This Steam Culture segment will appeal to all of the ladies out there as Brent discusses a topic that most women deal with during their morning routine: fixing their hair. This topic came from Kelly, a WARE employee. She was curious how steam played a role in straightening her hair. Wondering how you can make your hair beautiful with steam?
Last week on Steam Culture, we visited the Louisville Water Works Museum to take a look at the Allis Chalmers Steam Pump. We met with Jay who is an educational specialist for the museum and learned about the history of the steam pump and how it was used back in 1919 just after WWI. If you missed part ,1 you can watch it here.
If you love a good history lesson, then be sure to watch today's Steam Culture episode. Brent visits with Jay, an education specialist at the Louisville Water Park Tower Museum, to talk about the Allis Chalmers Steam Powered Pump built in 1919 just after World War I.
Today on Steam Culture, Brent talks about smoke stacks. Did you know that the idea of a smoke stack derived from the Ancient Romans? From then until now, smoke stacks are still used and have actually changed the landscape of many cities.
Did you know that you can use boilers to put out fires? Today on Steam Culture, Brent visits the Vintage Fire Museum in Jeffersonville, IN and learns about the Steamer, which uses fire to fight fire.
On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent talks about the power of the sun and how it can be used to generate steam, which then turns a turbine to create electricity.
Did you know that the first printed item in history was the Bible? It's true! On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent will be looking at how the invention of the steam engine in 1775 created new printing press technology for the 1800s. Using the power of steam, they went from printing thousands of pages a day to millions.