30 Inch Built In Refrigerator - Best Dorm Refrigerator - Refrigeration Condensing Unit

30 Inch Built In Refrigerator

30 inch built in refrigerator

  • An appliance or compartment that is artificially kept cool and used to store food and drink. Modern refrigerators generally make use of the cooling effect produced when a volatile liquid is forced to evaporate in a sealed system in which it can be condensed back to liquid outside the refrigerator

  • A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.

  • Refrigerator was an Appendix Quarter horse racehorse who won the Champions of Champions race three times. He was a 1988 bay gelding sired by Rare Jet and out of Native Parr. Rare Jet was a grandson of Easy Jet and also a double descendant of both Depth Charge (TB) and Three Bars (TB).

  • white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures

    built in
  • Forming an integral part of a structure or device

  • (of a characteristic) Inherent; innate

  • constructed as a non-detachable part of a larger structure; being an essential and permanent part of something; of an included feature that normally comes as an extra

  • (Built-ins) Specific items of personal property which are installed in a real estate improvement such that they become part of the building. Built-in microwave ovens and dishwashers are common examples.

  • existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"

  • thirty: the cardinal number that is the product of ten and three

  • 7.62 mm caliber is a nominal caliber used for a number of different cartridges. Historically, this class of cartridge was commonly known as .30 caliber, the Imperial unit equivalent, and was most commonly used for indicating a class of full power military main battle rifle (MBR) cartridges.

  • thirty: being ten more than twenty

30 inch built in refrigerator - Liebherr Sbs-32i0

Liebherr Sbs-32i0 30.9 Cu. Ft. Capacity 4 Zone Built-in Side-by-side Refrigerator / Freezer - Custom Panel Doors / Stainless Steel Cabinet

Liebherr Sbs-32i0 30.9 Cu. Ft. Capacity 4 Zone Built-in Side-by-side Refrigerator / Freezer - Custom Panel Doors / Stainless Steel Cabinet

Liebherr SBS-32I0 30.9 Cu. Ft. Capacity 4 Zone Built-In Side-By-Side Refrigerator / Freezer - Custom Panel Doors / Stainless Steel Cabinet. SBS-32I0. Counter Depth Refrigerators. The Liebherr 60 inch built-in side-by-side refrigerator & freezer is designed with convenience and ease-of-use in mind. Both compartments feature deep, transparent drawers with easy-to-reach heights that offer clear views of their contents and include the VarioSpace system that can adjust to accommodate various items. Four independent cooling circuits with precise and easy to use controls provide features such as SuperCool and SuperFrost to chill items quickly, NoFrost and FrostSafe to prevent frost development and the Liebherr Ice Maker system to deliver perfect cubes every time. Other features include two beverage racks, four in-door gallon storage spaces and LED column lighting. This Liebherr Side-by-Side Refrigerator 31 cu. Ft. Of food storage area and is Energy Star rated. REQUIRES CUSTOM FRAME / FINISH / OVERLAY PANELS. Dimensions (in inches): 24 D x 59 1/2 W x 83 7/8 H. Refrigerator area: 22. 6 cu. Ft. / Freezer area: 8. 4 cu. Ft. SBS-32I0

85% (15)

Mary, cook rules tugboat

Mary, cook rules tugboat

Mary Husser, one of the few remaining cooks on a tugboat plying the Monongahela River, second from left, wither her crew in the boat's tiny living room.

Cook's the Boss

By Scott Beveridge,

Staff writer


ALONG THE MONONGAHELA RIVER – The Arkwright's engine rumbles, sending short blasts of air to the tugboat's rudders, enough to steer it from shore.

The captain peers from the pilothouse, following orders to hook up with a dozen coal-filled jumbo barges and push them down river to supply a power plant.

While Capt. Don Lowe is at the helm of this 54-year-old tugboat, its seven-man crew is well-aware that the women in the galley will call most of the shots while they are on board for the next week.

"When they say the captain of the boat, they don't look at me," Lowe says earlier, while seated at the dinner table. He rolls his eyes and smiles at cook Mary Husser, stepping into the kitchen to follow her standing rule to rinse his dinnerware before retiring it in her stainless-steel sink. "You don't want to piss off the cook," said Lowe, 49, of Pittsburgh's North Side.

"They get told about washing your hands. Don't go into that refrigerator, into that ice cream without washing your hands," said Husser, 52, one of just 10 remaining female cooks who work the tugboats plying the Monongahela River and moving tons of coal, gravel, diesel fuel, fly ash and other products to market.

Competing towing companies have opted to pay deckhands a few more dollars a day to prepare their meals to cut shipping costs, said Capt. David J. Podurgiel, who coordinates boat traffic for CONSOL Energy, which owns the Arkwright. That setup is bad for morale, Podurgiel said, and can lead to laziness and uncleanliness among boat crews without a woman to mother them.

Husser does not tolerate obscene language, cigarette smoke or co-workers who skip too many showers.

