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Carré (Ferdinand) ["carré" is French for square]: French engineer (1824-1900) who made the first vapour-compression refrigerator (1857) and the first continuously running vapour-absorption refrigerator (1860). He was the first man to produce ice using refrigeration devices (1862) and the first to use ammonia as a refrigerant (1863). He was also responsible for the first shipment of frozen meat between America and France (1875).
40 pages, black and white photocopies, 50 copies, October 1985, published by the author, Paris