Industrial Refrigeration Volume 38-39

Industrial Refrigeration Volume 38-39

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...Then when you proceed to the process of freezing, which is all nature's filtration process, there you eliminate ninety per cent more, and then the cold takes out about ninety-nine and five-tenths per cent of the rest. Now you add those percentages together and out of any given number of millions, you might say, if you figure it, after you keep it in storage reservoirs for another three weeks, you wouldn't have over five bacteria left in a cubic centimeter, which is a very small amount, as small as anything I can think of. And if you leave it there a month longer, those five, as tough as they are, will come to an untimely grave. Applause At the close of his remarks Mr. Reynolds moved a vote of thanks and appreciation to the Health Commissioner and also to Prof. Sparks, for their able papers. Mr. Gifford moved that Mr. Reynolds be included in the vote of thanks and the motion was then seconded and carried unanimously. A motion was also made that Dr. Porter's address be printed and distributed to the members of the Association. The motion prevailed. The president then announced that the next subject would be a paper on "Wholesale Delivery," by John H. Donnelly, Hoboken, N. J., which was read by Mr. Donnelly as follows: Wholesale Deliveries. Br I. II. DONNELl.Y. THERE is, perhaps, no part of the wholesale, natural, ice business where lack of care and foresight will work more havoc than in the delivery end of the business. I think all will agree that the manner in which deliveries are made by the wholesale dealer governs, to a large degree, his success or failure in contending with the various conditions that are to be met with nowadays. Unless deliveries are made in a prompt and regular manner. consignee is more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236789563
  • 9781236789563