What is industrial?

  • (adj): Suitable to stand up to hard wear.
    Example: "Industrial carpeting"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on industrial:

Narita, Chiba - Areas - Industrial Areas
... There are two main industrial zones in Narita Nogedaira (野毛平?) and Toyosumi (豊住?) ... Whitney, called Japan Turbine Technologies, is located in the Taiei industrial estate ...
Technion – Israel Institute Of Technology - Faculties - Industrial Engineering & Management
... The The William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering Management at the Technion (IE M) is the oldest such department in Israel ... Naor's vision was to combine Industrial engineering with Management by creating a large, inherently multidisciplinary unit covering a wide spectrum ...
2005 Industrial Design Excellence Awards
... The Industrial Design Excellence Awards is a program sponsored by BusinessWeek and the Industrial Designers Society of America ("IDSA") ... Return to Industrial Design Excellence Awards ...
IOI
... Ombudsman Institute IOI Group, IOI Corporation, industrial gas manufacturing in Malaysia, property development (Marriott Putrajaya Hotel and Palm Garden Hotel in Putrajaya), oil palm plantations Internal ...
2006 Industrial Design Excellence Awards
... The Industrial Design Excellence Awards is a program sponsored by BusinessWeek and the Industrial Designers Society of America ("IDSA") ...

More definitions of "industrial":

  • (adj): Having highly developed industries.
    Example: "The industrial revolution"; "an industrial nation"
  • (adj): Employed in industry.
    Example: "The industrial classes"; "industrial work"
  • (adj): Of or relating to or resulting from industry.
    Example: "Industrial output"
  • (adj): Employed in industry.
    Example: "Industrial workers"; "the industrial term in use among professional thieves"

Famous quotes containing the word industrial:

    The industrial world would be a more peaceful place if workers were called in as collaborators in the process of establishing standards and defining shop practices, matters which surely affect their interests and well-being fully as much as they affect those of employers and consumers.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    Dead power is everywhere among us—in the forest, chopping down the songs; at night in the industrial landscape, wasting and stiffening the new life; in the streets of the city, throwing away the day. We wanted something different for our people: not to find ourselves an old, reactionary republic, full of ghost-fears, the fears of death and the fears of birth. We want something else.
    Muriel Rukeyser (1913–1980)

    I believe in human liberty as I believe in the wine of life. There is no salvation for men in the pitiful condescension of industrial masters. Guardians have no place in a land of freemen.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)