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Fact of the week

Alexander Graham Bell, the Scottish-born scientist who invented the telephone in 1876, refused to have a telephone in his own study because he thought it was an intrusion on his work as a scientist.
Like a Natural Pearl Resting on a Teal Velvet Bed
Hormuz Island off the coast of Iran, attracts artists and geology lovers for its eye-catching red-ochre soil and its stunningly variegated geological formations.

In the Virtual Expo

TYRI Light Academy
TYRI Light Academy is a free platform with filmed lectures, webinars, articles and guides. To provide more knowledge about work lighting.

Fact of the week

Alexander Graham Bell, the Scottish-born scientist who invented the telephone in 1876, refused to have a telephone in his own study because he thought it was an intrusion on his work as a scientist.
Like a Natural Pearl Resting on a Teal Velvet Bed
Hormuz Island off the coast of Iran, attracts artists and geology lovers for its eye-catching red-ochre soil and its stunningly variegated geological formations.

In the Virtual Expo

The Durwen Dewiring Clamp SPBK
The Durwen Dewiring Clamp SPBK - for safe, cost effective processing of wired paper bales.

Fact of the week

Alexander Graham Bell, the Scottish-born scientist who invented the telephone in 1876, refused to have a telephone in his own study because he thought it was an intrusion on his work as a scientist.
Like a Natural Pearl Resting on a Teal Velvet Bed
Hormuz Island off the coast of Iran, attracts artists and geology lovers for its eye-catching red-ochre soil and its stunningly variegated geological formations.