Cold Storage Temperatures

1892 Scientific American  
tity of poor gCLS, consisting largely of the products of articles. We CLre aWCLre there is a wide difference of I · boiling arising from thf' previous maceration for 250 cOlllbu�tion from the previous working stroke. This opinion among managers as to the best temperature�, I kIlograrllInes of beets. At the end of an hour the mixture is tired at the end of the stroke by the tube and submit the tCLble more in CL tentative manner than! liquid in vat No.1 is passed into vat No. 2, whieh has ignih'r
more » ... , whieh has ignih'r shown to the right of the figure. The pressure as positive authority on the subject. vYe would be' been previously charged with CL new quantity of ma rapidly rises and the piston eOlllmences its working glad to have CLny errors pointed out and corrected by I terial, this second nl:1ceration being effeeted in an hour stroke and soon uncovers the port leading to the eOlll-those who have had practical experience. And we I The third vat is filled with the beet material, and, bya \)]"ession chamber; the rieh charge here i . s then rapi�ly I would like a . Iw to have su ,g gestions from readers on. new el?arge in 1, its liquid passes into 2 and . that of eompressed to about 120 lb. per square meh by bemg "eold storage" problems or every sort: How to get I No. 2 mto No. 3, and so on. A !lew ('harge of beets iJ: thus Rut in communication with the burning gas in. rid of moisture; what goods may safely. be stored to-No.1 requires the eontents of No .3 to be drawn off the cylinder, and fired, the effeets on the diagram being gether; the effeet of long storage on goods; the hand-into the fermentation vat. The beet mixture of 1 elearly shown in Fig. H . Thus, after the first explosion, ling of veg tCLbJes: questions of insulation, and many whieh is not rich enough is returned to a heater. In the the pressunl begins to fall, and when the port to the others, the discussion of which will be of interest and meantime the apparatus is reeharged, and, this done, compression ehamber eontaining gas at a low pressure' value to the trade.-Ice and Refrigeration. it reeeives the liquid of No. H. A new series of operations begins to open, this fall is accentuated, but very soon _ _ 7" _
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