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The Norge Rollator

A Rotary Pump for Refrigeration

  • 13 June 2017
  • Author: Jim Nelson
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The Norge Rollator

The Norge Company rose to prominence in the refrigeration industry to become the second leading manufacturer under the leadership of the president of the company,Howard Blood in the 1930's.Blood combined style and innovation to produce the most efficient and reliable models. The unique "Rollator" rotary compressor was the heart of their system unlike all the other models on the market which used reciprocating compressors. 

The Lady Engineer

Carrier's Right Hand Man Was a Woman

  • 30 March 2017
  • Author: Jim Nelson
  • Number of views: 134
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The Lady Engineer

Margaret Ingels, the first woman engineering graduate, was also a pioneer of the HVAC industry like Willis Carrier. 

And Now For Something Completely Different...

Smart Beer Fridges

  • 12 December 2016
  • Author: Jim Nelson
  • Number of views: 395
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And Now For Something Completely Different...

Anheuser Busch offers free beer fridges to Chicago offices along with a beer delivery service agreement.

A Pioneer Dies

Herbert C. Kellogg, President of Temprite Products Co.

  • 29 November 2016
  • Author: Jim Nelson
  • Number of views: 346
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A Pioneer Dies

Herbert C. Kellogg established the Temprite Products Company in 1929 and it continues today as a major manufacturer of components for the refrigeration industry. However, before it focused on components it was also a manufacturer of complete assemblies, most notably the Temprite Cooler which was the fruit of meticulous experimentation by Mr. Kellogg.  

The Inventor of Fast Food

Louis Austin Merritt Phelan or L.A.M. Phelan

  • 18 October 2016
  • Author: Jim Nelson
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The Inventor of Fast Food

Louis A.M. Phelan and Clifford Hotchkiss combined their fertile minds to produce many original ideas for the control of refrigeration equipment. After applying for and receiving several patents in the area of electrical switches, they formed the Absolute Con-Tac-Tor Corporation in Beloit, Wisconsin. They were the first to effectively utilize mercury as a conducting fluid inside an evacuated tube containing contacts which became the forerunner of the thermostat of the Honeywell Corporation after they purchased the rights from Phelan and Hotchkiss. The two men also developed the first electro-mechanical switches which became the forerunners for contactor switches and relays so widely used throughout the refrigeration industry.    

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