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Which refrigerants will no longer be available beginning in 2020?

The Montreal Protocol is an international agreement designed to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production and consumption of ozone-depleting substances (ODS). The agreement, finalized [...]

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An In-Depth Look at Each Component of the Industrial Refrigeration Cycle

The refrigeration cycle removes unwanted heat from one place and discharges that heat in another area. The process is accomplished, in short, by the pumping of refrigerant through a closed [...]

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Maintenance of Industrial Refrigeration Systems for Best Performance

Maintenance of large-scale industrial refrigeration units is arguably at the top of the list when it comes to the reliability, performance, and efficiency of the equipment.  Preventative [...]

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The Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle, Step By Step

The Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle is nearly 200 years old, but it does not seem ready to leave the scene any time soon. While some people have viewed this method as environmentally [...]

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Industrial Refrigeration: Everything You Always Wanted to Know

From the beginning of industrial refrigeration, when in the nineteenth century the first systems were developed for applications related to the food industry, until today, where the applications [...]

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Electrical Safety Regulations for Chilling Plant with R717

One of the most widespread refrigerants used in the field of industrial cooling is R717 (Ammonia). The selection of the refrigerant is based on process parameters such as cooling temperature [...]

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7 Industry Applications for Refrigeration: From District Cooling to Data Centers

Industrial refrigeration isn’t air conditioning—it goes beyond that, both in scale and in the little details. Industrial refrigeration can be defined as the equipment and accessories projected to [...]

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Innovative Refrigeration Systems for Your Next District Cooling Project

Air conditioning is so expensive that it is sometimes even difficult to place a figure on it. Many factors feature when you attempt to determine the cost of running an air conditioning system. [...]

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Techno-commercial comparison for different heat exchange technologies for seawater applications

Many industrial sites such as oil and gas production facilities and district cooling plants are located on the sea shore. These facilities use seawater as a cooling medium if it is technically [...]

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Difference Between Air Cooled and Water Cooled Chiller System

Many regions in the world are grappling with water scarcity. Numerous efforts to desalinate and trade in water are evidence of the magnitude of the problem. The World Bank puts the number of [...]

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