refrigerant gas


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refrigerant gas

Any of several gases, e.g., Freon, used in ordinary household refrigerators. Poisoning may be caused by leaks, faulty connections or breakage, or gas dissipated into the atmosphere.
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vc(t)] is the volumetric efficiency by refrigerant gas heating during the compression process, ts is the compressed refrigerant temperature, and t1 is the intake refrigerant temperature;
Fire crews from Grangetown station were called to a nursing home in High Street, Lazenby, East Cleveland, to deal with a leak of refrigerant gas from a fridge.
The purchase, valued at more than $40 million, is the industry's largest single order ever for the environmentally friendly units, which use R134A refrigerant gas.
Hansen Technologies Corporation is a full-line refrigeration controls manufacturer supplying pressure regulators, solenoid valves, shut-off valves, refrigerant level transducer probes, noncondensible refrigerant gas (air) purgers, and other state-of-the-art components for commercial and industrial refrigeration systems.
Refrigatron technology assures that Airgas properly identifies the contents of returned refrigerant gas cylinders, enabling the company to pay HVAC contractors the highest price for used gases, while delivering efficiencies that make the reclamation process less labor intensive, safer and more cost-effective.
Tenders are invited for Supply of chlorine chemical calcium based granules for water supply installations under age e/m ii and supply only refrigerant gas for ac plants under age e/m-i of ge (nw) vasco
But something was discovered this week in 1938 that changed all that, a solidified refrigerant gas that we now know as Teflon.
The refrigerant gas enters the condenser, where Fans are used to help cool it down to atmospheric temperature and turn it back into a liquid, ready to expand and cool once again.
Vinod Kumar from Enviroserve said air-conditioning refrigerant gas can get contaminated by oil and moisture and this hampers productivity of the chiller.
Airgas will supply Johnson Controls with refrigerant gas, bulk and packaged industrial gas, welding hardgoods and related products, and personal protection equipment (PPE).
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Around 80 per cent of food processors are likely to be in breach of a new EU legislation surrounding the containment of refrigerant gas when it comes into force this July, according to energy monitoring and leak detection specialist Parasense.