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Bigger is Certainly Better

Written by Don on Wednesday, 06 February 2019. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Bigger is Certainly Better

There is a saying that ‘bigger is better’ as they tend to stand out in a crowd. This can indeed be applied to many different aspects within our world today.

Twenty Years of Sparkling Performance!

Written by Don on Tuesday, 12 September 2017. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Twenty Years of Sparkling Performance!

As Primasonics International enters its 20th year, we can look back with some pride at how the company has developed and grown.

Ge-Alston Power (India) & Primasonics International Co-operation

Written by Don on Thursday, 22 September 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog, Latest News

Ge-Alston Power (India) & Primasonics International Co-operation

GE-Alston Power (India) has placed an order with Primasonics International for the supply of 16 Model Q4 (75 Hz) Sonic Soot Blowers together with ancillary equipment for their prestige project in Thailand.

The Sound of Success in the Land of Smiles

Written by Don on Thursday, 29 October 2015. Posted in Latest News

The Sound of Success in the Land of Smiles

To date, 2015 has been one of our most prosperous years here at Primasonics, both in terms of sales and also the growth of our distribution channels. With new agents representing us in Egypt, Finland and Thailand, our quest for "world domination" in the Acoustic Cleaning market has never been stronger.

In particular it is the latter of these recent appointments that has afforded us another great success story.

SONIC SOOT BLOWER v THE ‘EARTHLY’ METEOROIDS

Written by Don on Friday, 21 August 2015. Posted in Primasonics Blog

SONIC SOOT BLOWER v THE ‘EARTHLY’ METEOROIDS

There has been much excitement lately concerning the nightly meteorite 'show'. Personally I'm never able to stay up that late and those who did in my locality did not obtain such a good show as other areas. These meteors are caused by streams of cosmic debris called meteoroids entering Earth's atmosphere at extremely high speed. The majority are smaller than a grain of sand, so almost all of them disintegrate and never hit the Earth's surface. What we have seen lately has been intense or unusual meteor showers known as meteor outbursts and meteor storms. These may produce greater than 1,000 meteors an hour.

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