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Australia signs massive sub deal with French firm

The new class of conventially powered submarines will be based on Naval Group’s Barracuda nuclear subs

CANBERRA: Australia formally signed a US$50 billion (RM203 billion) contract with France to build 12 state of the art submarines Monday, a signal of the country’s willingness to project power across the Pacific. Prime Minister Scott Morrison hailed...

China's Crackdown on Pollution Is a Boon to the World's Shipbuilders

The world’s biggest shipbuilder sees China’s cleanup of its smoggy skies lifting prices of the vessels this year.

As China prioritizes dealing with the smog that has famously blanketed Beijing and other big cities, the world’s second-biggest economy is increasingly turning to liquefied natural gas as a replacement for coal for heating and other purposes,...

Chinese Naval Shipbuilding: Full Steam Ahead

In recent years, China has been building ships rapidly across the waterfront. Chinese sources liken this to “dumping dumplings into soup broth.” Now, Beijing is really getting its ships together in both quantity and quality. The world’s largest commercial shipbuilder, it also constructs increasingly sophisticated models of all types of naval ships and weapons systems. What made this possible, and what does it mean?

History and Drivers China’s shipbuilding industry enjoyed early and inherent advantages that its aircraft industry, for example, notably lacked. Unlike most other sectors, its infrastructure could not be physically relocated far inland as part of...

Falklands' fleet will have a new trawler freezer by the end of 2020

The new vessel will replicate much of “Monteferro”, but with improvements in haul and freezer capacities and a more potent engine

Galicia's Rampesca and the Falkland Islands RBC have ordered a new 63.7 meters long and 1.500 gross tonnage freezer trawler from Nodosa Shipyard, according to shipbuilding sources in Vigo. The new vessel is expected to replace the “Castelao”, and...


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Induction is like any other form of cooking, it uses heat. Therefore the results of induction heating have the same effect on food. The induction cooktop creates an electro-magnetic field that causes the metal of the pan itself to get hot.

Safety & Cleanliness

An induction burner turned on to full heat is still cool to the touch. As it heats metal, cookware will become hot, but the burner itself creates no heat. This makes induction much safer than traditional ranges. COCINAS BURAGLIA induction ranges have automatic detectors that shut off the burner when there is no pan present (electronic pot recognition), when the pan is empty (overheating protection), or when foreign objects fall onto the surface of the range indicator.