Products/Services for Arctic Chill Heat Pump

  • Air Conditioners-Image
    Air Conditioners - (638 companies)
    ...air temperature and humidity control where HVAC is unavailable. Air conditioners chill air by passing indoor air over evaporator coils, returning the chilled air to the room and exhausting the heat removed to the outside. The components of an air...
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    Heat Pumps - (289 companies)
    Heat pumps are reverse cycle air conditioners. They use a compression cycle system to supply heat or remove heat from a temperature-controlled space. Heat pumps are reverse cycle air conditioners. Heat pumps use a complete cycle system to supply...
    Chilled Beams - (42 companies)
    Chilled Beams are a type of convection HVAC system that are used to heat or cool rooms. Pipes of hot or cold water are passed through the beam. As the beam heats or cools it radiates the warmth or coolness to the surrounding air. Chilled beams...
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    Heat Exchangers - (1383 companies)
    ...exchanger, commonly measured in gallons per minute (gpm) for liquids and cubic feet per minute (cfm) for gases. Heat transfer efficiency increases with increasing flow rate in a heat exchanger, but flow is limited by the size of the pump available...
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    Water Pumps - (854 companies)
    Water pumps move water that does not contain suspended solids or particulates. Applications include water supply, irrigation, land and mine drainage, sea water desalination, and condensate transport. Water pumps move water that does not contain...
    Heat Pipes - (54 companies)
    Heat pipes are self-contained heat pumps that can transport heat at high rates over fairly substantial distances with no external pumping power. Heat pipes are made out of aluminum or copper and are lined with a wicking material such as a ceramic...
    HVAC Chillers - (198 companies)
    ...the chilled water temperatures. When water is pumped from the reservoir to the compressor, the chilling cycle begins again. Condenser Cooling Specifications. HVAC chillers vary in terms of condenser cooling method, cooling specifications and process pump...
    Fluid Heat Transfer Systems - (118 companies)
    ...for pumping fluid through the system. It is typically measured in pounds per square inch (psi). Heater capacity is the ability of a device to add heat to the process fluid. It is typically measured in kilowatts (kW) or British thermal units per hour (Btu/hr...
    Heat Detectors - (104 companies)
    Heat detectors are fire detection devices that sense heat produced by combustion. Heat detectors can trigger an alarm when they detect rapid temperature rise or reach a preset temperature. Heat detectors are fire detection devices that sense heat...
    Hydraulic Pumps - (673 companies)
    Hydraulic pumps deliver high-pressure fluid flow to the pump outlet. Hydraulic pumps are powered by mechanical energy sources to pressurize fluid. Hydraulic pumps are positive displacement pumps which pressurize hydraulic fluid in order to do work...

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  • Use of heat pumps to improve the bearing capacity of frozen soils
    L. E. Goodrich and J. C. Plunkett, "Performance of heat pump chilled foundations," in: Proceedings of the Fifth Canadian Permafrost Conference, Centre d'etudes Nordiques, Universite Laval (1990), pp. 409-418. … pumps for building in permafrost areas," in: Second International Conference on the Arctic Margins, Volume of …
  • Potential of ground heat source systems
    ‘A convective model for subsurface flow in a chilled pipe’, Canadian Arctic Gas Study Ltd. ‘History of the development of heat pumps ’, Schweiz.
  • Looking to the Future
    Gelbspan (2005) comments as follows: “As we continue to pump gasified carbon and other greenhouse gases into … Storms are becoming more violent, droughts more prolonged, downpours more torrential, and heat waves more intense. … humans heat the far North and melt the polar ice, nature repays us – at least in the short term – with crueller, more severe winters, as the melting ice chills the south-flowing currents from the Arctic Circle and the northeasters …
  • Energy Savings Modeling of Standard Commercial Building Re-tuning Measures: Large Office Buildings
    Combination 1 can be applied to the single-duct VAV systems with VFDs installed on both chilled -water pumps and cooling tower fans. … from 28% for hot climates to 59% for cool marine climates, to 29% for sub- arctic climates. To generalize among the various climates, most of the energy savings is from heating (generally about 2/3 …
  • Pumping Hydrate Slurries in the Arctic: A Different Perspective
    They also emphasized the difficulties of building heat exchangers as well as natural cooling to ambient sea … The vast resources of hydrates in the Arctic present a thermodynamic challenge. Once the solid hydrates are formed they can be mixed with chilled crude and pumped for further process and storage.
  • Examining concentrations and molecular weights of thiols in microorganism cultures and in Churchill River (Manitoba) using a fluorescent-labeling method couple...
    An arctic alga (A. septentrionalis) was also grown at 10 °C using f/2 medium enriched with vitamin … … 63° N/94.24° W and R2 58.66° N/94.17° W) in Chur- chill , Manitoba, were obtained … … km from the river mouth in a very open environment close to a pump house whereas R2 … … hydrochloric acid (HCl, Sigma-Aldrich) and were added to the GFF filter and heated to 70 °C …
  • Large unit for production of low-pour base stocks for northern- and arctic-grade oils
    … iS made of optimal dilution rate of the feedstock with solvent (from i/3 to 1/5) and chilling … plan of large unit for production of low- pour base stocks for northern- and arctic -grade oils: l)crystal- lizers; 2) tanks; 3) vacuum filters; 4) heat exchangers; 5) towers; 6) furnace; 7) air-coolers; 8) pumps ; I) feedstocks; II) dewaxed oil; III) slack wax; IV) toluene; V) MEK; VI) steam; VII) water.
  • Successful Application of Casing-While-Drilling Technology in a Canadian Arctic Permafrost Application
    … experiments conducted by Kutasov et al (1988) has highlighted the need to maintain chilled drilling mud to … Production operations in the Canadian Arctic have not yet reached development stage. … the larger +16-in. (+406-mm) surface hole sections, typically, results in higher pump rates to effectively … … while pumping down the smaller drill string and BHA bore results in mechanical heat transfer to the …
  • Large-Scale Laboratory Testing of the Geomechanics of Petroleum Reservoirs
    All non-electrically classified equipment (most of the instrumentation, many of the pumps ) are housed in “purge … A large, internal coiled-tube heat exchanger in the top head, fluid filled section allows for efficient … A liquid- nitrogen based, computer-controlled chilling system allows the main vessel, transfer ancillary vessels and flow lines to be chilled to -30 ºC (for reproducing the high viscosity of oil sands and testing under Arctic conditions.

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