lock Perfect Convect3® Cooking Modes – Bake, Broil, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Convection Broil, Keep Warm, Slow Cook Baking Options – My Favorite, Rapid Preheat, Delay Bake, Convection Convert Luxury-Design® Lighting with 40W Halogen Bulb Luxury-Glide® Racks Deep-Sump Racks Conventional Racks...
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2014 Sierra Denali Pairs High-Tech Luxury and Capability Available 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8 will be most powerful pickup truck engine on the market DETROIT – An all-new 2014 Sierra 1500 Denali full-size pickup arrives this fall with an available 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8 that will produce an estimated 420 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque, the most power and torque of any light duty truck engine. Final SAE-rated power and torque numbers will be available later this year. Now entering its third generation, the Sierra Denali is the most luxurious and technologically advanced GMC half-ton pickup. Sierra’s 6.2L V-8 will also be available for Sierra SLT models this fall. With this engine, the Sierra is expected to have a class-leading maximum trailering capacity of 12,000 pounds. Like every 2014 Sierra, it offers more power and higher expected efficiency than its predecessor thanks to a trio of technologies including direct injection, active fuel management and variable valve timing. Design cues for the 2014 Sierra Denali follow the formula that attracted two-in-10 GMC buyers to Denali vehicles last year. On the exterior, the truck has a signature Denali chrome grille, unique 20-inch chrome wheels, unique interior decorative trim, a polished stainless steel exhaust outlet and body-color front and rear bumpers. Denali-specific interior details include script on the bright door sills and embossed into the front seats and real aluminum trim. Sierra Denali’s high-tech interior also features an exclusive eight-inch Customizable Driver Display that can show relevant settings, audio and navigation information in the instrument panel. Sierra Denali’s standard eight-inch Color Touch navigation radio with Intellilink, located above the center console, serves as the main hub for Bluetooth-connected phones and portable devices connected through five standard USB ports.
GMC has been and is now one of the most successful of the pioneers in the manufacture and sales of st commercial motor vehicles. The GMC brand is one of few of the original makes that have survived into the 21 century. The reputation of GMC truck quality, value, dependability and performance and the resulting user brand loyalty originated with the first roots of GMC products. It has been said that the roots of GMC Trucks go back to the 3 Rs of early truck development: Rapid, Reliance and Randolph. Truly, the first GMC trucks were Rapid or Reliance trucks with GMC nameplates. However, Randolph trucks apparently had little or no influence on GMC design. We start with the earliest root, the Rapid motor truck.Max and Morris Grabowsky formed the Grabowsky Motor Vehicle Co. in Detroit. They started building a commercial truck prototype with a single cylinder horizontal engine, 2-speed planetary transmission and chain drive with a seat over the engine. Top speed was 10 mph and capacity was 1-ton.The Grabowsky brothers completed their first truck but while testing it found it to be under powered. They then began building a second truck powered by a 15 hp 2-cylinder horizontally opposed engine with a drivetrain similar to the protoype.
The tragedy of September 11, 2001 was so sudden and devastating that it may be difficult at this point in time to write dispassionately and objectively about its effects on the U.S. economy. This retrospective review will attempt such an undertaking. The loss of lives and property on 9/11 was not large enough to have had a measurable effect on the productive capacity of the United States even though it had a very significant localized effect on New York City and, to a lesser degree, on the greater Washington, D.C. area. Thus, for 9/11 to affect the economy it would have had to have affected the price of an important input, such as energy, or had an adverse effect on aggregate demand via such mechanisms as consumer and business confidence, a financial panic or liquidity crisis, or an international run on the dollar. It was initially thought that aggregate demand was seriously affected, for while the existing data showed that GDP growth was low in the first half of 2001, data published in October showed that GDP had contracted during the 3rd quarter. This led to the claim that “The terrorist attacks pushed a weak economy over the edge into an outright recession.” We now know, based on revised data, this is not so. At the time of 9/11 the economy was in its third consecutive quarter of contraction; positive growth resumed in the 4th quarter. This would suggest that any effects from 9/11 on demand were short lived. While this may be true, several events took place before, on, and shortly after 9/11, that made recovery either more rapid than it might have been or made it possible to take place.
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This chapter describes in some detail the many categories of activity types which may be assisted using CDBG funds. It also discusses a number of activities that may not be so assisted. The chapter also contains guidance on documenting compliance and making the best choice for selecting the category to carry out an activity when more than one may apply. The purpose of the chapter is to help ensure that grantees will: (1) use CDBG funds only for activities that fall under an authorized category of basic eligibility; (2) properly classify the activity; and (3) provide adequate documentation as required by the category it selects for each such activity. The importance of using CDBG funds only for eligible activities is selfevident. The proper classification of each assisted activity by one of these categories of eligibility is also important because the statute and regulations place specific requirements on particular categories and not on others. For example, there is a statutory and regulatory limitation on the amount of CDBG funds which may be used for activities assisted under the category of Public Services. Some services that are assisted under the program may also be eligible under a category other than Public Services and, if properly classified by the grantee as such, would therefore not be subject to the 15% public service cap. There is also a limitation on the amount of CDBG funds which may be used for activities under the categories of Planning and Capacity Building and Program Administration. Likewise, there are other categories under which these types of activities might also qualify and thus not be subject to that cap.
Received April 8, 2006 Insulin resistance, defined as an attenuated or inadequate response to a given amount of insulin, is associated with a wide variety of conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes, essential hypertension, cardiovascular disease, polycystic ovary syndrome, non-alcoholic fatty liver, breast cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Although pharmacological options for the management of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes have been increasing, not all patients benefit, as the cost of prescription medications is often beyond the financial capacity of many patients. A potential new approach is the use of antioxidants. The objectives of this review are to discuss the scientific rationale for proposing the evaluation of antioxidants for insulin resistance, and to provide an update of intervention studies, with an emphasis on clinical trials, in which antioxidants have been tested. Briefly, this approach capitalizes on emerging data implicating lipid oversupply, chronic, lowgrade inflammation, and oxidative stress as root causes in the development and exacerbation of insulin resistance. Key words Antioxidants - diabetes - insulin resistance - lipoic acid Insulin resistance, defined as an attenuated or inadequate response to a given amount of insulin, is associated with a wide variety of conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes (T2D), essential hypertension, cardiovascular disease, polycystic ovary syndrome, non-alcoholic fatty liver, breast cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) 1-3. An individual with insulin resistance is strongly predisposed to an increased risk for life threatening clinical conditions including T2D, and the metabolic syndrome 4 (also known as the insulin resistance syndrome 5). T2D has reached epidemic proportions in the US and worldwide (>18 million and 160 million individuals, respectively), and is projected to increase dramatically 6. There are an estimated 50 million individuals (US) and 314 million individuals (worldwide) with the metabolic syndrome 7,8 .