When a cementing machine is injected with chemicals, it could make a huge difference in the quality of cement in the city

In the province of Manitoba, a cementer is pumping concrete into an injection machine at a quarry in Winnipeg.

It looks like a giant cement mixer, but it’s actually a giant injection machine.

It’s also a new technology that’s making a huge impact in the industry, says Greg Smith, president and CEO of Inovo Technologies, a Canadian cement company.

He’s also one of the inventors of the Lisong injection injection machine (IID).

The IID is essentially a cement mixer that’s mounted on a conveyor belt.

It takes concrete and mixes it with water.

It then pushes the water down a conveyer, and the water is injected into a cement injection machine that pumps concrete into the cement mixer.

“We have been using the IID in the United States for many years.

It is the most efficient way to deliver cement,” Smith says.

“The best results we have achieved with the IIDs are in the cementing industry, where it’s a cost-effective and cost-efficient way of delivering cement.”

A cementing company in Manitoba injects concrete into a machine called the Lisung injection machine in a quarry.

The IID system has been used for a decade to help deliver cement in cement mining.

(CBC)The cement industry is a relatively small industry in Manitoba.

But Smith says the industry is growing because of the Iids and the other technologies like it.

“There’s been a huge expansion in the number of cement producers and companies in Manitoba over the last few years.

And the demand for cement is going to continue to grow as well,” Smith said.

Smith says it’s only a matter of time before the industry comes to a grinding halt because of a shortage of cement.

And that could mean a lot of lost jobs and the loss of jobs in the construction industry as well.

“For cement producers, it would be a disaster,” he said.

“We’ve had the same situation in the past, and I think the future will be even worse.”

Smith says that the Iid is one of many innovations being made in the country.

The first, which has been around since the 1950s, was the use of rubber to reinforce concrete.

The idea was to prevent erosion.

That technology is still being used today in cement production, but Smith says there’s a lot more to come.

“If you look at the world today, cement is a very expensive material.

The cement industry today is an industry that is very efficient and efficient, but there’s also lots of other costs involved,” he says.”

The cost of cement is probably not as high as it used to be, but the cost of getting it to the site is still very high.”

So far, the technology has been successful in Manitoba, Smith says, and it’s just getting started in the U.S.

A similar cement machine was used in the process of building the Canadian Parliament.

The project involved a concrete mixer, cement mixer and concrete injectors.

In this photo, a concrete injection machine is seen at a cement processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan.

The Iid machine has been in operation in Manitoba since the mid-1970s.

It has been tested on the ground in the province for decades.

And in 2014, Smith and the Manitoba government signed a deal to bring the Irid to the province.

It’s also being used in a couple of other provinces.

In Manitoba, it was used to inject cement into the construction of the Canadian parliament.

In the U.

“The Iids were used in cementing a cement pipe to prevent damage during a fire.

The pipe had been in the ground for decades when a fire broke out.

The Manitoba government says the process has been a success, but they say the costs have been high and the technology is in its early stages.

The province says it has had about 60 applications for permits to operate the Iis in Manitoba so far.

That number is expected to grow to about 150 applications before it closes in the next year.

The cement maker is also testing a system for injecting concrete into steel pipes.

The system is being tested in Canada and has already been tested in the states of Washington and Pennsylvania.

The machines are also being tested on a cement pipeline in Ontario.

The province is expected the process will be ready in 2017.