1. LCL (less container loading), covered with pearl wool, in wooden boxes.
2. The entire container, covered with pearl wool, is laid and fixed on an iron frame in the container.
A distiller is a device that combines two substances and they are very important for the preservation of a liquid. It includes heating it up to about 160 degrees Fahrenheit, where the two substances combined are transformed into a liquid. A common example of a distiller is the one you see in the movies and television shows, the propane tank distiller. The distiller, also known as a charcoal distiller, involves using a non-combustible substance as a fuel source. Using fuel is very important since fuel is a component of these distillers. These fuels usually comprise of non-combustible materials such as coal or wood. The combination of fuel and water are then heated up to a specific temperature and the resulting vapor is then condensed into a liquid.
After the combustion process, the liquids have a temperature of between 165 degrees and 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending on the exact design of the device, the vapors are then forced out of the distiller and are collected at different points. The gas produced from the combustion process is then used to power different machines, like vacuum cleaners, wine makers, and many others. At this point, the components of the device are all ready and this makes them highly versatile.
Because of the efficiency of this machine, it has been used in various different machines to perform the function of different tasks. This makes it useful to different industries since it can be used in many different fields. The different distillers used in manufacturing are similar to the ones used for domestic purposes but these do not require electricity. A typical example of a distiller is the table-top distiller. This type of device is used to extract the alcohol found in liquors, hence the name table top distiller.