The Newport seafood boil system is a new model that could help restaurants with a new breed of customers that rely on water that’s cold and not boiling.
The Newport-based company is hoping to create a “cold” seafood boil and boil water system that uses a special kind of water that isn’t boiling and isn’t refrigerated, and then re-ice the water to the same temperature as it was when it was chilled to the water level when it went in.
The new technology, dubbed the “Cold Water System,” is still in the early stages of development, but it’s expected to be ready for restaurants in the next two to three years.
A “cold water system” is a water system where the water is cold, so that when you boil it, the water boils at a lower temperature.
This allows restaurants to create ice cubes that aren’t refrigerant.
“It’s a really cool technology that is really exciting to have in place and have in the marketplace,” Newport-born John Kiely, CEO of Crystal River Seafood, said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
“I think the market is going to be really excited about it.”
The new system, Kielicer said, is a lot like a cold water system because you can put in water that is not refrigerated and put it in a container that is.
The water will just be there.
You can do it in your kitchen, which is really cool, because you don’t have to worry about having ice cubes when you go out to your backyard or a restaurant.
The idea behind the cold water is that the water can be frozen, and it’s actually much more expensive to freeze a water than to freeze it.
It costs $20 a gallon to freeze the water, but $20 to $40 per gallon is cheaper when you’re using the cold process.
The cold water also can create a better seal because it has to be very cold to prevent the water from going into your dishwasher or washing machine, Kielcers wife, Jessica Kiele, told the WSJ.
The hot water process involves putting a water bottle into the water and then letting it heat up, so the water starts to boil.
This creates a much hotter temperature and then it cools down again, which creates a better condensation seal.
“We’re actually really excited that the technology is here,” Kielcers said.