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ROTARY CLUB PORT MELBOURNE

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ROTARY CLUB PORT MELBOURNE

CFM Airsystems donated a MVR 305-4E fan to Rotary Club Port Melbourne. Rotary’s charity work aims to improve health & education services to the village of Balibo and surrounding areas. This donated fan has provided Balibo Cafeteria in Timor Leste’s with a smokeless kitchen area.

The kitchen is particularly important as it serves as the cafeteria’s kitchen, and is used for many community events and as a vocational training component of the Community Learning Centre.

Tourism is an important part of Timor Leste’s future economy and many young people in Balibo will receive their first training at this donated facility.

The donated fan MVR 305-4E fan has a backward curved centrifugal impeller with external rotor motor. And is suitable for commercial and domestic kitchen applications.

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