• 01:22

    WHAT IS THE HOLY SPIRIT AND HOW DOES THE HOLY SPIRIT LEAD US AND GUIDE US?

    in Religion

    WHAT IS THE HOLY SPIRIT & HOW DOES IT LEAD US AND GUIDE US?


    The Holy Spirit is far more than a bonus companion or benefit of our salvation. He is God. The Scriptures teach that the Spirit is in every way God. He is all-powerful, all-present, and knows all things.


    "The God that made the world and all things therein, he, being Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands; neither is he served by men's hands, as though he needed anything, seeing he himself giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; and he made of one every nation of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed seasons, and the bounds of their habitation; that they should seek God, if haply they might feel after him, and find him, though he is not far from each one of us; for in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain even of your own poets have said."


    (Acts 17:24-28)


    About 25-30 C.E. a mystical teacher named Jesus / Yeshua began to tell people about a spiritual realm in which the person who would be a leader must be a servant of all. He spoke of a definite re-birth into a Higher Consciousness. He spoke of a comforter that would come and lead us and guide into this spiritual realm.  Jesus indicated that his message consisted of a public (exoteric) message for all the people and an advanced (esoteric) teaching reserved for his people.



     

  • 00:32

    Pirtek USA meets with Franchise Interviews

    in Business

    We are meeting Morgan Arundel, President of Pirtek USA.  Pirtek is the fluid power system leader in sales and service, the only brand of its kind in franchising in the United States. Pirtek boasts nearly 400 units in 22 countries around the world, and has more than 30 years of experience in the hydraulic and pneumatic hose-replacement space. Powered by an industry-leading approach to sales and service and backed by a corporate center passionate about its franchisees and customers, Pirtek offers unmatched service and logistics. In segment 2, we will hear a clip from our Great Quotes in Franchising podcast. 

  • 01:02

    The Once and Future Future

    in Technology

    Here we are more than a decade into the 21st century, and still no sign of a lot of cool future stuff:
    Moon colonies Underwater cities Rocket Airliners High-speed pneumatic trains Flying cities Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss futures that could have occured by now, but haven't. Will any of these futures ever become our reality? If so, what has to change to make them happen? (WT020)

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:30

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation of America

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 02:03

    Double Feature: The Comic Shoppe @6pm-Afronerd Radio @7pm!

    in Politics Conservative

    Join Daryll B, Captain Kirk and Dburt as they discuss the following sci-fi/fantasy/pulp related topics: a recent article from the Comic Book Resources site, finds displeasure in the the new direction (in continuity) the Wonder Woman series has taken pertaining to the Amazons specifically; Dburt finally gets around to seeing The Hunger Games; the crew opines on David Brother's piece from The 4th Letter in which he waxes on his hesitancy toward embracing graphic novelist, Mark Millar's new Black initiative; did Spiderman make an appearance in the latest Young Justice animated series and what exactly does it mean when comic book houses take liberties with a rival company's intellectual property? And lastly, we finally get a name for the proposed fourth installment of the popular Playstation video game console....watch out for Orbis in 2013.
    Next up, Afronerd featuring Captain Kirk at 7pm! Call in "live" (for both shows) at 646-915-9620 ....the topics up for grabs for this broadcast are: just a bit more on new developments concerning the Trayvon Martin tragedy; talk of new "tube" transportation technology, that mirrors New York's Beach Pneumatic Transit line from more than a century ago; for our Blue Area/positive spin segment-Magic Johnson and his business partners purchase The LA Dodgers for a cool 2B and lastly, the Black Voices site highlighted a piece centered on the quest of a Portland, Oregon sportscaster to become the first contestant of color to be the main focus of the 17th season of The Bachelor. info forthcoming!

  • Pneumatic tools and armature made in Paris by Westward Group

    in Business

    A pneumatic tool or air tool or air powered tool or pneumatic powered tool is one type of power tools, driven by compressed air, supplied by an air compressor, one type of gas compressors.


    Types of Pneumatic Tools



    Air impact wrench
    Air ratchet
    Airbrush
    Blow Gun
    Jackhammer
    Pneumatic angle grinder
    Pneumatic drill
    Pneumatic jack (device)
    Pneumatic nail gun
    sandblaster
    Paint sprayer


    Common Brands



    3M
    Atlas Copco
    Campbell Hausfeld
    Central Pneumatic
    Compair Broomwade Ltd
    DeVilbiss Air Power Company
    Dotco,Cleco,Buckeye by Apex Tool Group
    Florida Pneumatic
    Husky (tools)
    Ingersoll-Rand
    Mac Tools
    Master Palm
    Master Power by Apex Tool Group
    Matco Tools
    Porter-Cable
    Snap-on
    Superior Pneumatic


    ISO 9001:2008 Certified Pneumatic Tool Manufacturers


    It is also important to know while there are many tools distributed in the market, many of them are not ISO certified and may not be used in the industrial sectors where ISO 9001 certification is required. 


    The current ISO 9001 version used in tooling industry is ISO 9001:2008. There are many manufacturers globally who make ISO 9001:2008 certified pneumatic tools with CE Marking for other major pneumatic tool brands:



    Master Air Tool Co., Ltd
    Chicago Pneumatic

  • Westward Group Pneumatic tools and armature made in Paris

    in Work

    Powered Hand Tools - Pneumatic Tools - Basic Safety


    What are pneumatic tools?



    Pneumatic tools are powered by compressed air. Common types of these air-powered hand tools that are used in industry include buffers, nailing and stapling guns, grinders, drills, jack hammers, chipping hammers, riveting guns, sanders and wrenches.


    How do you use pneumatic tools safely?



    Review the manufacturer's instruction before using a tool.
    Wear safety glasses or goggles, or a face shield (with safety glasses or goggles), and, where necessary, safety shoes or boots and hearing protection.


    How should you handle air hoses?



    Use the proper hose and fittings of the correct diameter.
    Use hoses specifically designed to resist abrasion, cutting, crushing and failure from continuous flexing.


    What should you avoid with a compressed air?



    Cleaning with compressed air is dangerous.
    Two acceptable methods of meeting the "below 207 kPa (30 psi)" requirement are illustrated below.


    As a distributor of standard parts for industrial companies, here are some proper basic principles of activities were quality of products supplied, flexible price policy, promptness of deliveries and goodwill toward our customers that provide by our company.

  • 00:59

    The Extreme Truckers Show

    in Automotive

    The Extreme Truckers Show Live from Nashville March 31st. This week's product packed show will feature exciting news from the Mid America Truck Show (MATS) in Louisville, Kentucky. Eric welcomes Pro Max by Dunamis COO Steve Kovey, and Director of Sales and Marketing Rick Werner, manufacturer of auxiliary power heating and air conditioner systems. Then hold on for a POSITIVELY LIVE special entertainment segment from the always unpredictable Louisville Hooters girls. Marvin Spehar, Marketing Communications Manager from Chicago Pneumatic drops by to take your calls and discuss the latest additions to their quality line of air tools, and Greg Cox National Industrial Sales Manager from Bully Dog Technologies sounds off on the latest in fuel tuning equipment. CALL IN AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION!

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