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Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company did more than build WWII submarines

Preserving the Past

The Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company is known as a major shipbuilder for the Great Lakes and for the construction of 28 submarines during World War II. But did you know that the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company diversified its efforts and repaired railroad...

Shiprepair: a financial balancing act

Shipowners have limited options to access financing for ship repair, given the capital-intensive nature of vessel repairs also represents a financial risk for shipyards, according to ship finance expert Ingmar Loges of UK-based shiprepair group Newport...

Wilson Sons Unveils Plan to Build Six Tugboats

Wilson Sons will start in the first quarter of 2021 the construction of six tugboats, at its shipyards in Guarujá (SP), helping to grow the company's fleet, the largest in Brazil today with 80 tugboats

“The new series will contribute to the renewal of the fleet and will facilitate support for large ships that will stop over the next few years at Brazilian ports. We will also be prepared for business opportunities in the oil and gas industry, such as...

China Shipbuilding Breaks Ground for new Shipbuilding Yard in Shanghai

China Shipbuilding Corporation broke ground on Monday for the construction of its newest shipyard which will be located on Changxing Island in Shanghai. It is the second phase of a project that is transforming the shipbuilding operations in Shanghai...


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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.