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Airbus in Russia | Airbus, Commercial Aircraft

As of August 2015, 28 airlines in the Russia and CIS region are operating 340 Airbus aircraft, including the company's widebody and single-aisle jetliners.

Micronizer Jet Mill Overview | Sturtevant Products - Sturtevant, Inc.

Inventing the Micronizer® jet mill over 60 years ago makes Sturtevant both the ... No company has sold and engineered more fluid energy mills than the...

hosokawa-alpine.de: Fine impact mills and classifier mills

Jet mills · Classifiers and air classifiers · Kompaktors and Roller Presses · Particle design ... of numerous products and is employed in every branch of industry.

How Jet Mills Work | The Jet Pulverizer Company

Pulverization takes place in the central chamber of the Micron-Master® jet energy mill as the process material is driven at near sonic velocity.

RETSCH News & Events - Solutions in Milling & Sieving

The latest news from Retsch - Solutions in Milling & Sieving: Press ... Verder Scientific and the company Monitoring & Control Laboratories have formed a joint...

Air Jet Sieving Machine AS 200 jet for powdered materials - RETSCH

The air jet sieving machine AS 200 jet is perfect for sieve analyses which require efficient dispersion and desagglomeration. Request a free quote!

China and Russia are coming for Boeing and Airbus - May. 23, 2017

May 23, 2017 ... China's first big passenger jet completes maiden flight ... Russia's state-owned United Aircraft Corporation is also developing a single-aisle...

Aircraft industry of Russia - Wikipedia

Aircraft manufacturing is an important industrial sector in Russia, employing around 355,300 ... foreign countries, for example the manufacture of jet training aircraft had been assigned to Czechoslovakia, while Poland got light helicopters and...

Russia squares up to Boeing, Airbus with maiden jet flight - Reuters

May 28, 2017 ... A view shows an An MS-21 medium-range passenger plane, produced by Irkut Corporation, during a flight in Irkutsk, Russia, May 28, 2017.