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The technology selected was the vacuum flask, specifically the U.
The filter apparatus was set up with a vacuum flask funnel adapter and filter funnel.
The apparatus consists of a glass assembly designed to mount on a vacuum flask with a rubber stopper.
YES, the vacuum flask was invented in 1892 by Scots chemist and physicist Sir James Dewar from Kincardine, Fife.
The hay box acts like a large vacuum flask by simply retaining the heat in the cooking pot so that the food can continue to cook slowly over a long period of time, usually about 10 hours or overnight.
Tenders are invited for Vacuum Flask Having 500Ml Capacity Milton Make Or Similar.
1842: Sir James Dewar, Scottish physician and chemist and inventor of the vacuum flask, was born at Kincardine-on-Forth.
Dating way back to 1639, the converted coaching inn was the birthplace of Sir James Dewar - the celebrated physicist and chemist who's best known for inventing the vacuum flask.
I lose bits, never read the instructions and what started out as a great labour-saving device ends up in the kitchen graveyard cupboard along with a selection of vacuum flask tops, old carrier bags and the innards of a long dead toasty maker.
In an unusual move, the action begins with the overture as dog walkers, a couple with their vacuum flask enjoying the open air and an end of the pier entertainer in a tutu all help to create the nautical scene.
The drinks would have been better served in a vacuum flask than water bottles.