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A small business owner in the Netherlands, who is passionate about hydraulic press technology and who has also built a few prototypes of his own, is now working on a commercial product.

The Dutch-based company, C-H, has teamed up with a Dutch firm to manufacture the first commercial hydraulic press for commercial applications.

C-P uses a hydraulic press to compress liquid at high pressure.

The pressure of the liquid is so high that it can be pressed against a hard surface to produce a solid object.

It can also be used for lifting heavy objects, like cars, but its most important use is in the production of hydraulic fluids for hydraulic fracturing, a process that involves pumping a mixture of water, sand, and chemicals into rocks and fractures to release gas from the rock and release oil.

The fluid can then be pumped back out again to the well.

The first commercial product will be for hydraulic fracking, but the company hopes to eventually offer a wide range of applications, including building and maintaining wells, and even powering turbines and turbines for electricity.

The hydraulic press is a fairly new technology, with C- H working on several prototypes over the last several years.

But the company has developed the design and manufacturing process to make a product that is small enough to be used in small-scale commercial production.

“We have a good working relationship with the manufacturer,” C- P CEO Matthias Meeus told Reuters.

“The technology works very well and we are happy with the quality of the product.”

The company has been in the business of hydraulic press design for a long time.

The company’s first commercial press, which it designed in the late 1990s, was called the “H-1.”

It was a hydraulic system that allowed for a relatively small hydraulic press with a range of capacities, and that also had a large capacity.

But C- I now wants to make the first hydraulic press of its kind, and the new product will have a capacity of 5,000 kg.

Meeuws said that the company is working with a partner to finalize the specifications of the new hydraulic press.

The design is already well-known in the hydraulic press industry.

The firm has built a prototype of its own, the “S-1” that is about the size of a small kitchen table, and it uses a small hydraulic pump to compress the liquid at a high pressure, a key characteristic of hydraulic presses.

The S-1 is currently in production and is expected to ship later this year.

Mees said that it is difficult to predict the exact product specifications of C-I’s commercial hydraulic presses because of the small size of the devices.

“Our main focus is to make sure that the product is small, simple, and reliable,” Meeums said.

The press will be produced in the Dutch city of Eindhoven, where the company recently opened an office.

“There are some hurdles in the process, but we think we will overcome them,” Mees added.

The small size is important, as hydraulic presses typically have a range between 500 and 2,000 kilograms. C