cast-iron


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extremely robust

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In a deep-fat fryer or deep cast-iron skillet, heat about 2 1/2 inches oil over medium-high heat to 375 degrees F.
Extensive masonry and window restoration, along with a new design scheme for the cast-iron structural system, laid the groundwork for an aesthetic overhaul that returned the building to its turn-of-the-century appearance.
We do sell a reasonable amount of cast iron Dutch ovens, as well as other cast-iron cooking utensils and accessories," said Virginia Solgot, marketing director of Wulf Outdoor Sports.
The theory behind the technology is to come up with ways to use lighter-weight metal alloys where normally heavier cast-iron metal would be used," McManus says.
As the process caught on, cast-iron facades were used throughout the country.
The first floor has six bedrooms, most with cast-iron fireplaces, open-plan living/kitchen area, shower room and family bathroom.
The restaurant business is another avenue, as cast-iron pieces can serve such food as fajitas, soups and stews or hors d'oeuvres.
At the University of Manchester Corrosion Protection Center in England, a group has been studying cast-iron piping buried in soil (used for such things as water mains).
Over the coming months, the aluminum-frame line will be expanded to 30 hp and the cast-iron frame line to 400 hp.
The category is definitely growing, much more so than we could have anticipated," said Mark Kelly, marketing communications manager for Lodge Manufacturing, which has the lion's share of the cast-iron cookware market and introduced the Logic line of pre-seasoned cast iron four years ago.
Between 1860 and 1890, more cast-iron buildings were erected in New York City than anywhere else, and in SoHo, a large number still remain.
In 1969, General Motors introduced the Chevrolet Vega, which had an all-aluminum block with no cast-iron cylinder liners.
It is among the first group of four cast-iron markers - there will eventually be 42 - providing on-the-spot history on one side and a colorful map of Lower Manhattan on the other, that are being placed at historic locations around the area.
Over the past 15 years, we replaced 400 miles of old, primarily cast-iron, pipe with new polyethylene pipe.