With a length of 45 metres, F/V Northern Defender, one of the trawlers in the fleet belonging to Global Seas headquartered in Seattle, Washington, delivers its catch to a shoreside factory for processing. She normally operates in the Bering Sea off Alaska and returns to port with up to 340 tons of pollock. For the fish to stay fresh during the voyage of up to several days, it is chilled with seawater at zero to minus one degree Celsius.
There was a time when the phrases ‘non-alcoholic beer’ and ‘tastes good’ were seldom used together in the same sentence, particularly by consumers. But low-proof and alcohol-free beers have come a long way – many of them now refreshing drinks in their own right – thanks in no small part to technology from GEA.
The Schwarz IT data center DC 10 combines natural and mechanical cooling
Conversion to natural refrigerants is possible even in a tight space