Kiwa Bio-Tech Provides Positive Progress Report For 3rd Quarter Results; Company to be Featured at High-Tech Ag Expo

Yangling, Shaanxi, Oct. 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Corp. (OTCQB: KWBT) is pleased to issue a progress report regarding product sales for the 3rd quarter of 2019. Traditionally, the company’s third quarter is a key stage in completing its 2019 sales results. According to Xiaoqiang Yu, Director and General Manager of the Company, “As of the end of September 2019, the company’s traditional market sales reached nearly 40,000 tons in the third quarter” “The Zhouzhi Trinity model trial and Demonstration Park completed nearly 50 tons of sales and delivery. Although the third quarter results are still mostly supported by the traditional market, with the launch and implementation of the final link of the Trinity model, we believe that the sales performance of the Zhouzhi market will be greatly improved during the forth quarter this year and the spring of next year.” Added Yu. The Company’s Accounting and Finance Department also introduced that the Company is now in the final stage of restructuring and divestiture, which approved by the Board of Director the end of the last year. In order to take advantage of the valuable incentives agreed by the Yangling Fre...

eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],’totalmotorcycle_com-box-4′,’ezslot_3′,144,’0′,’0′]));Recognising the bond a rider forms with their first motorcycle, Kawasaki is proud to introduce the

eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],’totalmotorcycle_com-box-4′,’ezslot_3′,144,’0′,’0′]));Recognising the bond a rider forms with their first motorcycle, Kawasaki is proud to introduce the Ninja 125 and Z125. These two new models, designed to meet the requirements of European A1 licence holders, make it possible for teenagers to become Ninja/Z owners.eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],’totalmotorcycle_com-medrectangle-3′,’ezslot_7′,192,’0′,’0′])); As entry (or step-up) models to the exciting worlds of the Ninja and Z, it was essential that these new machines be fun to ride. The Ninja 125 and Z125 feature full power 11.0 kW (15 PS)† engines – the maximum allowed by A1 licence restrictions – in a full-sized chassis. This engine is rated in PS power units. Gross power is different from net power. Net power is generally less than gross, but varies with engine specifications. Gross power is a general measure to compare one engine to another, as to its overall capacity. Your specific engine net power rating will be different and most likely less than the rated power. eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],’t...

Conservation finance: Can banks embrace natural capital?

COPYING AND DISTRIBUTING ARE PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE PUBLISHER: SContreras@Euromoney.com Climate is no longer the only risk in town: thanks to a loud call from the scientific community, nature has finally been given a seat at the table with finance ministers, regulators and central bank governors. Tucked in a box that seemed almost an afterthought in the April inaugural report on climate change and financial risk from 42 central banks and observers, including the World Bank, OECD and the IFC, was a clear signal that measuring climate-related risk is only a starting point for the financial industry. The report from the new Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) said there were “compelling reasons” to look beyond climate risk to broader environmental risks. It raised concerns that environmental degradation could “cascade to risks for financial institutions” because “reduced availability of fresh water or a lack of biodiversity could limit the operations of businesses in a specific region” – businesses that banks are exposed to. Since April, heads of sustainable finance around the world say they have been in closed-door meetings with their central banks, regu...

NOSH Education is an on-demand, video-based learning tool designed for entrepreneurs and newcomers to the food

NOSH Education is an on-demand, video-based learning tool designed for entrepreneurs and newcomers to the food and beverage industry. BevNET’s Taste Radio, the podcast for the beverage, food and beer industries. New episodes every Tuesday. The company began down this path in May, when it announced it would be relocating its marketing and innovation teams from its corporate headquarters in Lakeville, Massachusetts to a WeWork coworking space in Boston. Along with the move, the company announced a spate of executive shake ups with the appointment of Rizal Hamdallah as Global Chief Innovation Officer, Katy Latimer as VP of R&D, and Chris O’Connor as VP of Marketing. Hamdallah, the former managing director of Tyson Foods’ Innovation Lab, is the architect of this new means of operation, and under his leadership, Ocean Spray developed the incubator and restructured how the company launches new brands. The incubation team now resides under Santi Proano, also formerly of Tyson’s Incubator Lab. Under Proaño are three “startup hackers”: Josh Weisman, former co-founder and CEO of baby product company Smilo, Niari Kevarian, former co-founder and CEO of Zoos Iced Greek Teas, and O...

