Deutsch: Aushub / Español: Excavación / Português: Escavação / Français: Excavation / Italiano: Scavo

Excavation in the industrial or industry context refers to the process of removing earth, rock, or other materials from a site, typically using tools, machinery, and explosives to create space for construction or to access buried resources. This is a fundamental step in many construction projects, mining operations, and other industrial activities where the modification of the earth’s surface is required.

Deutsch: Europa / Español: Europa / Português: Europa / Français: Europe / Italiano: Europa

Europe in the industrial and industry context refers to the continent's significant role as a hub of economic and industrial activity, characterized by its diverse and highly developed sectors ranging from manufacturing and technology to finance and services. Europe's industrial base is broad and complex, influencing global markets and trends in various fields.

Deutsch: Hilfsstoff / Español: Excipiente / Português: Excipiente / Français: Excipient / Italiano: Eccipiente

Excipient in the industrial context, particularly within the pharmaceutical industry, refers to any substance other than the active drug or prodrug that is included in a pharmaceutical formulation. Excipients are used to aid the manufacturing process, protect, support, or enhance stability, enhance or maintain the bioavailability, and improve the overall patient experience with the product.

Deutsch: Essenz / Español: Esencia / Português: Essência / Français: Essence / Italiano: Essenza

Essence in the industrial context typically refers to a concentrated form of a substance which captures the defining characteristics or properties of the original material used primarily in the manufacturing of various products. This term is often associated with the distillation or extraction processes where the key functional or aromatic components are isolated to be used in further production.

Deutsch: Beschäftigung / Español: Empleo / Português: Emprego / Français: Emploi / Italiano: Impiego

Employment in the industrial context refers to the act of providing work to individuals in various sectors of the industry, allowing them to earn a livelihood by engaging in activities that contribute to the production of goods and services. This term encompasses all forms of work relationships, including full-time, part-time, temporary, and contract roles within an industrial setting.

Deutsch: Elektrophorese / Español: Electroforesis / Português: Eletroforese / Français: Électrophorèse / Italiano: Elettroforesi

Electrophoresis in the industrial context refers to a laboratory technique used for the separation of charged molecules, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, or peptides, based on their size and electrical charge. This method is extensively used in biochemistry, molecular biology, chemistry, and clinical laboratories to analyze molecular components.

Deutsch: Energiespeicherung / Español: Almacenamiento de Energía / Português: Armazenamento de Energia / Français: Stockage de l'Énergie / Italiano: Stoccaggio dell'Energia

Energy Storage in the industrial context refers to the capture of energy produced at one time for use at a later time. A key component of modern energy systems, energy storage allows for greater efficiency and reliability in the energy supply, especially in integrating renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, which are intermittent by nature. In industries, energy storage plays a crucial role in managing energy demand, reducing costs, and enhancing sustainability by minimizing reliance on fossil fuels and reducing carbon emissions.

Deutsch: Elektronik und Robotik / Español: Electrónica y Robótica / Português: Eletrônica e Robótica / Français: Électronique et Robotique / Italiano: Elettronica e Robotica

Electronics and Robotics in the industrial context refers to the integration of electronic systems and robotic technology into industrial processes and operations. This field combines the design, development, and application of robots and electronic systems to automate tasks, enhance efficiency, improve precision, and support human workers in various industrial settings. The synergy between electronics and robotics is driving innovation in manufacturing, assembly, quality control, and logistics, among other areas.