refrigerant


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Synonyms for refrigerant

any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)

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causing cooling or freezing

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We studied one such case that was suspected to involve hydrocarbon clean refrigerant that occurred in a restaurant in 2013 for our project ("A Study on Explosion Hazards of Clean Refrigerant Propane Leaking from Air-Conditioning Units in Small Commercial Flats").
With a price that high, it is cheaper to replace a condensing unit ($600 to $700) than it is to buy the refrigerant that the system was designed to use.
Unlike when buying from a reputable supplier, there is no guarantee that the refrigerant will meet that specification or Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) standard 700, which details the acceptable purities and compositions of refrigerants.
4] investigated the performance of propane/isobutene refrigerant mixture in domestic refrigeration system.
Increasing population and increasing demand of refrigerants in automobile and food industries, along with initiatives for new technologies and products are projected to make this region ideal for the refrigerant market to grow.
During operation, chillers develop small leaks in their sealed refrigerant systems.
Because ASHRAE Standard 15 is designed to be applied as a prescriptive standard by local code enforcement authorities, it uses an extremely simple model to describe the behavior of refrigerant leakage phenomena.
The majority of respondents indicated they would prefer a brand-name refrigerant for their home, office, car or refrigerator if it would limit the risks posed by counterfeit refrigerants.
The core refrigerant in use around the world today is FIFC-134a, which came into use as a replacement for chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) because HFC-134a has a smaller ozone depletion potential (ODP).
has acquired the refrigerant business in Europe of major Belgian chemical group Solvay S.
In 2011, three refrigerated containers containing a counterfeit refrigerant exploded, killing three people.
The tests showed that, in general, energy efficiency ratio (EER) and cooling capacity of R-410A alternative refrigerants were slightly lower than that of the baseline refrigerant with a moderate increases in discharge temperature.
Arkema announces that its Forane[R] 427A (R-427A) retrofit refrigerant has been approved by Emerson Climate Technologies for aftermarket use with Copeland Discus[TM] compressors in low- and medium-temperature refrigeration applications.
Four new refrigerant blends have been added to the latest editions of major refrigerants-related standards published by ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers).
Less amount of refrigerant in the system may solve safety issues of new flammable refrigerants up to some extent, but with Micro channel Heat Exchanger's unique feature of refrigerant saving capabilities, this can be a solution to move forward with flammable refrigerants and may also help to reduce flammable refrigerants to permissible safety limits.