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ammonia refrigeration process (Cooling Towers) equipment

  • Ammonia Absorption Refrigeration

    Ammonia absorption refrigeration is time-tested technology that has come of age. Waste heat recovery can be combined with absorption chilling to reduce or eliminate the electric power bill of mechanical refrigeration. For instance, if a company has a power-generating gas turbine, the high temperature exhaust heat can be converted to refrigeration ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Waste Heat Refrigeration

    There are hundreds of applications where available waste energy could be used to generate refrigeration. A few of these applications would be in the food processing industry where exhaust heat from a power generating turbine could be used to drive an ammonia-water absorption refrigeration cycle to produce low temperature refrigeration. Bio-gas ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Evapcold - Model LCR-C - Low Charge Packaged Ammonia Chillers

    The Evapcold packaged chiller product line consists of 50 models. Each is completely self-contained and has a very low ammonia charge of less than 1.0 lb per TR. Evapcold units come with several optional features and accessories that make them a truly innovative solution for your refrigeration needs. The chiller provides a chilled secondary fluid ...

    By Evapco Inc. based in Westminster, MARYLAND (USA). from Evapcold Product line

  • GfG MiniCal - Model III - Reliable Detection of Ammonia

    NH3 detection for cooling circuits; NH3 cooling systems need for long-term security of investments, as well as in open systems to comply with the environmental standards, are continuously monitored for leaks. NH3 is one of the most widely used refrigerants. However, it has a strong irritant and corrosive effect. NH3 reacts aggressively and this ...

    By Gesellschaft für Gerätebau (GfG) mbH based in Braintree, UNITED KINGDOM. from Water Measuring Systems Product line

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