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Mixer for continuous processes. The mixer is suitable for mixing a wide range of powders, flakes and granulates and also viscous products. Spraying with liquids and thermal processes are very effective. Easy to clean. The GCM is suitable for very difficult mixing tasks.
Next in the list of Construction Machines is Crane. It is used to lift construction materials from one place of the site to the other part of the site. It comes handy when one needs to transfer the materials from ground level to above floors. Different types of Cranes which are generally used in Building Construction are:- Mobile Cranes, Tower Crane, Truck Mounted Crane.
Next in the list of Construction Machines is Concrete Pumps. These are the machines which transfer a large amount of concrete through means of the pipe to the site of application. These come handy in situations when the application site is not easily accessible by other means of delivery.
INDIA POST RELEASED STAMP ON THE NAME OF HOLY CROSS CHURCH MAPRANAM
India Post released a commemorative stamp in the denomination of Rs 5 on Sacred Holy Cross Church at Mapranam on September 14, 2009, with the picture of Church and Candles. Mapranam is situated in the rural ambience of Thrissur District, in Kerala. This church was established in 928 AD and is among the oldest Churches in the country.Holy Cross Church Mapranam is the only Church in Kerala honoured in this kind among all the Christian Rites and the only Syro-Malabar Church all over the world. The Church is a part of Irinjalakuda diocese and is a historically and archeologically renowned pilgrim centre. It was recently renovated and attracts worshippers beyond religious barriers. Design and construction of Façade for this Church was done by Mr. Rapheal Vadukoot, with a proper blend of Kerala, Roman & Mughal architecture to highlight the harmony of all the religious population in that area. The Holy Cross Church, Mapranam, Thrissur is one of the few churches in Asia which has received the relic of the Holy Cross, part of the Holy blood of Jesus Christ and the blood stained Holy Cloth used by Veronica to wipe the face of Jesus Christ, all donated from Vatican by the order of the Pope. Founded in A.D 928 it is one of the oldest churches in Kerala state, India. North of it lies Karuvannur River, the Arattupuzha Temple and the churches of Pallissery and Panamkulam. The offering of candles is the main ritual here and the annual ceremony is called Thirithelikkal (Candle Lighting). A candle made at this Church has been included in the Limca Book of Records as the largest candle in India. According to the book the candle has a weight of 1,079 kg and a height of 22 ft. On September 14th every year Christians all over the world celebrate the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and this same day Mapranam Church celebrates the main feast in the name of the Holy Cross. Alka sharma designed the Stamp, the First Day Cover and the pictorial first day postmark. Brochure containing write-up and technical data were issued on the occasion. The First Day Cover and the Brochure are priced at Rs 2 each. India Security Press, Nasik printed 0.4 million stamps by wet offset process in the sheets of 40.
BIBLE TOWER - THE TALLEST CHURCH TOWER IN ASIA
Bible Tower, the tallest church tower in Asia was inaugurated on January 7th, 2004. The tower, which is about 260 feet tall, is situated in Thrissur, Kerala, India. The present church, known as the largest in Asia was built on the plan of His Ex. Mar Francis Vazhappilly. It took eleven years under the supervision of the famous Engineer Jnanaprakasam and the superintendent Ambros to almost complete the construction of the new church. When they built the church they also built two bell towers in the front of the church in 140 feet and envisaged another bell tower in the back of the church more than 200 feet. The reconstruction of that bell tower started on 22nd April 2002, when the present Auxiliary Bishop of Thrissur Mar Andrews Thazhath was the Rector of the Basilica. The original plan was modified by a leading consultant from Cochin, to add a viewers? platform at 160 feet height, which can accommodate 250 persons, and a passenger lift. The Current elevation drawing for this new tower and all the architectural features on the façade was recreated by Mr. Rapheal Vadukoot, to suit the existing side towers and the church architecture itself. He along with his team offered the artistic talents in preparing the moulds required for the finishing elements, in order not to miss any of its design essence.