Motorcyclist hospitalized after crash involving farm tractor in Suffolk

SUFFOLK, Va. – Police are investigating after a motorcyclist was taken to the hospital due to a crash on Sunday. Officials responded to an accident involving a farm tractor and a motorcycle at the intersection of South Quay Road off Route 58 and OKelly Drive. Following emergency medical assessment and treatment by Suffolk Fire & Rescue personnel, the adult male driver of the motorcycle was transported via Nightingale to local hospital with potentially life threatening injuries. The accident remains under investigation at this time. No additional information is available for release. Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy • 720 Boush Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 • Copyright © 2019, WTKR • Scripps TV Station Group – The E.W. Scripps Co • Powered by WordPress.com VIP Aliminum Scooter Electric Scooters, Electric Bike, Carbon Fiber Electric Scooters – Motorow,https://www.motorow-tech.com/

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of 2707 Hyper-Duplex Stainless Steel by Marine Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilm

Thank you for visiting nature.com. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser (or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer). In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and JavaScript. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) is a serious problem in many industries because it causes huge economic losses. Due to its excellent resistance to chemical corrosion, 2707 hyper duplex stainless steel (2707 HDSS) has been used in the marine environment. However, its resistance to MIC was not experimentally proven. In this study, the MIC behavior of 2707 HDSS caused by the marine aerobe Pseudomonas aeruginosa was investigated. Electrochemical analyses demonstrated a positive shift in the corrosion potential and an increase in the corrosion current density in the presence of the P. aeruginosa biofilm in the 2216E medium. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) analysis results showed a decrease in Cr content on the coupon surface beneath the biofilm. The pit imaging analysis showed that the P. aeruginosa biofilm caused a largest pit depth of...

Here’s What to Know About IQOS: A Device That Heats, But Doesn’t Burn, Tobacco

After a two-year wait, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday green-lit the sale of a new gadget that heats tobacco instead of burning it. The device, which is called IQOS (pronounced EYE-kose) and made by Philip Morris International, works by heating tobacco-filled sticks, called Heatsticks, to produce a nicotine-rich aerosol. The FDA’s decision means the device may now be marketed in the U.S. — but even though IQOS has been shown to produce fewer of the cancer-causing chemicals found in traditional cigarettes, the FDA has not yet approved a separate application to call IQOS a lower-risk alternative to cigarettes. It’s also not entirely clear whether IQOS will help smokers quit. Philip Morris USA and its parent company Altria will sell IQOS in the U.S., according to a company release, and it will first be introduced in the Atlanta area in 90-120 days, an Altria representative told TIME. Specific pricing information is not available, but the spokesperson said it will be “priced to incent” adult smokers “who are looking for alternatives to cigarettes.” Here’s what to know about the IQOS device — and why some public-health advocates are concerned that teens will illegal...

Global Flanged Check Valves Market : Individual Growth Trends, Future Prospects, And Their Contribution

The given report is an excellent research study specially compiled to provide latest insights into critical aspects of the Global Global Flanged Check Valves Market Market by INNOVATE INSIGHTS. The worldwide market for Global Flanged Check Valves Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly over the next five years, will reach million US$ in 2024, from million US$ in 2019, according to latest industry study. The Global Global Flanged Check Valves Market Market pursuers will discover this report exceptionally advantageous in comprehension the Market showcase in integrity. The angles and data of the report utilizing figures, structured presentations, pie graphs, and other visual portrayals. This escalates the Global Flanged Check Valves Market Market pictorial portrayal and furthermore helps in getting the Global Flanged Check Valves Market Market business actualities much better. The Global Flanged Check Valves Market Market advertise is probably going to develop at a noteworthy CAGR. The principle goal of report is to direct the client comprehend the Market advertise as far as its definition, order, potential, most recent patterns, and the difficulties that the Global Flanged...

