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  1. ... to say, they were placed in a revolving coating pan which had copper steam coils wound around the ... of a coating department includes one or more coating pans, polishing pans, a fan blower, a syrup kettle ...
  2. ... overflow pipe. (c) Drip Boards and Pans. All coating drip boards or pans used in connection with all permanently located tanks, ... containing flammable materials for dip- ping and flow coating purposes, in which any part of such pan or board is within 4' of the floor, ...
  3. ... Teflon is a brand name for a nonstick coating found on certain pots and pans. It contains a substance called polytetrafluoroethylene. The nonstick ... nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Some copper and brass pans are coated with ... Over time, these coatings can break down and allow copper to dissolve ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - The army cook 
    Publication: Washington, 1942
    ... use in the mess causes the burned-in coating on these pans to wear off, this being indicated by shiny, ...
  5. NLM Digital Collections - How not to be sick : a sequel to "Philosophy of eating" 
    Publication: Boston : Published by the author, [1869?]
    ... which tin is itself iron with a tin coating; or stew-pans of iron coated with zinc or tin, &c., ...
  6. NLM Digital Collections - The apparatus for medico-mechanical gymnastics, and their use 
    Publication: Stockholm : P.A. Norstedt & Söner, printers to the King, 1894
    ... and afflu- ence of. humours to the softer coatings of the brain- pan, for which reason it can be used advantageously ...
  7. ... common. I have known extracts prepared in copper pans deposite a coating of that metal upon the knives used to ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - Hand-book for hospitals 
    Publication: New York : Putnam, 1883
    ... should be impermeable. A concrete flooring with a coating of asphalt is the best. The evaporating pans of furnaces should be large and frequently cleaned ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - Army food and messing : the complete manual of mess management 
    Publication: Harrisburg, Pa. : Military Service Publishing Company [1942]
    ... pans, this is to remove the protective paraffin coating put on by the manufacturer. (b) ���Burning in��� newly received pans. It should be a routine practice to ���burn ...
  10. ... not given. On a large scale the sugar coating is managed by constantly rotating the moistened pills in a mixture of starch and Sugar contained in a copper pan suspended at considerable distance above a small charcoal ...
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