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Eye On Industry: Battling Mother Nature, DEW Engineering Conquers the Cold

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Eye On Industry: Battling Mother Nature, DEW Engineering Conquers the Cold

Perhaps once considered the largest threat to Canadian soldiers in the Arctic, the infamous fire-breathing immersion water heater has been slain once and for all thanks to DEW Engineering. With the capacity to blast out 100,000 BTUs regardless of Mother Nature's plans, DEW Engineering's space heater will be a key ally in the Canadian Forces' fight against bone-chilling temperatures. For the full article courtesy of Esprits de Corps, Battling Mother Nature.

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