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Global Warming Potentials of ODS Substitutes | Ozone Layer Depletion | US EPA
Perfluoromethane (CF 4) 50000 50000 50000 5820 6500 5700 Plasma etching and cleaning in semiconductor production and low temperature refrigerant. Perfluoroethane (C ... cleaning in semiconductor production, low temperature refrigerant and fire suppressant. Perfluorobutane (C 4F 10) 2600 2600 2600 8710 7000 8600 Fire suppressant and refrigerant where no other ...
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Refrigeration
Industrial and cold storage refrigeration systems have power requirements up to several megawatts and contain thousands of kilograms of refrigerant. Refrigeration temperature levels range from ... commercial refrigeration; Substitution of R-13B1 by R-410 in low temperature application R-507 Substitute for R502; Azeotropic refrigerant containing R-125 and R-143a (50/50% by ...
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products & applications
KB Designation Main applications   HFC-23 - by-product in production of HCFC-22 - low temperature refrigerant - firefighting agent     HFC-32 blend component for airconditioning equipment and commercial refrigeration     HFC-43-10mee ...
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Sourcebook: Solar Hot Water, Heating and Cooling Systems
Hydronic system with in-slab heat - The solar ... .2 Absorption air conditioning Heat from solar collectors separates a low boiling refrigerant in a generator which receives the pressurized refrigerant from an absorber. Solar heat can also be used in ...
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ESB: Research Supports Benefits of Radiant Ceiling Panels
The heaters used in this study were surface-mounted, low mass panels. A field test was conducted in a ... had markedly different temperature preferences. Operative temperature is highest directly below the radiant panel, but declines gradually with distance. Air temperature remains ... mini-split has an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. Refrigerant carries heat between the units. Mini-splits blow cool ...
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GLOSSARY
The cooling effect is obtained directly from a fluid called a refrigerant that absorbs heat at a low temperature and pressure, and transfers heat at a higher temperature and higher ...
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Central HVAC
At that point, the liquid refrigerant is allowed to expand, turning the liquid refrigerant into a low temperature, low pressure gas. The gas then absorbs heat from the air ... leaving it full of cooler air to be distributed throughout the house. Meanwhile, the low temperature, low pressure refrigerant gas returns to the compressor to begin the cycle all over again. While your ...
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Regulations | Alternatives / SNAP | US EPA
Effective Date: January 26, 1999 Interim Final Rule Prohibiting the Use of Refrigerant Blends Containing Hexafluoropropylene ... household refrigerators and freezers, reciprocating chillers, centrifugal chillers, screw chillers, very low temperature refrigeration, non-mechanical heat transfer systems, household and light commercial air ...
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Residential Environmental Design Featured Article - Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems
The refrigerant evaporates into a gas as heat is absorbed. The gaseous refrigerant then passes through a compressor where the refrigerant is pressurized, raising its temperature ...
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Energy Glossary Letter D
The cooling effect is obtained directly from a fluid called a refrigerant that absorbs heat at a low temperature and pressure, and transfers heat at a higher temperature and higher ...
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