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Milling equipment, mineral processing equipment and building materials equipment. And they are mainly used to crush coarse minerals like gold and copper ore, metals like steel and iron, glass, coal, gravel, etc

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Milling equipment, mineral processing equipment and building materials equipment. And they are mainly used to crush coarse minerals like gold and copper ore, metals like steel and iron, glass, coal, gravel, etc

Henan Mechanic Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd., the former Henan First Machinery Factory, founded in Henan Zhengzhou- China machinery manufacturing capital in 1982, is a large joint-stock company specialized in manufacturing heavy mining machinery and civilian machinery; it has six production bases with an area of 240,000m2, more than 2000 existing employees, 160,000 m2 standardized heavy industrial plant, and about 500 sets of big and medium sized processing, riveting, welding and assembly equipment. After 30-year construction and development, Mechanic has become famous production and export base of mining machinery and civilian machinery in China

This customer is working with us for a long time,his first order is the limestone grinding plant for steel desulphurization, since then he's always buying equipment from FTM, this order is a largest Raymond mill

stone crushing,ore processing,powder making - peakedness

surprising things made in each american state

Though they're not making many more today, Alabama, and specifically NASA's Space Flight Center in Huntsville, is responsible for designing and assembling the Saturn V rocket, deployed in every Apollo mission and to date the only launch vehicle to take humans beyond low Earth orbit. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville now holds one of only three Saturn Vs on display throughout the world, while Alabama has since produced other leaps in technological progress, such as the Super Soaker

Alaska's biggest attraction is its untamed, frontierlike wilderness, which is also where it's most distinct souvenirs are sourced from. The Winking Moose, for example, is a Fairbanks-based fashion accessory retailer whose earrings, Christmas ornaments, necklaces, pins, and other trinkets are made from real moose feces — dried and odorless, of course. If scat-based jewelry isn't your thing, however, there are also skincare products made from glacial mud and horizontal ulu knives, a traditional Inuit and Unangan tool used for everything from hunting to igloo-building

Tucson's own SynCardia Systems produce the Total Artificial Heart, the first and only FDA-approved heart replacement. The pump is surgically installed to circulate blood and replace damaged ventricles, namely as an interim life-saving measure until patients can secure an available donor heart. On the lighter side, you can also buy Arizona-sourced emu oil, extracted from the flightless bird's feathers and used for diverse topical applications such as lip balm, sunburn, soap, and body lotion

surprising things made in each american state

Dan's Whetstone is a Hot Springs-based business that makes good use of Arkansas's many ancient quarries and other geological features. Since 1976, it's been cutting and finishing microcrystalline quartz Novaculite, also called Arkansas stone, into various grades and types of whetstone, used for sharpening any knife you might imagine — while also expanding its line to include more than 300 products, such as sandstone coasters, also sourced straight from America's Natural State

There's no shortage of products that have been made in the Golden State, including the nation's most famous wine and technology brands, but Green Toys is one company that feels both timeless and contemporary. Its 100% recycled toys reflect the state's eco-friendly reputation while also looking classically simple, whether it's a tugboat or jump rope. California is also notable for still boasting a large number of textile mills. Customers can still find domestically sourced options for all kinds of products, from denim jeans to luxury bedding

From its 20,000-square-foot facility in Colorado Springs, Tumbleweed Tiny House custom designs picture-perfect tiny abodes doubling as recreational vehicles from locally sourced parts and accessories. It seems the Rocky Mountain state has become something of a hub for alternative living accommodations, since it's also home to Freedom Yurt Cabins (also in Colorado Springs), the Colorado Yurt (and teepee) Co. in Montrose, and Growing Spaces, which builds geodesic gardening domes, in Pagosa Springs

surprising things made in each american state

Hole-filled Wiffle balls and the lightweight yellow bats they come with have been empowering children's playtime and reducing injuries on the ballfield since 1953, and to this day are still produced where they were invented, in Shelton. Elsewhere, the state's "Silver City" of Meriden is home to several craftsmen and companies continuing the regional tradition of producing high-end pewter and silver housewares

Another major contributor to the Apollo missions' success, ILC Dover has been the primary supplier of spacesuits for NASA for more than 50 years, with astronauts at the International Space Station currently sporting its hermitically sealed apparel. For those who aren't planning any interstellar travel but still want to enjoy something made in Delaware, there's RAPA Scrapple, whose Bridgeville plant churns out heaps of the mid-Atlantic meatloaf-like delicacy, made from pork scraps, cornmeal, and wheat flour, among other things

St. Augustine is distinguished both as America's oldest continuously inhabited city and the world's foremost producer of datil peppers. One purveyor of this spicy capsicum variety is the family-owned Old St. Augustine Gourmet, whose datil-based products include hot sauces, salsas, and seasoning mixes. The Sunshine state is also now home to the nation's only fully-integrated cane sugar company, Florida Crystals, whose production of organic sweetener now exceeds 7 million tons annually

surprising things made in each american state

Though more famous for peaches and pecans — not to mention Coca-Cola — Georgia also keeps the rest of the nation supplied with Vidalia onions. This distinctly sweet onion has historic roots in the town of Vidalia, where deliberate cultivation began in the 1930s, evolving into a state-regulated trademark and Georgia's state vegetable by 1990. Now, enthusiasts can even order ahead to receive their cut of the next spring's Vidalia harvest

Most things made in Hawaii wouldn't qualify as "unexpected," since they almost perfectly adhere to the state's stereotype as a laidback island paradise, whether it's surfboards, tropical fruit jams, or natural suntan lotion. There is, however, the pineapple wine varietals from MauiWine, which flaunts vineyard tradition to suit its tropical climate. Another island souvenir to consider would be the "wearable wood" products from Calabash, which include jewelry, wallets, backpacks, and baseball caps

