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    equipment
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • Mental resources

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.





    kitchen
  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

  • a room equipped for preparing meals

  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .

  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area

  • Cuisine

  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.





    marine
  • of or relating to the sea; "marine explorations"

  • (of artists or painting) Depicting scenes at sea

  • a soldier who serves both on shipboard and on land

  • Of, found in, or produced by the sea

  • Of or relating to shipping or naval matters

  • a member of the United States Marine Corps











marine kitchen equipment - AccuSharp 001




AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener


AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener



This knife shapener sharpens any double edge blade whether serrated or plain, thick or thin and it will do it faster than youd believe possible. AccuSharp sharpeners are the best, easiest and fastest sharpeners around. The difference is in the specially formulated, precision ground and mounted tungsten carbide blades.

Versatile and easy enough for anyone to use safely, the AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener lets you quickly sharpen a wide variety of bladed tools, from straight and serrated knives to cleavers and axes. Its unique, ergonomic design guards your fingers while a dependable, diamond-honed tungsten carbide blade puts a precision edge on your tools.

The AccuSharp 001
Knife Sharpener offers:
Speed, safety, and precision
A full-length finger guard
An ergonomic handle for right- or left-handed sharpening
5 to 10 years of use between blade changes








The tough, tungsten carbide blades are reversible and replaceable. View larger.


This sharpener can even handle serrated knives, making it a perfect pick for kitchens. View larger.


This verstile AccuSharp sharpener is also ideal for sportsmen and craftspeople. View larger.


Versatile, User-Friendly Design
A sharp blade makes it easier to get work done quickly and safely. The innovative AccuSharp Knife Sharpener lets you sharpen most blades in around ten seconds. Sharpening is oil- and mess-free, and it doesn't require guessing at angles or handling rough, awkward stones. This sharpener's easy-to-use design makes it a great tool to have on hand in professional and personal kitchens, as well as an easy choice for hunters, fishermen and women, gardeners, and craftspeople.
Featuring a unique, ergonomic handle, the AccuSharp fits neatly in either hand to accommodate both right- and left-handed users, and it includes a full-length guard that protects your fingers throughout the sharpening process.
Fast, Effective Sharpening
To get started sharpening, you simply place your knife on a table or counter top with the cutting edge up. Hold the knife handle securely with one hand. Then let the "V" notch on the sharpener straddle the blade, and use your thumb to apply light pressure as you draw the AccuSharp down past the point of the blade.
When you first use the AccuSharp on a blade, several passes may be required to make sure that your knife's cutting angle conforms to the AccuSharp angle. But once that angle is achieved the first time, it should take just two or three brief passes to put a sharp edge back on your knife--which means that sharpening fits into your busy schedule instead of interfering with it.
Dependable, Long-Lasting Construction
To deliver years of reliable use, AccuSharp sharpening blades are crafted from diamond-honed tungsten carbide, one of the hardest known materials. And because even the toughest industrial-quality blades eventually begin to show wear, AccuSharp's unique design allows you to reverse the blade to double its life span. Most users report an average of five to 10 years between blade replacements, which means that it's easy to ensure that your sharpener will be ready to go when you need it.
AccuSharp Knife Sharpeners will not rust, and they can be cleaned easily with soap and water or in your dishwasher.

What's in the Box
AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener










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Cove Point Lighthouse Cupola Watercolor




Cove Point Lighthouse Cupola Watercolor





I was out at dawn this morning trying to get a unique image of the copula of the Cove Point Light.

This light was built in 1828 by John Donahoo, who erected a brick conical tower along the plan he had used at several other sites in the Bay. In 1825 Congress had allocated funds to build a light at Cedar Point, four miles south at the mouth of the Patuxent River, but further consideration led to a decision to mark Cove Point and the shoal which jutted into the bay. A new appropriation in 1828 allowed construction of the light and keeper's house in the same year.

The original Argand lamps were replaced in 1855 with a fifth-order Fresnel lens; this in turn was upgraded to a fourth-order lens in 1857. A fog bell added in 1837 was moved several times and was mounted on both wood and iron towers before ending up on the roof of a wooden shed built in 1902 to house a foghorn. The foghorn equipment was moved in 1950 to a separate brick building, but the fog bell remains on the shed. Erosion was a significant problem, but was eventually brought under control through a seawall initially constructed in 1892 and upgraded in 1913 and 1993.

The keeper's house was enlarged in 1881 when it was converted to a duplex with housing for two keepers and their families. and again in 1925 when inside kitchens were installed. In 1950 a separate small house was built as home to a third keeper and his family. The keepers remained until 1986 when the light was finally automated. The light was in good condition, with much equipment remaining from prior years, when it was turned over to Calvert County in 2000. Since then it has been administered by the Calvert Marine Museum, which allows access to the light and grounds in the summer months.

