Company's washdown duty stainless steel motors are approved for use in hazardous locations. The units are ideal for severe washdown duty and are UL approved for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups C and D and Class II, Division 1, Groups F and G environments. The motors are highly resistant to caustic liquids, vapors and dust, making them an excellent choice when safety, cleanliness and washdown tolerance are major considerations.
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There's an urban legend involving an ice fisherman who decides to use dynamite to blast a hole in a frozen lake. There are many variations of this story (apparently none are true) but in the interest of my pet-loving friends, I'm going to recount the version that does not involve an exploding Labrador.
Potato chip manufacturer Kettle Foods is heavily committed to sustainable practices, a commitment which has yielded uncommon benefits to the company itself, to its immediate communities, and to the environment at large. From humble beginnings selling natural foods to grocery stores out of the back of a van, Kettle Foods has grown to become a leading producer of potato chips, with plants in Oregon and Wisconsin.
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