Idaho has more than famous potatoes going for it — for example, there's the state gem, star garnet, which are purplish-red jewels that reflect four-ray stars and are commonly found in the sediment of local streams. These unique stones are rarely found at malls or other outlets but reserved for gem and mineral collections or custom-made jewelry, some of which you can purchase at Stewart's Gem Shop in Boise

surprising things made in each american state

Illinois is home to many manufacturers, but only the Lake Forest-based Solo Cup can claim ownership of the nation's most iconic house party utensil. Sales of the cups number in the billions annually. Many famous food brands such as Quaker Oats and Vienna Sausages are also headquartered and produced there, along with the NFL-aligned sports apparel company Riddell

Autocar lays claim to being the Western hemisphere's oldest surviving motor vehicle manufacturer, with corporate and manufacturing now based in Hagerstown. Responsible for building America's first truck in 1899, today Autocar has survived through production of custom-engineered, heavy-duty trucks for "vocational applications." That means that even if you've never driven in one, chances are you've at least heard an Autocar collecting your trash in the morning

A dead ringer for Santa Claus handmakes wooden kaleidoscopes of various shapes and sizes at The Kaleidoscope Factory in Pocahontas, Iowa. Visitors can watch owner Leonard Olson demonstrate how to make one in just a quarter of an hour, or browse through his in-house produced cribbage boards, puzzles, pull toys, toy cars, and more

surprising things made in each american state

Native Kansas clays are dug and processed into mugs, vases, and serving ware by Elk Falls Pottery, a family-owned ceramics store using techniques indebted to early American stoneware. For something a little more edible from Kansas, you might try Becky's Bierocks, a service that makes and ships meat-filled bread pockets of Eastern European origin across the nation

You probably don't think of busting a move when you think of Kentucky, but the state nonetheless produces 90% of the nation's disco balls at the Omega National Products plant in Louisville. Other items manufactured throughout the state include 3M Post-It notes, Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil, and the professional boxing rings used at venues such as Madison Square Garden

New Orleans-based artist Jean-Marcel St. Jacques made his name cobbling together "wooden quilts," salvaging wood leftover from Hurricane Katrina to help restore his family's historic home. He's not the only one in the Big Easy's artistic community who's transformed the wreckage of this natural disaster into art, as the authentically timeworn frames and mosaic boxes from Bergeron Woodworks demonstrate. Otherwise, most of Louisiana's proudest products are edible, from alligator boudin sausages and king cake to Tabasco and Creole spice mixes

surprising things made in each american state

The forests and Atlantic shores that dominate Maine's natural landscape also seem to dominate its production output. You can find sustainable tote bags and wallets made with recycled racing sails from Sea Bags and Flowfold, respectively; locally harvested kelp in edible and topical forms from Heritage Seaweed; sturdy dollhouses of pine, ash, and birch wood from Elves and Angels; and reliable outdoor gear from L.L. Bean

You can't experience Maryland without the seafood, but it can be hard for non-residents to get their hands on Chesapeake Bay crab rather than the cheaper competition sourced from Mexico and China. Luckily, there's Angelina's of Maryland, whose steamed crabs, crabcakes, crab soups, and other products are made with 100% domestic USA-sourced blue crab, averaging 75% or more from Maryland specifically. It also sells and ships Smith Island Cake, a regional and multilayered dessert delicacy

The Zildjian cymbals employed by symphony orchestras and rock 'n' roll bands alike have a rich history dating back to the 17th century Ottoman empire. Used in military parades and religious ceremonies, the pure-toned cymbals were produced by the same family by order of the Sultan from 1618 to the early 20th century, when Aram Zildjian fled the Armenian genocide and continued the family trade to further acclaim in Massachusetts. Today its cymbals are made at a factory in Norwell

surprising things made in each american state

St. Louis Park-based Nordic Ware has been responsible for many cookware innovations in its more than 70 years in business, including the first Bundt cake pan and automated food rotators for microwaves. On top of a reputation for durability, Nordic is also one of the only American cookware companies with products still made in America, resulting in more local jobs and a smaller carbon footprint

Cotton is an icon in the Deep South states such as Mississippi, for better and worse. On the better side, the local industry gets a decorative boost from Little Bales of Cotton, which sells miniature cotton bales, wreaths, and footstools, as well as tees made from the historic Delta crop. A more recognizable Mississippi brand, particularly for cooks, is Viking, which introduced the first professional-grade home range in 1987 and continues to manufacture top-of-the-line commercial and personal appliances from its Greenwood plant

During the reservation era, star quilts replaced painted buffalo hides as a symbolic gift among Native Americans of the northern plains to honor loved ones for special or sad occasions. Today Debbie Desjarlais makes cards honoring the complex and beautiful quilts sewn throughout Montana. Other Montana-based companies draw on their abundant ranchlands and natural resources to produce high-quality leathers, handcrafted woodworks, and mountain huckleberries prepared in every imaginable way

surprising things made in each american state

Plantworks International is the company responsible for outfitting some of Las Vegas's most notable casinos and other attractions with faux-horticultural arrangements — though if it's doing the work right, you probably haven't noticed. Its inherently fire retardant and warrantied artificial plants and topiaries have a large audience across the rest of North America, particularly in commercial buildings, as well

Inspired by the spiny cockleburs he encountered trekking through the Swiss Mountains, George de Mestral invented the hook and loop fasteners we better know by the brand name Velcro, with corporate and production headquarters now in Manchester. If you've ever witnessed firefighters in action or the workings of a fast food kitchen, you've also probably encountered other Granite State innovations without realizing it, such as Globe Manufacturing's fire suits and Pitco Frialators' fryers, respectively