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Seafood Expo attendees are invited to the Air Products Cold Zone at booth 1074 where they can learn about the company's latest freezing and cooling equipment, including the Freshline QS tunnel freezer, an easy-to-operate, quick-start cryogenic freezing system that is ideal for seafood processors who want to convert to continuous freezing, alleviate a bottleneck in their operation, or grow and diversify their existing product line.
This zone consists of pyrometers placed strategically, so as to monitor the temperatures on the surface of the cast film; each hot and cold zone consists of three pyrometers measuring temperature uniformity across the width of the film.
When I first entered the cold zone it took my breath away and I had to put on even more clothing.
In addition, the headquarters/security platoon, with 3S personnel, would provide a cold zone support group of I0 soldiers to give logistic support and assist with reconstitution of the platoons after their first entry.
Beyond that, the Cold Zone is where command and control vehicles are based, with a survivor rest centre and ambulance loading point, all surrounded by an outer cordon.
Some of these were native to either a cold zone in Canada and the northern United States, others to a milder, maritime clime in Europe.
Magnolia grandiflora is one of only two evergreen magnolias--the sweetbay magnolia, Magnolia virginiana, ranges from deciduous to semi-evergreen to completely evergreen, depending on the cold zone.
Features: Cold zone for long life; removable tank comes apart for the dishwasher; two pilot lights; stainless steel bulb thermostat; 200C reached in eight minutes.
Closing tension is easily set at waist height, and the door power cord is concealed and out of the cold zone for longer life.