Precooling Facilities for the Fruit Export Trade

Author: Griffiths, Edgar A

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1st March 1933

First published: 1st March 1933

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Precooling Facilities for the Fruit Export Trade

The Structural Engineer
Precooling Facilities for the Fruit Export Trade
Date published

1st March 1933

First published

1st March 1933

Author

Griffiths, Edgar A

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now

Although refrigeration is a comparatively new science it has made enormous strides in the last quarter of a century, and is rapidly becoming an indispensable factor in the life of civilised communities. Edgar A. Griffiths

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