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    equipment
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • Mental resources

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service





    repair
  • the act of putting something in working order again

  • Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault)

  • Make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it

  • Put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation)

  • restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"

  • a formal way of referring to the condition of something; "the building was in good repair"











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The Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology


The Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology



The complete and authoritative guide to modern packaging technologies —updated and expanded
From A to Z, The Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology, Third Edition covers all aspects of packaging technologies essential to the food and pharmaceutical industries, among others. This edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded to include important innovations and changes in materials, processes, and technologies that have occurred over the past decade. It is an invaluable resource for packaging technologists, scientists and engineers, students and educators, packaging material suppliers, packaging converters, packaging machinery manufacturers, processors, retailers, and regulatory agencies.
In addition to updating and improving articles from the previous edition, new articles are also added to cover the recent advances and developments in packaging. Content new to this edition includes:
Advanced packaging materials such as antimicrobial materials, biobased materials, nanocomposite materials, ceramic-coated films, and perforated films
Advanced packaging technologies such as active and intelligent packaging, radio frequency identification (RFID), controlled release packaging, smart blending, nanotechnology, biosensor technology, and package integrity inspection
Various aspects important to packaging such as sustainable packaging, migration, lipid oxidation, light protection, and intellectual property
Contributions from experts in all-important aspects of packaging
Extensive cross-referencing and easy-to-access information on all subjects
Large, double-column format for easy reference










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The Catlow in 1930




The Catlow in 1930





In the mid-1920's, the Catlow Theater was merely a dream for Wright Catlow. Catlow was a Barrington businessman. His father owned the building that served as the village community center.

The Auditorium, as it was called, was used for dances, meetings and community events. It was also used as the showplace for the silent films of that era.

The community center eventually became inadequate for the areas growing film audience.

Catlow started building the new theater on West Main Street in 1926. The theater was primarily designed in the Tudor Revival style ornamented to portray a medieval English hall.

The architectural firm of Betts & Holcomb of Chicago designed the theater and the builder was T.S. Willis of Janesville, Wisconsin.

The theaters grand opening was held on Wright's birthday, May 28th, in 1927.

The main historical highlight of the Catlow Theater is the interior design by renowned sculptor & designer, Alfonso Iannelli.

Iannelli's career started to gain momentum in Los Angeles where he designed posters for the Orpheum Vaudeville Theatre from 1910 to 1915. He also designed their stained glass windows.

During that time, he became friends with architect Barry Byrne and brothers, John & Lloyd Wright, the sons of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Over the years, Iannelli collaborated with John, Wright and, more often, Barry Byrne on many home and church designs. They remained lifelong friends.

Byrne described his collaboration with Iannelli as being "like dancing, with the lead shifting back and forth depending on the specific need."

Frank Lloyd Wright invited Iannelli to come to Chicago from California and work with him on the Midway Gardens complex in 1914. During that collaboration, he designed several of the interior fountains, sculptures and murals as well as most of the famous Sprite sculptures.

Iannelli later worked on many of the exposition pavillions at the Century of Progress for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. He designed the five sculptured reliefs for the Radio Entrance to the Social Sciences Building, the gigantic fair exhibit "Coaster Boy" for legendary Chicago wagon company, Radio Flyer, and the Havoline thermometer exhibit, which was on record as the world's largest thermometer for many years.

His design work was not limited to architectural collaboration. Iannelli, together with his wife Margaret, an artist in her own right, set up Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge.

Along with his poster work, he designed ads, magazine covers, packaging and he was deeply involved in industrial design including fountain pens, lamps and appliances, including the extremely popular Coffeemaster and matching toaster for Sunbeam Electric Co. in 1939.

Other notable works by Iannelli include the twelve bronze constellation placques at the Adler Planetarium; the Rock Of Gibraltar relief for the Prudential Building; the Kenna House apartments and Imaculatta High school, all located in Chicago.

Many of Iannelli's sculptures and designs have been on display at the Art Institute of Chicago where he served as an instructor and was Head of the Design Department for a time. His work was not limited to the Chicago area alone.

Iannelli's work can be found in many states throughout the U.S. and his collaborations with Byrne extended into Europe.

Iannelli's Catlow design includes the stenciling on the Catlow's ceiling, walls and beams along with the sculpted gargoyle-like heads that border each ceiling truss and the "Fountain Idyll" sculpture in the inner lobby.

Other highlights include three coat-of-arms wall murals, iron wall sconces, the detailed woodwork on both of the organ lofts and the original hand painted stage curtain.

Another fine example of his craftsmanship can be seen at the Pickwick Theater in Park Ridge, Illinois (Iannelli's hometown from 1915 until his death in 1965.)

The blueprints for the Catlow Theater had been the original Pickwick Theater plans. The Pickwick owner decided on a different style and Wright Catlow acquired those plans.

Architects Betts & Holcomb also designed a few other theaters in Illinois including the Des Plaines Theater in Des Plaines and the Deerpath Theater in Lake Forest.

The Deerpath and the Catlow were somewhat similar in their architectural floorplans - the significant difference being the Catlow's lack of a balcony.

The Deerpath's mediteranean-style interior design motif was quite different from the Catlow's design. Iannelli was not involved with the Deerpath's interior design in any way.

The Deerpath closed its doors as a movie theater operation in the early 1980's. Its interior was initially tranformed into an office mall but has since been converted into a small shopping mall.

In May of 1927, the Catlow Theater opened for business with "Slide, Kelly, Slide" as its first feature film. In those early days, Wright Catlow was also running vaudeville acts on Sunday nights.

He had work











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I picked up some new batteries for the camera, and they were basically dead out of the package (rechargeables) so I was able to get some pics, not the quality I wanted but none of the features would work with a low battery :( Oh well. Still got some good pics : D

-Nathan









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industrial packaging equipment repair




Food Packaging Science and Technology (Packaging and Converting Technology)






With a wealth of illustrations, examples, discussion questions, and case studies, the Food Packaging Science and Technology covers basic principles and technologies as well as advanced topics such as active, intelligent, and sustainable packaging with unparalleled depth and breadth of scope. Emphasizing the application of relevant scientific principles to create effective designs and quality products, an international team of contributors draws on their collective experience to equip you with the necessary knowledge and tools to tackle modern food packaging problems.
Divided into four parts, this book begins with an extensive discussion of packaging materials science. Contributions review the basic concepts of chemical and physical properties as they relate to food packaging. They cover gas permeation and migration and give detailed information on the four basic types of packaging materials: plastics, glass, metal, and cellulosic. The second part applies the previous information to the field of packaging technologies. Traditional methods and concepts such as end-of-line operations, permeation and migration, canning and aseptic packaging, and vacuum/modified atmosphere packaging are juxtaposed with the more advanced technologies of microwaveable packaging, active packaging, and intelligent packaging.
Part 3 discusses shelf life determination and elements of storage stability and packaging requirements of various food categories. The final part presents issues related to packaging sociology, addressing sustainable packaging, as well as sociological and legislative considerations.










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