Atmospheric Alternative

Buscemi, Karen
April 2005
Appliance Design;Apr2005, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on the use of carbon dioxide as a refrigerant system. Efforts by Coca-Cola Co. to help develop a carbon dioxide-based refrigerant system; Development of the TN hermetic carbon dioxide compressor by Danfoss Inc; Advantages and challenges associated with the use of carbon dioxide as a refrigerant system.


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