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    Many commercial eating place dishwashers mechanically dispense dish-washing liquid, or chemicals, and hold water at a set temperature. A hand-washing station is typically required to save you the spread of food-born infection and micro organism 13.1.3.2 Ice Machines and refrigerators Refrigerators are a should for any restaurant. Many meals objects should be stored at a minimum temperature, as required with the aid of food protection codes. Eating place fridges are available in many sizes, from full stroll-ins, to reach-ins with refrigerated drawers. 13.1.3.3 Prep Tables Stainless-steel prep tables are famous kitchen device, as prepping meals, especially meat and fowl, on unique styles of surfaces is unsanitary. Chrome steel prep tables may be unfastened-standing or connected to other device, counting on the configuration of the kitchen. 13.1.3.4 Freezers and Grills Freezers are crucial for meals garage, as meals can not constantly be used without delay. Restaurant freezers are available in exceptional shapes and sizes:…

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    different cube sizes. If you need small or large ice cubes, you can pick either or a combination of both. • The Magic Chef 27 lb Ice Maker has easy to operate electronic controls. • There is a viewing window so you can easily see how fast the ice production is going. • There is a full size ice scoop included with your machine. • There is an integrated water drain cap for easy cleanup. • The Magic Chef 27 lb Ice Maker offers a 1 year warranty on all parts and labor. • Made of stainless…

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    Smeg Case Study

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    retro-style refrigerator. Smeg is a global player in the kitchen appliance industry and its design savy aesthetics exudes Scandinavian appeal. Smeg’s Fab range of refrigerators breaks away from the traditional mould of kitchen appliance design, allowing consumers with an appreciation for hedonic products to add chic appeal to their kitchens (Hoyer and Stokburger-Sauer, 2012, p. 167). Because of this, Smeg must understand the thought process a buyer will undertake when choosing a Fab fridge…

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    A Faulty Ice Maker

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    There are a number of malfunctions that can cause your ice maker to stop working. Luckily, a few of those defects are easy-to-fix. If you're dealing with a faulty ice maker, the troubleshooting steps provided below can help you diagnose the malfunction. However, keep in mind, not all glitches are simple fixes and a call to your local refrigerator appliance repair company may be required to repair certain problems. Temperature Issues A freezer temperature above 10 degrees Fahrenheit will most…

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    how my instructor teach and what they expect within a couple of weeks in the class. I find it hard to understand some math instructors since I like for them to go step-by step with problems and most instructors don’t do that. My current math teacher has taught me that I need to spend extra time with the subject so that way I can find an easier way to understand and complete the problems. The trial and error of pursuing my passion has helped me determine what I need to work on to improve my…

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    Specific Heat Lab

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    Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to show the different absorption and emission rates of three different substances. Radiation laws, albedo, and specific heat are all reasons why this is achievable. An agreed upon hypothesis is that the sand will absorb the most heat due to the number of molecules, the moss will absorb the second most because it doesn't have as many molecules as sand, but it has more than water, which isn’t as complex. To complete this experiment, you need three beakers of…

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    Fridgit Case

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    The product we are proposing is a fridge accessory that will help owners manage their fridge items as well as their expiry dates. This product will have the capacity to store the name of the fridge item as well as the date the food needs to be consumed by. The product will have the option of a touch screen keyboard or voice control for communication. With this, the product is able to store home cooked meals and and fresh foods as well as pre-packaged items. When the expiry date of a product is…

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    Paper Towel Lab

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    The question is, “Which paper towel brand is the most absorbent?” The hypothesis is, “If a dropper drops water equally on a paper towel of each brand until it started to drip, then Bounty brand would contain the most water, in grams. The independent variable is the brands of paper towels. The dependent variable is the grams of water that was contained in the paper towel. The control variable was that every paper towel sheet was cut to be 15.2 centimeters by 28.1 centimeters. The control group…

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    Food Dye Lab Report

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    The purpose of the Determining Food Dye Content Lab was to identify the food dye coloring in green apple Gatorade, and determine the dye’s concentration to ultimately recreate a solution containing the same concentration of dyes as the original. To determine the concentration of the dyes present in the green apple Gatorade, a spectrometer was used to measure the wavelengths and absorbance values for the given dyes. A sample of the green apple Gatorade was tested in the spectrometer to measure…

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    by the chlorophyll molecules (Merzlyak, Chivkunova, Zhigalova, & Naqvi 2009). These chlorophyll molecules then transfer the light energy to chloroplasts and that light energy is converted into chemical energy (Merzlyak, Chivkunova, Zhigalova, & Naqvi 2009). The purpose of this experiment was to observe what the absorbance spectrum of Spinacia oleracea extract was and what the absorbance spectrum of the pigments were within the extract. From the use of the spectrophotometer I was able record…

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