Below is a list of events that occur during the manufacture of ice. These
events are out of chronological sequence. Each event is lettered. Arrange the
events in chronological order by answering the questions below. Enter the
letter of the appropriate event in the blank by each question.
The core water is replaced with potable water.
The ice is placed on a slide that leads to the ice storage room.
EVENT C. A "core sucker" is used to remove the core water.
EVENT D. A can filling tank is used to fill several ice cans with water at
the same time.
Cranes lift the ice cans and place the cans in tanks of brine
cooled by a refrigerant.
The ice cans are removed from the brine tank and placed in a
dip tank to defrost the ice from the can.
EVENT G. The water freezes from the sides toward the center (core), with
EVENT H. Filtered air begins to bubble through a copper pipe placed in the
center of each ice can.
The core is allowed to freeze.
a. What is the FIRST EVENT?
b. What is the SECOND EVENT?
What is the THIRD EVENT?
d. What is the FOURTH EVENT?
e. What is the FIFTH EVENT?
What is the SIXTH EVENT?
g. What is the SEVENTH EVENT?
h. What is the EIGHTH EVENT?
What is the LAST EVENT?