Globcom, a young aspiring global trading arm of PLANET SPACE GENERAL TRADING LLC based out of Dubai with vision, commitment and core values is one of the most promising startups in the United Arab Emirates. The competitiveness, professionalism and transparency have transformed us into a pro active venture and earned us a global acceptance. We have evolved as a company and brand representing the commercial interests of many independent companies worldwide who are into trading and sourcing of products ranging from spices, scraps, energy products, Bitumen, foodstuffs, perishables to oils and minerals.
PLANET SPACE sells over 35,000 part numbers, manufactured by more than 80 suppliers. Sophisticated warehousing facilities with state of the art IT infrastructure enables smooth procurement and deliveries.
We are committed to supplying genuine spare parts and ensure timely delivery to customers.
The company regularly innovates and improves its systems and processes to enhance customer/supplier satisfaction.
When it comes to batteries, nobody has you covered like PLANET SPACE. we'll help you find the right battery for your vehicle and driving habits.
Throughout the life of your vehicle, you will probably have to replace your car's battery a number of times. Either it gets old and has to be replaced, or it is drained unintentionally when lights or another electrical accessory are left on. A dead battery can be a hassle, especially if you cannot find jumper cables or have to wait for roadside assistance. Being proactive in replacing your battery can ensure that your car is ready to go when you are. Through this battery buying guide, we will advise on considerations for battery ownership and replacement.
Virtually all modern car batteries are maintenance-free, meaning there is no need to check or top off electrolyte levels. We do recommend that you have your battery tested by a mechanic every year once it's two years old if you live in a warmer climate, or four years old if you live in a colder climate.
When the time comes to buy a replacement battery, make sure you get the right size and design (or type) for your vehicle. Check your owner's manual or an in-store fit guide before shopping.
Choose a battery that fits your climate and driving conditions. A model that did well in our battery-life testing, for example, is critical if you live in a warmer climate. Frequent high temperatures are very tough on batteries, increase corrosion of plates, and more quickly vaporize the electrolyte that is needed for current. Long life is also important if you make many short trips that don't allow much time for recharging.
Along with good life-testing performance, choose a battery that scored well in our cold-cranking amps and reserve-capacity testing. Most products in our car batteries comparison have proved to be at least adequate in both of those tests, but there is performance variation.
All batteries lose strength over time, even when idle. So choose one no more than six months old. Most have a shipping code on the case. Some use a letter for the month ("A" for January) and a number for the year ("5" for 2015); others use a numeric date.
All things being equal, favor a model with a helpful plastic loop. Such a handle makes it easier to lift and carry batteries, which weigh about 40 pounds, and just as important, aids in lowering the battery onto the tray in tightly packed engine compartments.
A battery's toxic lead and acid can easily be recycled, and most retailers will dispose of the old one for you. When buying a new battery, you might pay a charge that's refunded if you bring in the old battery after installing the new one.
In our frozen section you'll find more than 2100 great products including impressive selection of seafood.
Cooking oil is plant, animal, or synthetic fat used in frying, baking, and other types of cooking. It is also used in food preparation and flavouring that doesn't involve heat, such as salad dressings and bread dips, and in this sense might be more accurately termed edible oil.
Cooking oil is typically a liquid at room temperature, although some oils that contain saturated fat, such as coconut oil, palm oil and palm kernel oil are solid.
Types of cooking oil include: olive oil, palm oil, soybean oil, canola oil (rapeseed oil), pumpkin seed oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, peanut oil, grape seed oil, sesame oil, argan oil, rice bran oil and other vegetable oils, as well as animal-based oils like butter and lard.
Oil can be flavoured with aromatic foodstuffs such as herbs, chillies or garlic
The term "vegetable" is somewhat arbitrary, and largely defined through culinary and cultural tradition. It normally excludes other main types of plant food, fruits, nuts and cereal grains but includes seeds such as pulses. The original meaning of the word vegetable, still used in biology, was to describe all types of plant, as in the terms "vegetable kingdom" and "vegetable matter".
Originally, vegetables were collected from the wild by hunter-gatherers and entered cultivation in several parts of the world, probably during the period 10,000 BC to 7,000 BC, when a new agricultural way of life developed. At first plants which grew locally would have been cultivated, but as time went on, trade brought exotic crops from elsewhere to add to domestic types. Nowadays, most vegetables are grown all over the world as climate permits, and crops may be cultivated in protected environments in less suitable locations. China is the largest producer of vegetables, and global trade in agricultural products allows consumers to purchase vegetables grown in faraway countries. The scale of production varies from subsistence farmers supplying the needs of their family for food, to agribusinesses with vast acreages of single product crops. Depending on the type of vegetable concerned, harvesting the crop is followed by grading, storing, processing and marketing.
Vegetables can be eaten either raw or cooked and play an important role in human nutrition, being mostly low in fat and carbohydrates, but high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. Many governments encourage their citizens to consume plenty of fruit and vegetables, five or more portions a day often being recommended.
A total of 244 samples of cereals (wheat flour, rice, and maize), pulses (arhar, moong, gram, lentil, and black gram), spices (turmeric, chili, coriander, and black pepper), vegetables (potato, onion, spinach, cabbage, brinjal, and tomato), fruits (mango, guava, apple, and grape), milk, butter, Deshi ghee, and edible oils (vegetable, mustard, groundnut, and sesame) collected from different cities of Northern Province (Utter Pradesh) were analyzed by gas liquid chromatography for the presence of organochlorine pesticide residues. Residues of hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) and 2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)-1,1,1-trichloroethane (DDT) were detected in about 85% of the total samples of cereals, spices, milk, butter, Deshi ghee, and edible oils analyzed in the present study. However, the residue levels were either very small (less than 0.06 ppm) or not detected at all in pulses, vegetables, and fruits as compared with very high concentrations in wheat flour (4.42 and 0.12 ppm), butter (1.19 and 4.85 ppm), mustard oil (1.26 and 2.42 ppm), Deshi ghee (1.10 and 3.84 ppm), vegetable oil (1.02 and 0.59 ppm), groundnut oil (0.51 and 1.49 ppm), and chili (0.48 and 1.92 ppm). The levels of HCH and DDT residues detected in rice, maize, turmeric, corlander, black pepper, and all the vegetables and fruits were also lower than those found in wheat flour, oil, and fat samples analyzed in the present study. These findings suggest that a restricted and controlled use of such persistent pesticides may be useful for decreasing their contamination levels in different food items.close