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Modern gum naval stores methods

Ralph W. Clements

Modern gum naval stores methods

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by Ralph W. Clements

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Published by Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English

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  • Naval stores -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

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    Statementby Ralph W. Clements ; drawings by Harry Rossoll.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    SeriesGeneral technical report SE -- 7.
    ContributionsRossoll, Harry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17614426M
    OCLC/WorldCa2429267

    The following is an excerpt from the book “Treasures of the Longleaf Pines Naval Stores”, Carroll B. Butler, author. The book was published by Tarkel Publishing, © Carroll B. Butler. This reproduction is with the permission of the author. TURPENTINE – MAJOR USES. In Bubble Gum Science, we explored the science of bubble gum as none before us have. For example: Thanks to bubble gum, we know why planets are round. We can draw bubble gum graphs. We can baffle ourselves with bubble gum math. We can prove bubble gum hypotheses. And, since the book comes with a package of genuine Bazooka bubble gum, you can, too.

    distilled. The joint products of the distillation are gum turpentine and rosin. The gum naval stores operation is defined as an agricultural pursuit and until the early 's was practically the only source of naval stores. The Southeast Coastal Area of the United Stat~s has long been a major center of world production of naval stores. Davco 1/, Destroyers, Great Britain, WWI £ British Royal Navy, Cruisers, Davco 1/, WWII £ MTC11 Etched brass sail sheet for 3rd rate vessels. Components List, Meridian 1/ scale Trafalgar ships. Etched brass sail sheet for 3rd rate vessels. MT1 HMS Victory. British, Meridian 1/ scale Trafalgar ships.

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The gum naval stores industry of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal states spanned more than years. Yet today, it is little known by those outside the now fading generation that witnessed its last years of backwoods prominence.

Outland does an outstanding job of 5/5(6). Naval Stores, Florida (ca. early 's) Photo caption: Improved gum naval stores extraction methods require new tools and techniques. Bark streaks 9 feet from the ground require a special long handled tool for pulling the streak and safely applying the acid.

A combination bark-pulling and acid-treating tool Modern gum naval stores methods book designed to meet this need. Naval stores are recovered from the tall oil byproduct stream of Kraft process pulping of pines in the United States. Tapping of living pines remains common in other parts of the world.

Turpentine and pine oil may be recovered by steam distillation of oleoresin or by destructive distillation of pine wood; solvent extraction of shredded stumps and roots has become more common with the. The naval stores industry collects, processes, and markets forest products refined from the oleoresin of the slash pine and longleaf pine trees (genus Pinus).The industry was associated with the maintenance of the wooden ships and sailing tackle of preth century navies, which were caulked and waterproofed using the pitch (or resin, also known as tar) of the pine tree.

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The gum naval stores industry of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal states spanned more than years. Yet today, it is little known by those outside the now fading generation that witnessed its last years of backwoods prominence.

Outland does an outstanding job of Cited by:   The naval stores industry in North America originated in the mid-eighteenth century in North Carolina. Before the major products of the trade were raw gum, pitch, and tar. After the American Revolution (), processes were developed for distilling spirits of turpentine from gum.

By96 percent of U.S. naval stores came from North. (shelved 31 times as naval-fiction) avg rating — 43, ratings — published Books shelved as naval-warfare: The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy, Castles of Steel by Robert K.

Massie, The Price of Admiralty: The Evolution of Na. During the s, with ATFA's decline and the relative end of turpentine production in the States, Brazil, Portugal, China, and Indonesia gradually became the major world producers of gum naval stores.

Inthe USDA quit reporting gum production and prices, the Gum Naval Stores Loan and Purchase Program ground to a halt, and federal gum. As this print on demand book is reprinted from a very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible.

Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback. Click Download or Read Online button to get proceedings of the southern states recreation research applications workshop asheville north carolina september 15 18 book now.

This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Part of the Springer Series in Wood Science book series (SSWOO) Abstract These oleoresins, which consist of an essential oil and a resin, are the source of turpentine (the essential oil), rosin (the resin), and a host of degraded products of rosin such as tars, pitches, oils, and fossil resins.

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the lucrative colonial naval stores industry. Tar production continued well into the late s when the wide use of steel ships end-ed the need for tar. Pitch was needed to coat the hulls of ships to protect them in tropical waters.

Boiling tar and a small amount of turpentine in a large iron pot made pitch. Boiling thickened the tar to a semi.

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From Southern Pine Trees "&ne trees, nr ffm bees, are fa be recommendations, was published as a Naval Stores Hand- book (34). of both gum and wood. Development of Modern Methods This period also marked the beginning of more modern methods of gum production.

Research on chemi. There's no such thing as one-stop shopping with Mahan, but this book provides an excellent cross-section of his ideas. Alas, it's out of print. (Hint, hint, Author: James R. Holmes.The writer’s material has been obtained from a book on Naval Stores, circapublished in in one of the local newspapers, and most important, by talking with those who lived during the period and many whose families were active in the business.