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May 2021
Staying Frosty with A2L Refrigerants
The world of refrigerants, as we know it, is changing once again. Regulatory drivers and increasing efficiency demands are helping to shape the course of our industry.
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May 2021
How Humidity Affects Temperature Drop
When the humidity(water vapor) content of air entering a cooling coil is elevated, the temperature drop of air across that cooling coil is less than normal. When water vapor content of entering air is low, the temperature drop of air across the coil will be greater than normal.
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May 2021
Pandemic Spurs Interest in Germicidal UV-C for Air Disinfection
Many refrigeration engineers may be familiar with the restorative abilities of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI or UV-C) energy to remove biological growth from cooling coils and return cooling capacities to original design specifications.
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May 2021
Multiply Refrigeration Advantages with Multiplex System Design
Over the past several years, the drivers impacting the choice of refrigeration systems used in supermarket and restaurant applications have evolved significantly.
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