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REFRIGERATED CONTAINER SYSTEM. CONTAINER SYSTEM


REFRIGERATED CONTAINER SYSTEM. DONT PANIC DINNERS IN THE FREEZER.



Refrigerated Container System





refrigerated container system






    refrigerated container
  • A refrigerated container or reefer is an intermodal container (shipping container) used in intermodal freight transport that is refrigerated for the transportation of temperature sensitive cargo.

  • It uses dry ice or liquefied gases. It does not require external power supply or fuel supply.





    system
  • A set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network

  • A set of organs in the body with a common structure or function

  • instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"

  • a group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole; "a vast system of production and distribution and consumption keep the country going"

  • (physical chemistry) a sample of matter in which substances in different phases are in equilibrium; "in a static system oil cannot be replaced by water on a surface"; "a system generating hydrogen peroxide"

  • A set of connected things or parts forming a complex whole, in particular











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Klipsch HD 500 Compact 5.1 Home Theater System (Set of Six, Black)



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Rose Festival Fleet




Rose Festival Fleet





Coastal Defense Vessel's
MM 702
HMCS NANAIMO is the third of twelve ships built under the Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel Program and the first designated for service in Joint Task Force Pacific (previously Maritime Forces Pacific). The current HMCS NANAIMO is the second warship to proudly carry that name.
HMCS NANAIMO was launched in Halifax in May of 1996, officially accepted by the navy in August of that same year and then manned by her first official crew. After a series of readiness inspections and performance trials, the ship conducted the first transit of the Panama Canal by a Canadian minor warship since HMCS PORTE DAUPHINE in the late 1970s.
HMCS NANAIMO was commissioned into Her Majesty's service on May 10, 1997, in a traditional ceremony held in Nanaimo, British Columbia and now serves proudly as part of Canada's Pacific Fleet.

MM 709
HMCS SASKATOON, tenth of the Kingston Class Maritime Coastal Defence Vessels (MCDV), is designed to provide Canada’s Naval Reserve with new more capable vessels to fulfil its expanding role within Maritime Command. The ship incorporates a sophisticated engineering system with a versatile ability to conduct wide-ranging types of operations and a superior standard habitability.
The ship is powered by four diesel alternators each providing 600V, 715kW power to two electric motors driving Z-drive 360 degree azimuth thrusters. This system allows for economical fuel efficiency while allowing the ship an exceptional standard of manoeuvrability at low and high speeds.
For damage control, SASKATOON is fitted with an Integrated Fire and Damage Control Monitoring System. Heat, smoke, water level and temperature sensors are fitted throughout the ship and connected to the ship and connected to the system in the Machinery Control Room (MCR) and to a repeater on the bridge. The system provides an automatic instantaneous detection capability for accurate assessment of location and type of emergency as well as automatically shutting fire doors and stopping ventilation to control the progression of smoke throughout the ship. Combined with the fitted fire suppression systems, this allows for the rapid assessment and containment of any emergency giving the ship’s company time to react and combat the problem.
Built to commercial standards, the ship is extremely liveable. SASKATOON provides facilities for a mixed gender crew of up to forty-one individuals quartered in cabins of no more than four people.
A large modern well-equipped galley and large messing facilities provide for the culinary needs of all onboard. Refrigerated storerooms provide adequate storage to allow the ship to spend a maximum of eighteen days at sea before replenishment becomes necessary.
The MCDV is the hallmark of versatility. Equipped with Electronic Chart and Precision Integrated Navigation system, including the differential global positioning system (DGPS) for precise positioning, SASKATOON has the ability to operate in four configurations, utilising three payload packages. The four configurations are Mine Countermeasures, Bottom Object Inspection, Route Survey and Coastal Surveillance. All MCDV’s will be able to operate in the coastal surveillance configuration at any given time. The remaining three configurations involve embarking one of the three payload packages to perform a specific mission. Each payload, fitted in a standard twenty foot cargo container, can be loaded in under twenty-four hours and is designed to give Canada a previously lost capability to engage in mine countermeasure operations. While each MCDV is fitted with the ability to embark all of these payloads, they are not necessarily equipped with a particular payload at any given time.

MM 710
HMCS BRANDON
HMCS BRANDON must be ready and capable of executing the tasks that could be assigned to her.
Consequently, BRANDON must be ready in terms of:
- equipment and combat systems;
- ammunition and supplies; and
- personnel in terms of training, discipline and morale.






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Refrigerated container transported by rail




Refrigerated container transported by rail





Notice that a cable system connects all the containers. That's for providing electricity to the refrigeration systems of these reefer containers.










refrigerated container system







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