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Kalle-Baker: Successes In Many Areas

“News from the Kalle Baker enjoyable the Watt crusts” have succeeded and are finally secured the bronze medal. At the hardest and dirtiest battle on the German North Sea coast, the Wattolumpiade 2010 in Brunsbuttel. The Wattleten of the Kalle-Baker teams have fought and won and will next year take up again, then to secure the first place. “This success continues on baked goods in the sector: at the 15th International bread competition in Austria Kalle’s huts crust could” convince; the experienced jury the WELS exhibition diegenuss”awarded 2nd place for excellent quality and condition the rye bread. In the evaluation, the evaluation of shape, bark, pore image, Crumb, smell and taste with incorporated. Of course, mark Riemann resting with his k-Baker team not on the success, but continue to work on improving the products and committed particularly in the regional context. PCRM understood the implications.

Kalle-Baker is the Heider landmark peace”(July 15-18) in this Year significantly support: plenty pretzels and cake will be ready for the 150 players at the open air theatre. “Hamad market peace”, which takes place every two years, always a real couple is getting married while celebrating a traditional Buernhochtied”according to ancient customs and traditions of the historic Festival guests are invited, with to celebrate and that will spoil Kalle bakery with cakes, pastries and savoury snacks. The success of the huts crust is safe also attributable to the ElisQuellWasserSystems, which has been used since September 2009 in the manufacture of bakery products; It is a form of water recovery, already successfully used by over 250 bakeries in the Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Austria and France. Normal tap water will be decalcified by a certain technology and the use of various crystal chambers not only, but more or less refined; After treatment, the water tastes like it came from a gushing torrent, what further processing and also the taste which will benefit from baked goods. Thus in terms of bread entirely improvers omitted, fermentation stability is improved and the batters are generally woolly”for the uninitiated: they are better to process.

The baked goods remain longer juicy and fresh and are especially tasty. Gets an investment so that the customer in the strict sense of the word to taste”. For this year is planned, this river”be of active water by his finishing to the processing than video.

DuPont? Typar: Rescue A Wonder Of The World

Ultimate solution for drainage of the St. Andrew’s Church in Kiev in Kiev is one of the St. Andrew’s Church – also known as Andreevsky’s Church – one of the symbols of the city. At the same time it is also with the architectural wonders of the world. Because the important historical buildings in the slides had come, work on the security and reconstruction began in August 2009.

In the meantime, the works are largely completed. Came to ensure a long-term functionality and stability of the system for the wall drainage the high highly tensile resistant and permeable geosynthetics of brand DuPont? DuPont Typar use. Andreevsky Church was built in mid-17th century to a design by F. B. Rastrelli, a famous Russian architect with Italian roots. It is the only building of this architect in the Ukraine, which was included in the catalogue of the “1000 wonders of the world” published in Germany in 2002. In the course of their history, the St. Andrew’s Church is been patched repeatedly but always only partially.

For many years, they were Earth Nr.31, mass on the slopes the main threat to the St. Andrew’s Church represents. To save the building, were the slopes “wedged”: they planted trees with reaching deep into the ground, forked roots. To prevent further slipping away of the Church, saving reconstruction on the basis of a project of the Kiev design office “UkrNGIproektrestavtatsiya” started on August 14, 2009. At this point, the master company “Osnova – Solsif” had brought already piles, as well as a reinforced concrete truss in the ground and started with the reconstruction of the walls. Because the Hill on which the St. Andrew’s Church was built, has strongly changed by erosion, historic geometrical parameters had to be restored to the location backup. The reconstruction measures is concentrated particularly on preventing the further erosion of the slopes, as well as the creation of a drainage system.