There are numerous industries on the island of Mauritius. Some of the main industries in Mauritius are textiles, chemicals, feed processing, tourism, metal products, non-electrical machinery and transport equipment.
It seems that textile has been one of the major industries in Mauritius for the past 30 years. The Chinese population of Mauritius is principally responsible for the development of textile on the island. Hong Kong investors also play a major portion in Mauritian textile development. There are hundreds of factories on the island of Mauritius. In these factories items are developed for brand names like Burberry, JCPenny and Giorgio Armani. Over the years, there has been an uprising in wages in Mauritius. This brings when it comes to more wealth on the island. Today, a textile/ garment laborer may be capable to make regarding 150 dollars a month. This may not see like much to an American, but it is genuinely four or even five times more than Mauritius’ surrounding countries.
The feed processing industry in Mauritius is for the most part composed of sugar milling. The Sugar cane industry arrived in Mauritius in the year of 1639. There are so a heap of sugar-cane fields in Mauritius. There is also now organic sugar production on the island. The Sugar Industry is facing a few setbacks at the moment. Sugar prices have decreased in the markets. In addition to price decrease, production cost has increased. This means people are not paying as much as they have been for sugar and the cost of production is much higher. There has likewise been a loss in sugar-cane crop territories, so there is not as much sugar being devised on the island. These difficultnesses may be solved. The Sugar-cane Industry in Mauritius may be competent to survive this economic struggle and carry on being a main industry of the island.
By visiting the island of Mauritius, you will get an idea of all the industries there. Who knows? You may even want to invest in one of the major industries of Mauritius.
This AKDY 30″ island mount range hood features a contemporary Euro design in glass and stainless steel. The island mount range hood has 870 CFM and features 4x2W LED light. Easy-to-remove, dishwasher safe anodized aluminum filters keep maintenance to a minimum. The non-return air flap keeps heat from escaping when the hood is not in use. The range hood is made of stainless steel with a brushed stainless steel finish and is accented with tempered glass wings. Other features include:
* Brand New lowest price guarantee;
* MSRP $ 1006;
* Model No:RS-610i-75;
* Telescopic chimney fits 8-9 ft ceilings;
* Rated Voltage 120V;
* Rated Frequency 60Hz (USA and Canada Standard);
* Motor power 150W;
* Noise level
- Amazon Sales Rank: #31012 in Home Improvement
- Brand: AKDY
- Model: AZ610i-75
- Diemensions: 29.5″ x 23.6″
- Island mount range hood
- #304 stainless steel body, most eminent quality stainless steel
- Air Flow: 870 CFM
- 3 Speed Electronic push switch control
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful.
By julie akyol
We purchased this item after searching extensively for an exhaust fan that wouldn’t cost us an arm and a leg. If you’ve looked, you know that island range hoods are ridiculously priced! Plus, we needed something that did not need a direct vent, as our ceiling beams were going in the wrong direction and were blocked by a chimney. Our electrician did not have a problem installing this. I had very good and prompt communication with AKDY regarding a couple questions I had. It looks very nice above my stove! The only “complaint” I do have is that the lighting that is on the fan is very dim. Not really enough to use as a lighting source, but just for decoration. I probably would have had additional lighting installed in the ceiling above my work area around the stove if I’d have known that. Not knowing, I thought the additional lighting would be overkill. Oh, well. All in all, a great value.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Nice Price, but Tricky…
By Wildlife Gal
We too were looking for an island hood that didn’t break the bank and found this one on Amazon. This arrived promptly with no complications. We didn’t have an electrician come and install this hood. The electrician only provided a new plug source. The hood is made for ceilings that are the standard 8 feet and taller. This made it a challenge in installation because we had to modify the internal brace and outer steel cover too for our kitchen height because we have a drop ceiling. The ventilation tube is plastic (which was a first that the electrician has ever seen for a large appliance usually a metal type). It took two people to install the hood to the inner bracket and SEVERAL screws.
The instructions were a bit vague in areas and could use some clarification. After the modification of the inner brace and outer steel cover it took about 1.5 hours to install. Final overall appearance is great although there was a slight bend on outer steel cover.
My only complaint was the strength of lights. There LED and have poor illumination that would not be suitable for cooking purposes. I guess most of Akdy hood-lights are like this (from other reviews) so I had the electrician add lights that would shine down from the ceiling directly at the cooking surface. This hood is still worth the trouble (barely) = )
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent Lower Cost Island Hood
Since there are only two reviews for this item and these hoods costs so much less than the competition, I figured I’d write a quick review. I’ve only had it up for about a week or two though so I don’t know whether it will last yet, but everything seems to be working so far. I honestly don’t know why every other island hood costs almost double this, but I assume the fact that this one came in a box labeled ‘Made in China’ is a good bit of that cost difference.
Anyway, it wasn’t too bad to install – main issue was the lack of a level ceiling in this old house and then the rafter than was going through the area we wanted to install it. We had a bit of trouble getting the inner bracket past a certain point, but after measuring it ended up being in the range noted in the instructions so we just left it there. (Note: I have hit my head already as it is kind of low, but I think that is more due to the glass that surrounds the steel portion of the hood. I didn’t realize how far out that was going to end up so I’m contemplating removing the glass as it appears to be just screwed on.)
The lights are a little dim as noted, but do put enough light on the cook top for us. There are some instructions on replacing them in the small instruction booklet. I don’t notice it being overly loud – seems quieter than the old under-the-cabinet recirculating Broan (we vented this one out through the roof).
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