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Bluapple Ethlylene Gas Absorbers Refills - Year Supply - Refrigerator Fruit & Vegetable Preserver - Blue Apple - Keep Produce Fresh


Bluapple Ethlylene Gas Absorbers Refills - Year Supply - Refrigerator Fruit & Vegetable Preserver - Blue Apple - Keep Produce Fresh



Using the BluApple, you can extend the useful storage life of your produce up to three times longer.
Government experts have estimated a typical family of four throws away as much as $600 worth of spoiled produce each year.
Ethylene gas is given off naturally by fruits and vegetables as a signaling mechanism in order to coordinate uniform ripening. However, once concentrated in your refrigerator or other storage areas, the presence of ethylene gas continues to speed up ripening and hasten spoilage.
HOW DOES THE BLUAPPLE WORK?
Ethylene gas is given off naturally by fruits and vegetables as a signaling mechanism in order to coordinate uniform ripening. However, once concentrated in your refrigerator or other storage areas, the presence of ethylene gas continues to speed up ripening and hasten spoilage.
The BluApple is designed to provide effective ethylene gas absorption for three months in a typical home refrigerator produce bin or storage container. The active ingredient does not "wear out", but continues to absorb ethylene until it has reached its capacity. A One Year Refill Kit rounds out the BluApple ethylene gas management product line, allowing consumers to reuse BluApples and not add them to landfills.










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Impianti per il trattamento dei frigoriferi - Systems for the treatment of refrigerators




Impianti per il trattamento dei frigoriferi - Systems for the treatment of refrigerators





SOLUZIONE DA 40 PZ/H
Partendo dal frigorifero intero, vengono selezionati e separati i singoli materiali come il ferro, la plastica, l’alluminio, il rame, il poliuretano e il vetro, con
una percentuale di circa il 90% di materia prima da avviare al riutilizzo.
Il processo di recupero e completato dall’aspirazione dei gas usati nei circuiti refrigeranti, il cui stoccaggio in un impianto criogenico garantisce che nessuna emissione nociva venga dispersa nell’atmosfera.


SOLUTIONS OF 40 PC/H
Beginning with the entire fridge, the individual materials, such as iron, plastic, aluminium, copper, polyurethane and glass, are selected, around 90% of material, before the recycling starts.
The aspiration of gas used in the refrigeration circuits completes the recovery process and storing the gas in a cryogenic plant guarantees that no noxious emissions are dispersed into the atmosphere. This plant grants a considerable reduction in operational costs as it is designed to treat 40 pieces per hour, and is completely automated. In fact, there is no longer any need for two or three operators during the shredding phase.
Ideato per trattare 40 pezzi l’ora, grazie alla sua totale automazione, consente di realizzare una significativa riduzione dei costi di esercizio. Per la fase di triturazione, infatti, non sono richiesti piu di due o tre operatori.














From CPruett Photo 3 "Oil Furnace! Gas Furnace! Syrup Furnace?"




From CPruett Photo 3 "Oil Furnace! Gas Furnace!  Syrup Furnace?"





Photo by Chantelle Pruett
According to the pamphlet and signage, this syrup furnace at Jarrell Plantation was built sometime during the 1850s and 1860s. If we need syrup, we would just run down to Publix, but before and after the Civil War, a syrup furnace would have been an important and economic consideration of farm life. It is believed as a talented stonemason, John Jarrell built this furnace and chimney himself.
The furnace was used for cooking sugar cane syrup. The syrup was cooked in two 80-gallon kettles. Additions were added to the furnace for evaporator pans. These pans allowed the water to evaporate from the syrup more quickly. During the annual winter hog slaughtering, the furnace and large kettles were used to remove the bristles off the hogs.
Before the time of refrigerators, salt was used to cure meat, which kept the perishable meat from spoiling rapidly. During the Civil War, salt became scarce. John Jarrell and his workers would load a wagon full of kettles and travel to Savannah. There they filled the kettles full of seawater. Once the water was boiled away, they had enough salt for their own needs and sold the remainder to their neighbors.











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