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Controlled atmosphere storage (CA) also known as modified atmosphere storage or gas storage refers to the technique in which the composition of the storage atmosphere is regulated or controlled. The value of the procedeure was first demonstrated in England in 1927, was introduced commercially in New York State in 1940 and has increased spectacularly in the United States and Canada in the last few years. The Okanagan Valley has CA storage capacity of 522,000 loose bushels with a possible expansion to 1,000,000 bushels by conversion of other existing facilities. CA storages in British Columbia are operated at 30-35
some engineering and operational aspects of controlled atmosphere storage
Porritt, S. W. 1966. SOME ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE STORAGE. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 8(1):19-21.
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