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By the mid-1920s the search was on for a small, self-starting, electric motor, operating on alternating current (by then the choice of most power utilities).
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
This case study looks at a model healthy house in Toronto designed by architect Martin Liefhebber.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
The "winter air conditioner" was a convergence of five advanced technologies: oil burner, controls, fan, filter and humidifier.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
The popularization of automated central heating would await the arrival of the high-pressure, fuel-atomizing, gun-style, conversion oil burner.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
It doesn't take a lot to help rockfish! It can be as simple as watching what you eat at a restaurant or making a phone call if you see a rockfish poacher.
Collection: Conservation in Action : The Rockfish
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Significant archaeological artifacts can be reproduced in small museums and schools. First a mold of an artifact is made and epoxy used to make the artifact.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
This 1930s historic artefact demonstrated the ingenuity of Canadian engineers to take common components and combine them into a unique portable heater.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada

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