Perfecting the 500 Gallon Per Day Frost Machine

Prior to Edwin Keagy’s decision to enter into a production and distribution agreement with Reymers & Brothers Candy of Pittsburgh, it was unclear whether it could even be done.  Mass Production of Lem-n-Blennd would require new factory floor equipment.  Keagy’s unwillingness to give up the entire Lem-n-Blennd formula only complicated this undertaking.  indicated by the first  drawing of the 500 gallon per day Frost Machine.  Early correspondence between Keagy and Harry Matchnear of Reymers highlights various options:

“Referring to the photostat, figure 1, 2,and 3, represent a special two stage ejector capable of producing a sufficiently high vaccum to maintain a temperatture in the chamber 5, of approximately 25 degrees.  This two stage ejector will require approximately 250 pounds of per hour of steam at 110 pounds gauge pressure for its operation and require 13 gallons of water per minute.”

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