strobic

strobic

(ˈstrəʊbɪk)
adj
(General Physics) spinning or appearing to spin
[C19: from Greek strobos act of spinning]
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NasdaqGM: CECE), a leading global environmental technology company focused on critical solutions in the air pollution control (APC), energy and fluid handling and filtration industries, announced today that its Strobic Air subsidiary recently expanded its fume exhaust product portfolio to include the new Mono-Stack fan.
Masereel created "images of stark simplicity that isolate in a single moment (as in painting) bold gestures and incidents (as in drama) that follow one another in successive frames (as in film)," another commentator remarks, "to create a slow, powerful, strobic effect of declamatory images" (Donahue 23).
Michael Herr, a reporter during the Vietnam War, summarized this addiction: "[Under fire] maybe you couldn't love the war and hate it inside the same instant, but sometimes those feelings alternated so rapidly that they spun together in a strobic wheel rolling all the way up until you were literally High On War like it said on all the helmet covers.
Aerovent Inc, Piqua, OH Beckert & Hiester Inc, Saginaw, MI Buffalo Forge Co, Buffalo, NY Clements National Co, Chicago, IL Coppus Eng Corp, Worcester, MA International Industrial Fan I, South Boston, VA Kice Industries, Inc, Wichita, KS Alan Ross Machinery Corp, Northbrook, IL Strobic Air Corp, Bensalem, PA
July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR), announced today that the Company's Strobic Air business unit has received three orders with a total value of approximately $1.
De Hont, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR), announced today that the Company's Strobic Air business unit has received an order valued at approximately $3.
The system, which includes a Duall brand Hydro-Lance venturi particulate collector, several wet scrubbers, control panels, ducting, and Tri-Stack exhaust fans from Met-Pro's Strobic Air business unit, is designed to remove particulates and odorous vapors emitted from the food production process.
7 million of international orders for our Strobic Air subsidiary announced earlier this month, is another example of Met-Pro's broad international reach and allows us to remain optimistic that circumstances are indeed improving for the release of other large projects we are pursuing.
Strobic Air will supply a total of 11 Tri-Stack fans, all of which will utilize Strobic Air's patented Acoustical Silencer Nozzle and Acoustical Windband technology, allowing the university to meet local air quality regulations.
For this project, Strobic Air will supply a total of nine Tri-Stack fans mounted on three Energy Recovery Units.
The fans, which will provide highly efficient laboratory fume hood exhaust, and the Energy Recovery Units, which will capture energy being exhausted from the building so it can be reused to heat the facility, are both part of Strobic Air's many solutions in support of green initiatives demanded by the marketplace.
The chemical scrubber system, which will utilize a TRI-STACK(TM) mixed flow exhaust fan from the Company's Strobic Air business unit, and horizontal centrifugal recirculation pumps manufactured by the Company's Fybroc business unit, is expected to ship in the second quarter of the Company's current fiscal year ending January 31, 2011.