In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for paper) trituradora femenino(for vegetables) cortadora femenino
- It consisted of a father and son who had a truck with a shredder on it.
- The DVD / CD shredder is a no-brainer to use and requires no technical knowledge of any kind.
- Urschel Laboratories Inc. designs and manufactures cheese shredders.
- A conveyor then drops the cheese down into the shredder where a set of knives spin at a high rate of speed to shred the product.
- They now have a bigger incinerator and have invested in fine shredders.
- When a trucker whose RFID card grants him port access approaches the gate, the gate goes up, and the tire shredders stay down.
- These tire shredders are incapable of shredding tires in excess of size 17 due to the diameter of the wire in the tire sidewall.
- In general, all garden shredders have a high watt motor and come with silent crushing system.
- On the basis that specialist equipment - bins, banks, balers, compactors, skips, shredders - and facilities are required, suppliers must have surety of payment.
- The DVD / CD shredder is able to destroy data at a very fast rate - up to 30 DVD / CDs a minute.
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