Archive for August, 2016
The industrial laundry industry is expected to reach revenues of $7.45 billion by the end of 2016. Most coin laundries can generate between $15,000 and $200,000 on an annual basis with a market of $50,000 to $1 million. Coin laundries are often smaller operations with around 2,250 square feet of space while larger industrial laundry facilities can be upwards of 30,000 square feet. These larger laundromats will often produce enough laundry to fill up to 30 laundry trucks. Even a family of four is capable of producing 40 pounds of laundry per week. Whether you’re running a smaller, corner business or operating on a factory-size level, one thing remains the same: your need for quality equipment.
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Two girls who waited. In a time when everyone is in a rush to do more sooner, the gold and silver medal winners of the Olympic Gymnastics All Around event proved that good things can come to those who wait.
While waiting for their turn, however, they trained harder than ever before and, most would say they were better than ever before. Ali Rasman is better than she was in London in 2012; Simone Biles is better than any other female gymnast in history.
While some may take offense to Olympic gymnasts being referred to as any kind of ladies in waiting, no one can argue with the fact that it is what you do with your time while you are waiting for the next opportunity to come your way. And while Olympic athletes may be accustomed to waiting and training for four years for their next worldwide st
When Godfrey Hounsfield of EMI laboratories and South African physicist Allan Cormack developed the computed tomography scan machine (CT scanning technology), they revolutionized the way the health field diagnosed patients. Before this day, doctors had to rely on the symptoms they could physically see, or put them through invasive surgeries to open the patient up and see what was going on, to give them a diagnosis. Often, the diagnostic testing itself was dangerous and just as bad for the patient as the condition that needed to be diagnosed to begin with.
How 3D Imaging Entered the Medical Field
In 1972, Hounsfield and Cormack made 3D imaging available by creating a machine that took hundreds of x-ray photos