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Description: For applications -30°F to +10°F SST Necessary start components supplied Rotolock (RL) suction spud supplied with valve Capacity rated: -10°F evaporator / 130°F condensing
- Refrigerant Options: R12
- Power Source: 115 / 60 / 1
Description: ;¢ Capacity rated: 45°F evaporator; 130°F condensing Horsepower: 1 1/2 Voltage: 208-230/1/60 Rated Load Amps: 7.6 Oil: Alkylbenzene Mount (In.): 6 Height (In.): 14 Connection Suction (In.): 5/8 Connection Discharge (In.): 5/16 Connection Type: Sweat Refrigerant: R22
Description: Features Cradle base availabe for 3" and 3.5" shaft height PSCsingle speed Totally open Continuous duty Thermal protection 60°C ambient Applications Refrigeration condenser fans Refrigeration evaporator fans
- AC Voltage & Frequency: 208-230 / 240V 60 Hz
- Phase: Single-phase
Description: there is no change in boiling temperature or shift in composition during phase change, equipment operation, or leakage. R-502: Developed for use in low temperature refrigeration (the evaporator pressure stays out of vacuum down to -40°F). R-502 offers lower discharge temperature and improved
- Applications: Other
Supplier: Reznor/Thomas & Betts
Description: The M series condensing sections are optimized for use with any of the Reznor PreevA series of indirect fired HVAC systems. The M series can be used with other Reznor equipment with appropriate evaporator coils or with other brand air handlers when properly selected, matched and installed. The M
- Refrigerant Options: Other
- Power Source: 208-230 / 60 / 3, 460 / 60 / 3, Other Power
- Compressor Construction: Scroll
Description: Utilizes a Micro Vapor-Compression Refrigeration System 20ºC Cooler than Average Liquid Cooling System Equipped w/ Intelligent IC controller (Prevents Condensation) Includes Compressor, Condenser, Expansion Valve, & Evaporator Uses Standard 12V Power Maximizes Overclocking
Supplier: Glocon, Inc. (Swifter Fans)
Description: Exchangers Industrial Condensers & Chillers Industrial Refrigeration Evaporators
- Applications: Air Handling Units / HVAC
Description: A plastic handled whisk for cleaning condenser and evaporator fins.
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heat from ambient air forced through the evaporator coils by a fan. The chilled air maintains the temperature in a freezer or it can cool a room. When refrigeration is used to cool a large building, water rather than air is circulated through the evaporator. The water passes through cooling radiators
Operating Cycle Analyses of Different Refrigeration Systems Using Infrared Thermography
device. InfraMation 2005 Proceedings. ITC 108 A 2005-06-01. Figure 2. Scheme of the main components of a. refrigeration equipment of the "vapor compression. cycle" type. As shown in figure 2 above, the basic configuration of a vapor compression system includes an. evaporator, a compressor, a condenser
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