Steel companies have a new home skimmer for their home skimmers that’s capable of skirting out a large number of rivers, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The new skimmer is designed to protect against corrosion, and it’s expected to be launched this year, according the Journal.
The Skimmer is based on a patented device, and is capable of creating a 3D pattern that can penetrate the water and then cover it with a protective layer of steel.
It has been built using a process known as steaming.
Steaming involves heating the water with a steam engine, and the resulting steam causes a pressure wave that expands through the water’s surface and then penetrates the water.
The result is a protective material that can protect against the wave of pressure that’s caused by the steam.
The steel is then then melted and used to make the skimmer itself.
The companies that build the Skimmer are Skilvers International, which is based in the United Kingdom, and Steel Systems, based in Germany.
Both companies are building skimmers based on patents, and each of the companies is using its own process to create their skimmers.
The Journal notes that Skilters International plans to start manufacturing the Skimmers in 2017.
The German company is also the only one that has patented a skimmer that is designed for skimming.