Geotextile Solutions

More than 3,000 on-line design projects with the help of damage. January 29, 2008 .- The site of damage (recorded in 2007 half a million visitors, making it now one of the websites of reference for the sector. Danosa, a leading company in Spain in the roofing industry in the development of solutions and soundproofing systems, drains and geotextiles, and solar energy, offers on its website not only the most relevant information about the company, but also valuable tools for health professionals. One of the most Top is “Design your project, which allows users to request on-line technical documentation from their data and needs, and add the desired constructive solutions. Within minutes, the applicant will receive by e-mail the requested project so easy, fast and completely free. More than 3,000 professionals from all over Spain have already benefited from the advantages “Design your project” Another feature that can be accessed at is a complete list of solutions adapted to the CTE, available on waterproofing, sound insulation, drainage and geotextiles, and solar energy. Danosa has pioneered the adaptation of these solutions and their implementation on-line with the aim of offering users the convenience and ease of access to technical information that the company has in each business line. The solutions are presented by type of construction and are classified as residential, tertiary, industrial and civil works.

Also, Web Danosa contains information on some of the most outstanding works that are present in the products of the company. Reflecting the intense international focus on damage, your website is available in four languages: Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. Information on damage. The continuing challenge of evolution is Danosa family business founded in 1964 by initiative of an entrepreneur, a chemist by profession, Manuel del Rio Dominguez. Began the manufacture of asphalt sheets for construction, in a country where there was no standardized product.

Today is the undisputed leader in our country in the manufacture of materials for waterproofing and one of the six largest European companies in its sector. The turnover of damage in 2006 exceeded 90 million and growth prospects approaching double digits annually, mainly due to the expansion of activity that involves the company’s new plant in Fontana (Guadalajara). This project has been a real lesson not only for the company but for the entire region of Castilla-La Mancha, a generator of employment opportunities both direct and indirect. Danosa currently has offices in all the Spanish autonomous communities and international presence in over 30 countries from five continents, with regional offices in France and Portugal.

Importance Of Your Skins PH

One of the most important functions of our skin is to protect our 'inside' the external environment, acting as a barrier and a filter between the "outside" and "inside." In addition, the skin is involved in regulating our body temperature, as when we have a fever or are physically working hard, we tend to sweat, which is the body's way to try and lower the temperature. Another important role of our skin to protect us from harmful substances entering our body, and the elimination of toxins. This has the burden on our liver and kidneys to filter the products of metabolism of our body. The skin also breathes! The hormones, sweat glands and glands of the pH of our skin pores are composed of a combination of oil and sweat glands (sebaceous glands and sweat glands) that help keep our skin healthy and elastic. An excessive sebum secretion is often associated with oily skin and acne.

This is particularly common in adolescents as the increased levels of sex hormones stimulate sebum production and secretion. When in balance, the combined excretion of oil and sweat from the pores of the skin has a pH of about 5.5. The acid mantle, the age and the pH of the skin is slightly acidic layer, also known as the "acid mantle" is the first body's defense mechanism against invading bacteria and is not a favorable environment for bacterial growth occur. This layer of defense becomes at puberty, so children are more susceptible to diseases, viruses and fungal infections are ringworm.