Businesses that share the same or similar means of financial gain is call an Industry. Industry is also the commercial production focused on the manufacturing of a product. This type of industry requires prime investments before financial gain can occur. Procedures which are taken to manufacture or create a product are called Industrial Processes. This includes any chemical, mechanical, or assembly stages of a products creation. The general processes may include removing excess liquids or pollution caused by exhaust gasses or other chemicals. These steps generally always take place when working with raw materials used to manufacture a product. Products are then forged, machined, stamped, hydroformed, or sandblasted to reshape the raw materials. Next, products and goods may be moulded and purified by flotation, distillation, or solvent extracted to dissolve two or more substances together. Some of the products that are manufactured by industries are paper, gold and silver, rubber, lead, steal, iron, and aluminum.