Cottonseed Products: A Manual of the Treatment of Cottonseed for Its Products and Their Utilization in the Arts

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D. Van Nostrand Company, 1904 - 240 páginas
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Página 150 - Prime Cottonseed Meal must be finely ground, not necessarily bolted, of sweet odor, reasonably bright in color, yellow, not brown or reddish, free from excess of lint, and must contain at least 38.6 per cent of protein.
Página 172 - Standard prime steam lard shall be solely the product of the trimmings and other fat parts of hogs, rendered in tanks by the direct application of steam, and without subsequent change in grain or character by the use of agitators or other machinery, except as such change may unavoidably come from transportation. It shall have proper color, flavor, and soundness for keeping, and no material which has been salted shall be included.
Página 226 - Oil must be clear, sweet in flavor and odor, free from water and settlings, and of no deeper color than 35 yellow and 7.1 red on Lovibond's equivalent color scale. The color...
Página 228 - Must be made from prime cake, finely ground, of sweet odor, reasonably bright in color, yellow, not brown or reddish, and free from excess of lint or hulls, and by analysis must contain at least 8 per cent of ammonia. 3. Off. — Any cottonseed meal which is distinctly deficient in any of the requirements of prime quality, either in color, odor, texture, or analysis, or all.
Página 105 - ... decorticated seed; must be sweet in flavor and odor; free from water and settlings; and shall produce, when properly refined, choice summer-yellow oil at a loss in weight not exceeding 6 per cent, for Texas oil and 7 per cent.
Página 236 - ... said commissioners shall be elected at the general election in the year nineteen hundred and six, and at the general election every four years thereafter; Provided, That when the population of any county shall equal or exceed seventy thousand, the board of county commissioners may consist of five members, any three of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Three of said commissioners in said county shall be elected at the general election in the year nineteen hundred...
Página 21 - ... in 1834; one is known to have been in operation in New Orleans in 1847; and a few other mills were built previous to the civil war. But as late as 1867 the slow progress that the industry had made was attested by the fact that there were only four mills actually in operation in the United States. The early operations of the new industry were carried on with the greatest secrecy, as though to guard a valuable mechanical secret, but it is now known that no radically new mechanism had been invented,...
Página 17 - The society therefore offers as follows: Oil from cotton seed To the planter in any of the British islands of the West Indies, who shall express oil from the Seed of Cotton, and make from the remaining seed hard and dry cakes, as food for cattle; the gold medal. Certificates that not less than one ton of the oil has been expressed, and five hundred weight of the cakes obtained, to be produced to the society, with two gallons of the oil, and two dozen of the cakes, together with a full account of...
Página 20 - ... the said fine may be collected in the name of the State before any justice of the peace in the county or city where the delinquent resides, in the same manner as other fines...
Página 226 - ... decorticated seed, must be sweet in flavor and odor, free from water and settlings, and must produce Prime Summer Yellow Grade by the usual refining methods, with a normal loss in weight.

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