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Morial Convention Center, Recirculating Farms Coalition, and New Orleans Food and Farm Network announced their partnership to create a community urban food and farming center on 2.
A modulating gas burner has 350,000 btu/ hour installed, while a 4,200 cfm, 3 hp recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow to the workload.
com)-- Fuel purifier manufacturer RCI Technologies introduces the FRS 660-50-UL Automatic Fuel Recirculating System.
30kW nickel chrome wire coils are installed, supported by a stainless steel frame, to heat the oven, while a 1300cfm, 1 l/2hp alloy recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow to the workload.
Blank recirculating perfusate was obtained by recirculating Dulbecco's phosphate-buffered saline (D-PBS) through the intestinal tract in situ for 2 h.
These high volumes of water associated with abalone culture represents a constraint for the growth of this industry, and recirculating systems can become a viable alternative, because the water exchange rates are less than 10% of the total volume.
``Ideally, the water in a pond should recirculate three times every hour, and it should be kept recirculating all the time.
Washers can be configured with any combination of 5 sections: recirculating pre-wash, recirculating wash, recirculating rinse, fresh sanitizing rinse and blow-off.