DIY Workshop: How to refret a vintage Fender guitar

Getting old frets out is generally a lot harder than getting the new ones in. Here’s how to refret a vintage Fender with a little lateral thinking. Prior to the mid-1980s, Fender used a machine that installed frets sideways. Rather than hammering or pressing them into the fingerboard in the traditional way, they were inserted at the bass side of the ’board and pulled through the slot using a foot-operated device. Doubtless this was one of Leo Fender’s ideas for streamlining production and dispensing with the need for specialist workers, but it’s important to consider if you’re planning on replacing the factory frets of any Fender guitar or bass made before 1982 – or 1985, according to some accounts. If you attempt to pull the frets out in the usual way, you’re likely to do a lot more damage to the fingerboard than you’d expect during a non-Fender fret extraction. Fretwire has a curved section on the top, known as the crown. It’s the part that remains visible when the frets are installed. Beneath that, there’s a thin section known as the tang, which is intended to sit inside the fret slot. Along the sides of this tang are barbs, which grip the sides of the fret slot so the fret r...

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For more than 137 years, we have been dedicated to shining a light on the issues that affect, engage, benefit and empower our local community. Copyright © var today = new Date() var year = today.getFullYear() document.write(year) • Wick Communications Mark Rackay is a freelance writer who serves as a Director for the Montrose County Sheriff’s Posse.  For information about the Posse call 970-252-4033 (leave a message) or email info@mcspi.org Mark Rackay is a freelance writer who serves as a Director for the Montrose County Sheriff’s Posse.  For information about the Posse call 970-252-4033 (leave a message) or email info@mcspi.org My first survival tool was presented to me on my 8th birthday. It was a pocket knife with several tools, besides the blade. The accessory tools consisted of a small awl, can opener, bottle opener, a standard screwdriver bit and a cutting blade. The first thing to notice was that my grandmother was no fool. The blade, no matter how much I tried to sharpen it, could not cut peanut butter. I had no idea what an awl was used for and never really had much need for the other tools. That knife represented my first step in outdoor survival and independence. Wh...

Bigger, brighter, and blending better into their environments, today’s video walls are transforming the way we

Bigger, brighter, and blending better into their environments, today’s video walls are transforming the way we look at everything from entertainment to critical data. Of course, video walls are nothing new; they have been around for several decades, and for the most part, in two basic form factors. For spaces like control rooms, you had multiple bulky monitors stacked together. And for a select few locations—like scoreboards at the biggest stadiums and advertising spaces in the highest traffic areas like Times Square—early CRT-based, large-screen video boards gave a glimpse of the future, albeit at sub-VGA resolutions and extremely hefty price tags. As time passed, tube TVs gave way to LCD panels for multi-monitor video walls, and LED technology expanded the possibilities of seamless, expansive walls. Today, the bezels of the former have become so miniscule, and the pixel pitches of the latter so fine, that both form factors have converged on the ideal experience: a pure, unencumbered expanse of digital video. “The display industry is advancing because customers are realizing a digital video wall is a more efficient way to communicate with large audiences,” said Gary Feather, c...

“Maintenance engineers often ask RS for a small temperature sensor that can fit into tight spaces,

“Maintenance engineers often ask RS for a small temperature sensor that can fit into tight spaces, and that shows the measured temperature in situ, so they do not have to return to the control room to check it,” said the firm. As a result, the RS PRO infrared temperature sensor is 30mm deep and 31mm in diameter, with a side-entry cable to ease mounting in small spaces, and rated IP65 for water and dust-proofing. As well as sending its temperature reading as a voltage, it has a built-in backlit OLED display for local reading. Accuracy is said to be ±1.5% of reading or ±1.5°C, whichever is greater, with repeatability of ±0.5% of reading or ±0.5°C. “Its response time is just 250ms, allowing continuous monitoring by industrial process instrumentation via the DC voltage output,” according to RS. This voltage output can be configured as 0–5V, 1–5V or 0–10V, with adjustable temperature range scaling, configured using built-in controls on the sensor. Alongside the analogue voltage, there is an open-collector alarm output that offers adjustable temperature threshold and hysteresis. “As supplied, the sensor is set up to measure non-reflective surfaces such as paper, plastics, rubber, woo...