FRESH FISH PASTEURIZED WITH RADIATION - 1960S On a closed circuit TV screen scientists watch what happens when fish are exposed to cobalt 60 in an irradiation chamber for pasteurization. A tin box of fish moves along a conveyor belt passing under and over gamma rays that kill bacteria then up to a waiting worker who exchanges the irradiated fish for the next batch.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:48:00, No Audio
ATOMIC ENERGY USED TO PASTEURIZE FISH - 1960S LS of the U.S. Dept. of the Interior\'s laboratory and CU of the building sign where a refrigerated truck from P.J. Markos Seafood Co. pulls up. Workers unload the fish into a special laboratory where it will be pasteurized in a seafood irradiator chamber that uses Cobalt 60 (radio isotope of Cobalt) stored under water to shield people from gamma radiation.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:49:00, No Audio
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