|Object Name||Centrifuge, Steam|
|Title||Tube Turn Steam Centrifuge|
|Description||Very large steel canister with braces attached, painted white but paint is chipping. It has two hatches on either end. There are raised letters barely readable through paint: "tt Tube-Turn, Trademark, CL75, 1 bolt Hinged Closure, 22 inch, GR 0, .-459." Also engraved on it is "P 22 212B, 73M596." There is a metal skirt around the middle, a brace on side, and a copper outlet pipe on the other side.|
|Caption||Tube Turn Steam Centrifuge|
The Tube Turn trademark is now owned by Sypris Technologies in Kentucky for pipe elbows, closures, hatches, etc.
Dr. Freese (1925-1990) was director of the basic neurosciences program at NINDS and chief of the laboratory of molecular biology in the same institute. He researched the causes of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease and the cancer-causing properties of various chemicals.
|Number of images||2|
|Credit line||Dr. Ernst Freese, Director, Basic Neurosciences Program, NINDS|
|Organizations||NIH; NINDS (National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke) (1998-p|
|Buildings||Building 36 (Lowell P. Weicker Building)|