Steam-Coil Evaporator

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“This term is applied indiscriminately to evaporators with steam-pipe, whether arranged in the form of a coil, or, as more commonly used, in a rectangular series, In some the steam is admitted through a main pipe, from which others lead off at right angles, terminating in a similar main, which receives and carries off the condensed water of all...Still another, and the most convenient plan, thought not without some objectives, consists in admitting the steam at one end of the coil allowing it to ass progressively through the whole, driving the condensed water, which it will do, though imperfectly, before it.” -Commissioner, 1865


Commissioner of Agriculture Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1864 (Washington D.C.: Government printing office, 1865) 76


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