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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Akarmak

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Akarmak (Eskisehir, Turkey) is featuring its autoclaves, up to 5m diameter and 50m long. The product range includes small laboratory-type autoclaves as well as large production autoclaves.

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Akarmak (Eskisehir, Turkey) is featuring its autoclaves, up to 5m diameter and 50m long. The product range includes small laboratory-type autoclaves as well as large production autoclaves. The autoclaves are designed using advanced design tools and software meeting what is said to be high safety and quality standards. The autoclaves are manufactured with limited reliance on outside suppliers and carried out with experienced, highly trained and certified work force and technical staff.

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