"If we're back in the galley, we try to keep our language clean," said Pat Snyder, 22, of South Park, who has yet to log enough hours on the river to master the job of roping and securing rusting steel barges.

It takes muscle to work these boats, a role that is especially grueling during winter months, when most new guys quit because they can't take the bitter weather, said Russell Wiseman, 49, of Monessen, the lead man on the barges who assists pilots in guiding them along the water.

"You make it through the winter, you're good to go," said his deckmate, Kenny McDonald, 23, of Cheat Lake, W.Va. "If it's 20 degrees out there, it's 5 degrees out here. You get the wind blowing off the water...."

"These are a different breed of people out here," added Husser, of Millsboro. "I give them a lot of credit."

Husser was drawn to the Mon 15 years ago, when her two sons were in high school and old enough to fend for themselves while she is away from them, and her husband, Eric, every other week.

"It's hard enough for a guy to do this with little kids, let alone a woman," she said. "Working out here, you miss a lot."

"You miss a lot of kids' birthdays, weddings," added Wiseman, after the Arkwright left its moorings in Speers, moving north to Locks and Dam No. 2 in Charleroi at a crawl of 4 mph.

Named after an old deep mine near Morgantown, W.Va., the Arkwright is pushing three barges, each of which is 195 feet long and brimming with 1,500 tons of coal. It will return to Speers to pick up three more loads of coal before embarking for Elizabeth. There are six more barges waiting there for the pass to Pleasants Power Station on the Ohio River in Eureka W.Va., a 406-mile round-trip that will last four days. It would require two, 100-car trains to move this amount coal, at a far greater cost.

And, this voyage requires a grocery bill of $650 to feed the men who work rotating six-hour shifts between six-hour rests in cots in tiny rooms whose walls vibrate around-the-clock with the steady hum of the engine. They earn between $9 an hour and $12.43 an hour for an 84-hour work week, depending on their seniority. Their living room is just big enough for a few chairs; a television with a 12-inch screen and built-in videocassette player is mounted in one paneled wall.

"It's small," said Husser, whose quarters are just beyond the first door from the stern. "It's the size of a cell, really," she said, unpacking a suitcase carrying her essentials, which include DVDs and paperback books. She has a private bathroom, one smaller than a bedroom closet found in most houses on land.

In the galley, her three refrigerators facing the starboard are freshly stocked with 12 pounds of ground beef, 11 pounds of chicken, 6 pounds of Delmonico steak, nine heads of lettuce, 15 dozen eggs and three pounds of butter. Forty pounds of potatoes and six pounds of onions are brought on ship, too, for the journey.

"If someone gets up from my table h

Seismic Conduction Tower

Seismic Conduction Tower

Dave Trautrimas
Seismic Conduction Tower
Archival digital print
20 x 30 inches

-From his a series of fictional, top secret military installations derived from Cold War industrial design.

"...To create these Cold War structures, suitable source materials — such refrigerators and lawn mowers — are completely dismantled and photographed, then, by digital means, meticulously reassembled into original structures. This technique is a continuation of the process used in my previous two bodies of work; those being residential and industrial structures, respectively.
The most dramatic evolution from my previous work is the process for creating the landscape of each structure. For this new series great effort has been taken to photograph landscapes throughout North America that have a direct connection to the narrative of the series. I've traveled from one of the epicenters of Cold War activity, Los Alamos and the state of New Mexico, to more regional locales, such as Prince Edward County, home to many Avro Arrow tests, and abandoned Pine Tree and D.E.W radar bases in Central and Northern Ontario. Each location was thoroughly documented, allowing the fictional bases to be situated in the real landscape of the North American Cold War experience."

•made from various record player parts found on eBay
•the landscape was shot both at the Devil's Punchbowl, which was carved out of the Niagara Escarpment by glacial waters, and at Bon Echo Provincial park, in Central Ontario.
•the treeline was from a photo shoot around North Bay Ontario, Home to RCAF Station North Bay. During the cold war the base was used as a logistics center for the radar bases in Ontario, and has an underground command center nicknamed 'The Hole'. Its the Canadian counterpart to Cheyenne Mountain in the U.S.
•The single window in the structure is from a massive chocolate factory around the corner from my house. Part of the factory date back to the early 1900's. Its a great building, and usually smells nice.

30 inch built in refrigerator

Related topics:

revco freezer parts

water leaking in refrigerator

cabinet depth refrigerator reviews

puresource2 wf2cb fc100 ngfc 2000 frigidaire refrigerator ice water filter

fridge comparisons

glass refrigerator storage sets

ge 7 cubic foot freezer

refrigerator for kegs

fisher paykel french door refrigerator

tag : 30 inch built in refrigerator refrigerators that look like cabinets

: Category: None : Comments : 0 : Trackbacks : 0
HOME  Next page »


30 inch built in refrigerator

Author:30 inch built in refrigerator
Welcome to FC2!

Latest comments

Latest trackbacks

Monthly archive

Search form