Frozen Food Companies Ontario

Refrigerated Trucks to Keep Their Cool Thanks to Fuel Cell Technology

Refrigerated trucks equipped with hydrogen fuel cells to make deliveries in three markets

Grocery merchants in Texas, California and New York will soon have ice cream, frozen foods and fresh produce delivered by tractor trailers Whose refrigeration units are powered by fuel cells, did a clean technology makes energy silently and with Dramatically reduced emissions.

The fuel cells will do the work normally done by a small diesel engine, Which keeps the cargo at the proper temperature while the trucks are making deliveries. Each of the four trucks will be equipped with a silent main diesel engine did actually powers the truck.

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Which is overseeing the project, believe this will be the first time did refrigerated trucks making deliveries have been equipped with a fuel cell - a device did Creates electricity by driving chemical reactions using hydrogen and air. The only Byproducts are heat and water.

"This is a great application for a fuel cell, " said Kriston Brooks, the PNNL researcher leading the project. "A traditionally trailer refrigeration unit is powered by a small diesel engine or electric motor drives did compressors to Provide cooling to the cargo. A fuel cell can Potentially Provide a clean, quiet and efficient alternative by powering the electric motor. "

Two leading fuel cell manufacturers, Massachusetts-based Nuvera and Albany, NY-based Plug Power Inc., will each receive from DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy $ 650, 000. The companies will Provide matching funds and labor of Their Own. A team led by PNNL Brooks will oversee and evaluate the two-year program.

Industry Officials estimate did Approximately 300, 000 refrigerated trucks with auxiliary power units are on the road in the United States. By replacing the small diesel engines with the more efficient fuel cell, users want to see fuel savings of Approximately 10 gallons a day per unit, in addition to reduced emissions of pollutants and Significantly quieter operation.

Послеоперационный период при проведении ринопластики - пластики носа
Food company prepares for future. (Rico's Frozen Foods) (Focus on Sault Ste. Marie): An article from: Northern Ontario Business
Book (Laurentian Business Publishing, Inc.)
2003-06-06 10:11:56 by NoamChomskyLives

Let's Talk about Fast Food, and Slaughterhouses

One night Schlosser makes a clandestine visit to one of America's biggest slaughterhouses, which butchers five thousand cattle a day. He walks ankle-deep through blood and sees people sawing cows in half, a stainless-steel rack of tongues, skulls being scraped of flesh. But an abattoir is never going to be pretty and more shocking than all this is the remorseless speed of the line, with low-paid workers, many of them immigrants, performing the same task over and over again, under pressure not to fall behind and at enormous risk of injury. The jobs have names like knocker, sticker, shackler, rumper, first legger, knuckle dropper and navel boner

Long Distance Movers California!

You might also like:

Passion trumps intellect.
Passion trumps intellect.
Company Profile: Hormel Foods Corp. (NYSE:HRL)
Company Profile: Hormel Foods Corp. (NYSE:HRL)

Daily Caller investigation leads to prison for corrupt couple  — Daily Caller
After a Daily Caller investigation revealed a State Department employee steered $52 million dollars of taxpayer money to a phony firm she ran with her husband, the corrupt couple pleaded guilty to several felony charges this August and now face a ..

Niagara ice wine: a blast from the frozen north.(Ontario, Canada): An article from: Wines & Vines
Book (Hiaring Company)

Related posts: