Adjustable Thermostat allows you to dry different foods at proper temperatures to produce the best drying results. Features a top mounted fan and 500 watts of drying power generate maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, and jerky. Helps dry food in hours, not days like other food dehydrators. Comes with 4 trays. Opaque exterior helps block harmful light which destroys the nutritional content of the food being dehydrated. Patented drying system forces air down the exterior pressurized chamber (not through the trays). The hot air is forced horizontally across each individual tray, converging on the core for fast, even and nutritious drying. No flavor mixing and no need to rotate trays.
Commercial manual can opener from Nemco Foods. Revolutionary lid removal process...opener actually reverses the can manufacturing process by removing the lids exterior seam. Leaves no sharp edges on the lid or can, and lid never drops into can. No metal shavings produced. Opens 8-10 cans per minute. Recommonded for up to 100 cans per day. Precision ground stainless steel blade for extra long life. One replaceable blade can cut approximately 5000 cans. Can locking feature allows operator to open the smallest to the largest cans with operational ease. Eliminates the "lift, slam, puncture and rip" methods used by some older openers. Easily mounts on most countertops up to 1-7/8" thick. Heavy duty screw down base keeps opener extra stable and secure. Precision high torque gearing allows for easy, effortless opening of all cans. Height adjustment know allows for opening of cans as large as 6" and as small as 3" in diamterer...opens cans up to 13" in heigh
Features a super-sharp, stainless steel, interchangeable cutting grid. Able to perform a square cut or slicing cut. Built for years of reliable performance. Use for fast, easy chopping, cutting and dicing of onions, tomatoes, potatoes, celery, peppers and other firm vegetables. Perfect for salsa and pizza toppings.
Add side dishes and entrTes to existing buffet lines orcreate entirely new temporary buffet lines quickly andeasily with NEMCO full-size countertop warmers. Youï¿½llenjoy greater menu flexibility and the ability to respondefficiently to changing menu requirements. Plus thereliable infinite control thermostat helps ensure thatfood held in serving lines is always within your foodsafety temperature guidelines. Unique heating elementdesign provides even heat distribution to prevent "hotspots". Heavy-duty stainless steel well. Full Size Cooker/Warmer is 14-5/8"W x 22-9/16"D x 10-1/2"H. 120V. Ideal for serving vegetables, stir-fry, casseroles, lasagna and other items in buffet lines and catering applications. Accepts a 12" x 20" full-size pan or fractional-size pans. 1500 Watts.
Bar heater with calrod heating element. 120 volt unit with toggle switch and indicator light. Aluminum shell mounts directly to serving shelf to keep foods warm while waiting to be picked up. Unit is hard wired (no plug). Available in five different lengths. UL listed.
Powerful, oversized NEMCO burners make an attractive choice for demonstration cooking. Solid-top, cast-iron French burners heat up quickly and evenly, with six heat settings that can take you from a simmer to a boil in minutes. Horizontal and vertical configurations with one-, two- and four-burner setups fit most spaces. Multiple burners offer heating versatility. Right burner on the horizontal is a 1500-watt cooker, while the 500-watt left burner is perfect for warming. Vertical units have the cooker in the front. Durable, stainless steel construction makes cleanup quick and easy. All models equipped with adjustable feet for added convenience. Single Burner Model. 12" x 12" x 4 1/2". Available 120V or 240V.
Powerful, oversized NEMCO burners make an attractive choice for demonstration cooking. 4-1/2" x 24" x 12". Brushed stainless steel construction, cast iron alloy burners, six position temperature control, built in thermo protection, cord and plug including 120 volt, 2000 watts, 16.7 amps. Right burner is a 1500-watt cooker, while the 500-watt left burner is perfect for warming.
Powerful, oversized NEMCO burners make an attractive choice for demonstration cooking. 4-1/2" x 12" x 24". Brushed stainless steel construction, cast iron alloy burners, six position temperature control, built in thermo protection, cord and plug including 120 volt, 2000 watts, 16.7 amps. Front burner is a 1500-watt cooker, while the 500-watt back burner is perfect for warming.
Powerful, oversized NEMCO burners make an attractive choice for demonstration cooking. 12" x 24" x 14-1/2". Brushed stainless steel construction, cast iron alloy burners, six position temperature control, built in thermo protection, 208/240V. Two elements, 240 volt. 3000 watts, 10.8/12.5 amps.
Hot plate with four burners. 14-1/2" x 24" x 24". Brushed stainless steel construction with cast iron alloy burners. Six position temperature control. Built in thermo protection, cord and plug included. Two 1.5 KW front burners,two 2 kw back burners. 240 volt, 7000 watts, 25.2/29.1 amps.Nemco?s Hot Plates are powerful units that offeroversized burners built for heavy duty cooking. Theseunits are ideal for cooking or holding soups, sauces, orstews in large stock pots, as well as fulfilling panfrying and sautï¿½ing needs. Choose from threeconvenient, portable, counter top models that areavailable in a variety of shapes and sizes to meetspecific space requirements. All models are equippedwith spill-proof, solid top, French burners. These durableburners measure 8" in diameter providing even heatdistribution and quick heat-up time. Temperature controlsoffer six heat settings that range from simmering toboiling. Each element has a built in thermo-protectiondevic
More than just a heated merchandiser, each of these models features a French curved glass case that enhances presentation and creates impulse sales. Glass conveniently tilts forward for easy cleaning. Rear sliding glass doors can be quickly removed for cleanup as well. Brushed stainless steel and tempered glass construction combine quality appearance with durability. Extra-large water reservoir controls humidity, while thermostatic controls hold a temperature range of 100ï¿½F to 220ï¿½F. Metal sheath elements are located in the base unit, and a convection fan distributes heat evenly. Adjustable 4-inch legs and adapter bar let you customize your presentation. Ideal for food courts, kiosks, coffee shops, supermarkets and convenience stores. Countertop Heated Case Holds Two (2) 12" x 20" pans, 2-1/2" deep. 23-1/8" x 29-1/2" x 29-5/8", 120 volts, 1775 watts, NSF approved.
More than just a heated merchandiser, each of these models features a French curved glass case that enhances presentation and creates impulse sales. Glass conveniently tilts forward for easy cleaning. Rear sliding glass doors can be quickly removed for cleanup as well. Brushed stainless steel and tempered glass construction combine quality appearance with durability. Extra-large water reservoir controls humidity, while thermostatic controls hold a temperature range of 100ï¿½F to 220ï¿½F. Metal sheath elements are located in the base unit, and a convection fan distributes heat evenly. Adjustable 4-inch legs and adapter bar let you customize your presentation. Ideal for food courts, kiosks, coffee shops, supermarkets and convenience stores.
NEM-6454-2 32-5/8" x 19-1/8" x 19-1/8" $900.00NEM-6455-2 32-5/8" x 23-1/2" x 23-1/2" $1050.00NEMCO's heated pass thru display cases are great for displaying your baked goods and keeping them warm and fresh for your customers all day long. The pass thru feature makes it easy for you to place the food in from behind the display and the customers can reach in the case to take whichever item they want from the front of the display. The unit is constructed in stainless steel and tempered glass. The smaller case comes with three 15" square shelves, and the larger case comes with 19" square shelves. Illuminated interior, water reservoir, and thermostat control up to 200ï¿½F, 120 volts, 1480 watts, NSF approved.
Incredibly space-efficient, the NEMCO Heated Snack Merchandiser has a compact footprint that will fit virtually anywhere on your counter, so it can be in the right place at the right time. Plus, for lasting performance, its construction features a stainless steel frame and tempered glass with impact-resistant polycarbonate door. Heating elements made of Incoloy nickel-based metal for high temperature corrosion resistance. When the aroma gets your customers attention, they naturally start looking for the source. The NEMCO Heated Snack Merchandiser is specially designed to make your enticing foods easy to see. The dual-rack system slants toward customer traffic for optimumvisual merchandising appeal. The stainless steel trays are movable and can take on 17 different positions for versatility. A 40-watt display lamp inside the merchandiser creates warm lighting that makes your food look its very best. Tempered glass sides and a polycarbonate front door resist scratching so customers alway
NEM-6454 32-5/8" x 19-1/8" x 19-1/8" $789.00NEM-6455 32-5/8" x 23-1/2" x 23-1/2" $962.00NEMCO's heated display cases are great for displaying your baked goods and keeping them warm and fresh for your customers all day long. Unit is constructed in stainless steel and tempered glass. The smaller case comes with three 15" square shelves, and the larger case comes with 19" square shelves. Illuminated interior, water reservoir, and thermostat control up to 200ï¿½F, 120 volts, 1480 watts, NSF approved.
NEM-6460 23-3/4" x 28-1/8" x 13-1/16" $630.00NEM-6462 25-5/8" x 40" x 20-1/4" $1,050.00NEMCO's heated display case is constructed in stainless steel with tempered glass windows. The case comes with three shelves, illuminated interior, water reservoir, and thermostat control up to 200ï¿½F. 120 volts, 1480 watts, NSF approved.
Cooks all types of pasta, vegetables, dumplings, shellfish and boiled side dishes quickly and easily. Heats up in less than 9 minutes. Heavy-duty baskets with coated handles and stainles steel construction stand up to tough, commercial use. Convenient front draining system with safety lock. Single tank, two twinn baskets, 2.5 gallon capacity. 19-13/16" x 11-7/8" x 23-5/8". Works on 208 or 240 Volts.
From Crepes to taco shells to waffle cookies and more! The Nemco waffle cone bakers offers virtually unlimited, fresh baked item possibilities. These commercial waffle cone makers feature lock-down grids for uniform thickness capabilities. All bakers have flat ring heating elements mounted behind and in contact with the heating surface for uniform temperature and uniform cone color. The temperature pre-heats in 12 minutes controlled by a pre-set thermostat. A dial operated, 5 minute timer with bell signals when the waffle is done. Non-skid neoprene feet with solid stainless steel construction helps assure easy cleanup, durability and a gleaming appearance. Grids measure 7" in diameter. NSF approved for commercial food service use.
I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will
faithfully execute the Office of President of the
United States, and will to the best of my Ability,
preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the
The newly elected or re-elected President
traditionally adds "so help me God" to the
constitutionally mandated statement.
Since Chief Justice
Oliver Ellsworth swore in President
John Adams, no Chief Justice has missed a
regularly-scheduled Inauguration Day swearing-in. When
Inauguration Day has fallen on a Sunday, the Chief
Justice has administered the oath to the President
either on inauguration day itself or on the preceding
Saturday privately and the following Monday publicly.
Eight presidential deaths and
resignation have forced the oath of office to be
administered by other officials on other days. The
War of 1812 and
World War II forced two swearings-in to be held at
other locations in Washington, D.C.
From 1789 through 2005, the swearing-in has been
administered by 14 Chief Justices, one
Associate Justice, three
federal judges, two
New York state judges, and one
notary public. Though anyone legally authorized to
administer an oath may swear in a President, to date the
only person to do so who was not a judge was John C.
Calvin Coolidge's father, a notary whose home the
then-Vice President was visiting in 1923 when he learned
of the death of President
Warren G. Harding.
Treaty of Paris in 1783 left the United States
independent and at peace but with an unsettled
governmental structure. The
Second Continental Congress had drawn up
Articles of Confederation in 1777, describing a
permanent confederation, but granting to the
Congress—the only federal institution—little power to
finance itself or to ensure that its resolutions were
enforced. In part, this reflected the anti-monarchy
view of the Revolutionary period, and the new American
system was explicitly designed to prevent the rise of an
American tyrant to replace the British King.
However, during the
economic depression due to the collapse of the
continental dollar following the
Revolution, the viability of the American government
was threatened by political unrest in several states,
efforts by debtors to use popular government to erase
their debts, and the apparent inability of the
Continental Congress to redeem the public
obligations incurred during the war. The Congress
also appeared unable to become a forum for productive
cooperation among the States encouraging commerce and
economic development. In response a
Constitutional Convention was convened, ostensibly
to reform the Articles of Confederation, but that
subsequently began to draft a new system of government
that would include greater executive power while
retaining the checks and balances thought to be
essential restraints on any imperial tendency in the
office of the President.
Individuals who presided over the
Continental Congress during the Revolutionary period
and under the Articles of Confederation had the title "President
of the United States in Congress Assembled," often
shortened to "President of the United States". The
office had little distinct executive power. With the
1788 ratification of the Constitution, a separate
executive branch was created (President of the United
The President's executive authority under the
Constitution, tempered by the checks and balances of the
judicial and legislative branches of the federal
government, was designed to solve several political
problems faced by the young nation and to anticipate
future challenges, while still preventing the rise of an
autocrat over a nation wary of royal authority.
Head of state is the generic term for the
individual or collective office that serves as the chief
public representative of a
commonwealth or any other political
state. His or her role generally includes
personifying the continuity and legitimacy of the state
and exercising the political powers, functions and
duties granted to the head of state in the country's
constitution and further legislation. The head of
state is often thought of as the official "leader" of
Charles de Gaulle described the role he envisaged
for the French president when he wrote the modern French
constitution, stating the head of state should
embody "the spirit of the nation" for the nation itself
and the world: une certaine idée de la France (a
certain idea about France). Today many countries expect
their head of state to embody national values in a
protocolary terms, states are distinguished as
republic depending on the style (and usually mode of
accession, see below) of their head of state, a typical
constitutional provision, but as such this is not
defining for the actual political system, which often
evolves significantly within either or can remain
unaltered in other respects despite a transition from
monarchy to republic (or, rarer, vice versa).
constitutions (fundamental laws) establish different
political systems, but four major types of heads of
state can be distinguished:
the non-executive head of state system,
in which the head of state does not hold any
executive power and mainly plays a symbolic role on
behalf of the state;
parliamentary system, in which the head of state
possesses executive power but the exercise of this
power is done on the advice of a cabinet;
One form that the head of state role takes can be
loosely called the non-executive head of state model.
Its holders are excluded completely from the executive:
they do not possess even theoretical executive powers or
any role, even formal, within the government. Hence
their states' governments are not referred to by the
traditional parliamentary model head of state
styles of "His/Her Majesty's Government" or "His/Her
Excellency's Government." Within this general category,
variants in terms of powers and functions may exist. The
King of Sweden, since the passage of the modern Swedish
Instrument of Government) in the mid 1970s, no
longer has any of the parliamentary system head of state
functions that had previously belonged to Swedish kings,
but still receives formal cabinet briefings monthly in
the royal palace. In contrast, the only contact the
Irish president has with the Irish government is through
a formal briefing session given by the
Taoiseach (prime minister) to the President.
However, he or she has no access to documentation and
all access to ministers goes through the
Department of An Taoiseach (prime minister's
Elizabeth II, one of the world's best
known and longest serving heads of
parliamentary systems the head of state may be
merely the nominal chief executive officer of the state,
possessing executive power (hence the description of the
monarch's government as His/Her
Majesty's Government; a term indicating that all
power belongs to the sovereign and the government acts
on Her Majesty's behalf, not parliament's). In reality
however, due to a process of constitutional evolution,
powers are usually only exercised by direction of a
cabinet, presided over by a
prime minister, or President of the Government, who
is answerable to the legislature. This accountability
requires that someone be chosen from parliament who has
parliament's support (or, at least, not parliament's
opposition - a subtle but important difference). It also
gives parliament the right to vote down the government,
forcing it either to resign or seek a parliamentary
dissolution. Governments are thus said to be responsible
(or answerable) to parliament, with the government in
turn accepting constitutional responsibility for
advice to the head of state.
A monarchy is a
form of government in which supreme power is
absolutely or nominally lodged in an individual, who is
head of state, often for
life or until
abdication, and "is wholly set apart from all other
members of the
The person who heads a monarchy is called a monarch.
It was a common form of government in the world during
We cannot find any better definition of
monarchy than what this is: a monarchy is the
government which is ruled (really or
theoretically) by one person, who is wholly set
apart from all other members of the state's
(called his subjects); while we call republic
that government in which not only there exists
an organism by which the opinion of the people,
or of a portion of the people (as in
passes over into public will, that is, law,
but in which also the supreme power, or the
executive power, returns, either
periodically or at stated times (where the chief
magistracy is for life), to the people, or a
portion of the people, to be given anew to
another person; or else, that government in
which the hereditary portion (if there be any)
is not the chief and leading portion of the
government, as was the case in the Netherlands.
Currently, 44 nations in the world have monarchs as
heads of state, 16 of which are
Commonwealth realms that recognise
Queen Elizabeth II as their head of state.
Elizabeth II also holds a variety of other
positions, among them Head of the Commonwealth, Supreme
Governor of the Church of England, Duke of Normandy,
Lord of Mann, and Paramount Chief of Fiji.
The word monarch (Latin:
comes from the
Greekμονάρχης (from μόνος,
"one/singular," and ἀρχων, "leader/ruler/chief")
which referred to a single, at least nominally absolute
ruler. With time, the word has been succeeded in this
meaning by others, such as autocrat or
dictator. In modern use the word monarch
generally is used when referring to a traditional system
of hereditary rule, with elective monarchies often
considered as exceptions.