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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Another important pollutant to be considered is the humidity present in a refrigerant gas; in fact it could cause (i) ice formation during gas expansion, during this phase, characterized by fast temperature drop (it can implicate the thermostatic valve arrest and consequent machine blockage) and (ii) the production of undesirable acidic compounds at the temperature values occurring during the end compression phases (higher than 373 K).
where [[eta].sub.vc(shell to suction)] is the volumetric efficiency by the refrigerant gas heating from the shell suction port to the suction intake and p is the refrigerant density in each portion;
As the fan draws warm air across the evaporator coils, the cold refrigerant gas is preheated.
Applications range from detection of loss of refrigerant gas in food processing and pharmaceutical plants to area safety monitoring in various chemical plants.
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.
Refrigerant reclamation is the act of processing used refrigerant gas which has previously been used in some type of cooling loop such that it meets specifications for new refrigerant gas.
reduced airflow) the refrigerant gas pressure is monitored and adjusted accordingly.
DuPont then confirmed its target in 2008 by purchasing refrigerants from the trader - found to be cylinders of R-22 refrigerant gas that were imported from China and then relabelled under the DuPont brand.