What is the blue gel used to heat chafing dishes?

Answer The blue gel that is used to heat chafing dishes is made of a combination of denatured alcohol, water and gel. This gel is poisonous and if ingested you should call Poison Control immediately.Sourc... Read More »

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How much heat will blue board insulation take?

Blue board insulation, also known as extruded polystyrene foam, can melt if exposed to high temperatures. The maximum exposure temperature is 167 degrees Fahrenheit according to Dow also ... Read More »

Many websites say that a typical Korean meal consists of rice, soup and side dishes. Why no main dishes?

It goes to a different style of eating. The rice serves as the base of each bite. You can add a tiny bit of each side dish or just one tiny bit of a side dish to get the taste combination you want... Read More »

How do you run the dishwasher without using the heater to dry the dishes at the end of the cycle - you need to run filters through your dishwasher to clean them but was told not to use the heat cycle?

Electrical Energy is added to the vacuum cleaner as input. This energy is converted to mechanical energy with heat energy and sound energy being wasted.

An Airman has collapsed on the flight-line because of the heat and you suspect it may be heat stroke Because of the severity of this type of heat emergency you must immediately?

Word? You're asking this? You were born in California, that's in America. You're cool. Go to the local government office that handles birth and death certificates and they can get you a copy of you... Read More »