Refrigeration Receivers. Refrigerated Prep Tables. Refrigerators Bottom Freezer French Doors.
- (refrigerant) any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)
- the process of cooling or freezing (e.g., food) for preservative purposes
- deliberately lowering the body's temperature for therapeutic purposes; "refrigeration by immersing the patient's body in a cold bath"
- (receiver) set that receives radio or tv signals
- A complete telephone handset
- telephone receiver: earphone that converts electrical signals into sounds
- (receiver) liquidator: (law) a person (usually appointed by a court of law) who liquidates assets or preserves them for the benefit of affected parties
- The part of a telephone apparatus contained in the earpiece, in which electrical signals are converted into sounds
- A piece of radio or television apparatus that detects broadcast signals and converts them into visible or audible form
refrigeration receivers - Adsorption and
Adsorption and Catalysis on Carbonaceous Adsorbents-Electronic Factors
This is a AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A631903. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Two carbonaceous adsorbents made from polymeric materials were used in adsorption and catalytic oxidation experiments in the lab and the field. One was a phenolaldehyde based (Novoloid) fiber, Kuractive, used in a cloth or fabric form. The other was a sulfonated polystyrene divinylbenzene cross-linked polymer adsorbent, Ambersorb 572. Catalytic oxidation of trichloroethylene (TCE) at 110-250 deg C and space velocities of 36,000 to 73/hr (Empty Bed Contact Time, EBCT, 0.1 - 49 s) over plain and transition-metal-oxide impregnated Ambersorb 572 demonstrates the potential for this catalyst/support to convert TCE at low temperatures. The first step in the catalytic process appears to be the addition of a proton from the acid catalysis sites to the TCE, followed by non-specific attacks by the resulting carbenium ion or radical. High conversions were maintained at temperatures as low as 110 deg C, although there were numerous by-products. At temperatures above 180 deg C the plain adsorbent/ catalyst was superior in performance over the metal-impregnated catalysts under the conditions in this study. Water in the feed stream has an immediate, reversible, poisoning effect on the performance of MTU-CAT, a thermally modified Ambersorb 572, and the transition metal-impregnated catalysts used in this study. However, the water poisoning effect was not noticed when the catalyst was the plain support, Ambersorb 572. Resistive or Joule heating was used to heat both adsorbents.
Anheuser Busch / Budweiser Brewery Tour
1-Budweiser has been brewed since 1876 and is known around the world for its uncompromising commitment to quality. The "King of Beers" is brewed using only the finest, all-natural ingredients and a time-honored brewing process. A combination of art and science, the Budweiser brewing process combines traditional brewing methods with the latest technological innovations. The result is an all-natural process that ages the beer slowly and naturally. Anheuser-Busch Brewmasters taste the beer during each step to ensure its consistency and taste. 2-Today, Budweiser is brewed using the same standards as those used by Adolphus Busch more than 100 years ago. These are the stainless steel mash tanks where the brewing process begins as we mix ground barley malt with water. Milled rice is mixed with water in a cooker. The rice is boiled and combined with the malt in the mash tank. There, natural enzymes in the malt break down the grain's starch into fermentable sugars. STRAINING-The mixture from the mash tanks is strained, separating a clear, sweet amber liquid called wort from the spent grain husks. 3-After the mixture from the mash tanks is strained, the wort is transferred into brew kettles and brought to a boil. Natural hops are added and the boil continues. Hops are the spice of beer, lending their special flavor, aroma, and character. COOLING-Before fermentation, the wort is pumped through a vessel called a wort receiver. Now, the wort is cooled to a proper temperature for receiving yeast. 4-PRIMARY FERMENTATION-Yeast (Budweiser yeast is a lager yeast) is added to the cooled wort in the primary fermentation tanks. It can take up to 6 days for the yeast to convert the fermentable sugars to carbon dioxide and alcohol. During this stage of the brewing process, the wort becomes beer. LAGERING-After a layer of beechwood chips is spread on the bottom of the lager tanks, the beer is transferred into the tanks. A portion of freshly yeasted wort called Kraeusen is added. Lagering is part of secondary fermentation in which the yeast settles on the beechwood chips and works until the beer is completely fermented. As secondary fermentation occurs, the beer is naturally carbonated and its final flavor develops - resulting in a smooth-tasting beer. This process is unique to Anheuser-Busch. 5-FILTERING-After the Lagering process, the beer is chilled, stabilized, and filtered. Following the chillproofing, the beer is stored in settling tanks at 32° for 2 days to complete settling. It is then given a final filtering. TASTING-At each step in the process, the beer is tasted by a Brewmaster to ensure consistency and drinkability. After the final filtration, the beer is held in a filtered beer tank for a final quality control check and Brewmaster tasting. Now the beer is ready to be packaged. 6-FILLING-The packaging process begins with the bottle rinser where bottles are rinsed inside and out, filled, and instantly crowned to retain their natural carbonation. The bottles then pass by an electronic inspection device, before they go to the pasteurizers. Adolphus Busch introduced pasteurization to Anheuser-Busch in the 1870s, two decades before milk was pasteurized in the United States. Pasteurization allows our packaged beer to be shipped and stored without refrigeration. After the bottles emerge from the pasteurizers, they continue to the labelers, where the distinctive Anheuser-Busch labels are applied. Draught beer is refrigerated at all times and does not have to be pasteurized. Our canning process follows similar steps. PACKAGING-The finished beer is packaged into bottles, cans and draft kegs. Packaging lines are capable of filling up to millions of cans and bottles per day. The draft beer line is capable of producing the equivalent of 2.3 million 12 oz. containers per day. SHIPPING-The filled containers are put into cartons and conveyed to the warehouse where they are stacked on pallets for shipment. Beer is transported from one out of twelve regional breweries to an Anheuser-Busch wholesaler for distribution to local markets.
Marantz 2285B Stereo Receiver
1977 This receiver Model 2285B is a pure power machine with 85 watt per channel. I’ve got it including the optional wood cabinet. The receiver and the cabinet needed a little restoring, now it sounds so well. A marantz typical oversized transformer gives the 2285B a weight of 17kg. It’s built with solid material to use for ever and ever - Dieses Modell 2285B ist ein wahres Kraftpaket. Ich habe den Reiver mit dem optionalen Woodcase bekommen. Nach einer kleinen Restauration lauft er fantastisch. Typisch fur den 2285B ist der von Marantz spendierte uberdimensionierte Trafo; macht zusammen gut 17 kg Lebendgewicht. Dank massivem Materialeinsatz scheint der Marantz fur die Ewigkeit gebaut zu sein.
Enjoy bolder, quality sound without the fuss. The solid, 2-channel STR-DH100 stereo receiver delivers clear stereo sound for everyday music fans and rooms where a complex home theater system is not needed. With the right mix of inputs and technologies, the STR-DH100 transforms any secondary living environment into a concert hall. In addition, it also includes the Digital Media Port input that allows you to extend your music selection from an iPod, Walkman digital music player, Bluetooth device or from a PC (accessories sold separately).