Cove Point remains an active aid to navigation and is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay.

The first telephone in the area was installed so that the keeper could call the Baltimore Harbormaster and warn him of ships coming north on the bay.











Cove Point Lighthouse on shines through the clouds




Cove Point Lighthouse on shines through the clouds





This light was built in 1828 by John Donahoo, who erected a brick conical tower along the plan he had used at several other sites in the Bay. In 1825 Congress had allocated funds to build a light at Cedar Point, four miles south at the mouth of the Patuxent River, but further consideration led to a decision to mark Cove Point and the shoal which jutted into the bay. A new appropriation in 1828 allowed construction of the light and keeper's house in the same year.

The original Argand lamps were replaced in 1855 with a fifth-order Fresnel lens; this in turn was upgraded to a fourth-order lens in 1857. A fog bell added in 1837 was moved several times and was mounted on both wood and iron towers before ending up on the roof of a wooden shed built in 1902 to house a foghorn. The foghorn equipment was moved in 1950 to a separate brick building, but the fog bell remains on the shed. Erosion was a significant problem, but was eventually brought under control through a seawall initially constructed in 1892 and upgraded in 1913 and 1993.

The keeper's house was enlarged in 1881 when it was converted to a duplex with housing for two keepers and their families. and again in 1925 when inside kitchens were installed. In 1950 a separate small house was built as home to a third keeper and his family. The keepers remained until 1986 when the light was finally automated. The light was in good condition, with much equipment remaining from prior years, when it was turned over to Calvert County in 2000. Since then it has been administered by the Calvert Marine Museum, which allows access to the light and grounds in the summer months.

Cove Point remains an active aid to navigation and is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. (Wikipedia)









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marine kitchen equipment




Magma Newport Gourmet Series Gas Grill






Newport, Gourmet Series Gas Grill

Offering 162 square inches of grilling area--just right for grilling up to eight large hamburgers--the Magna Newport marine gas grill makes a finely crafted addition to your boat. The Newport is made of 100-percent 18-9 mirror-polished stainless steel for lasting beauty and superior corrosion resistance. The grill cooks quickly and evenly thanks to the dual-radiant-plate heat distribution system, which runs off of disposable 1-pound propane cylinders or onboard LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) systems. Best of all, the grill mounts securely to your boat's fishing rod holder (mounts sold separately), so you can grill safely and efficiently even when the ocean gets a little bumpy.
The Newport grill isn't just boat bound, however, as it includes stainless-steel foldaway legs that lets you take the grill to the shore. And to improve your grilling performance, the Newport's full-size inner safety shell funnels grease into a front-access grease tray, which reduces flare-up and heat discoloration. Other features include a 9-by-18-inch cooking grill with tightly spaced grid struts; reliable Piezo crystal ignition; an oversized, perfectly balanced locking lid; a full-length handle accessible from either side; a swiveling valve regulator; a warming rack; and a secondary grilling area.


The Newport marine grill mounts to your boat's fishing rod holder.
Specifications

Fuel: Propane
Fuel supply: Disposable 1-pound canister or onboard LPG system
Fuel burn time: 2 to 4 hours at recommended temperatures (with 1-pound canister)
Exterior construction: 100-percent mirror-polished 18-9 stainless steel
Interior construction: 100-percent 18-8 stainless steel
Grill dimensions: 9 by 18 inches
Grilling area: 162 square inches
Grill material: Stainless steel
Number of burners: 1
Grill burner BTU: 11,200
Handle material: Tubular stainless steel
Lid: Stainless steel
Bowl: Double-lined stainless-steel shell
Product dimensions: 11-1/2 by 11-5/16 by 22-3/4 inches (W x H x D)
Weight: 25.76 pounds
Warranty: 1-year manufacturer's warranty
About Magma Products
Magma traces its history back to 1976, when California sailors and identical twins Jim and Jerry Mashburn grew frustrated trying to attach grills to their boat. After several porcelain metal grills quickly rusted out, the twins set out to make a stainless-steel grill that could withstand the hardships of a saltwater environment. More than 30 years later, Magma's familiar stainless-steel grill can be seen from Newport to New South Wales, from Cape Cod to Cape Horn, from the South of France to San Francisco. The original charcoal grill is still available, but is now complemented with several round and rectangular propane models. Magma also sells mounting devices to accommodate all possible boating needs, tables to help with prepping and serving, umbrellas for shade, and anti-roll devices to steady the boat while you enjoy your favorite meal.










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