Chilled-Water Cooling Coils
- System Checklists Are Indispensable. Tomczak, John // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/5/2004, Vol. 222 Issue 10, p13
Looks into how evaporators can become oil-logged. Examples of a system with an oil-logged evaporator; Symptoms and problems of a refrigeration system; System checklist for an oil-logged evaporator.
- The History of the Ice Age. Sutherland, Art // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;07/24/2000, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p20
Focuses on the history of refrigeration. Preservation of food; Commercial importance of refrigeration in the early 18th century; Aggressive research for the development of mechanical refrigeration systems in 1890.
- Chiller Installation: Getting It Right. // Process Cooling & Equipment;Jan2005, p49
Presents tips and techniques on the correct way of installing chillers. Selection of the location; Maximization of the airflow and piping runs; Process pump; Application of glycol and additives.
- Servicing, Troubleshooting CPRs. Marchese, Joe // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/5/2004, Vol. 222 Issue 10, p14
Focuses on the design of crankcase pressure regulators (CPR). Function of CPR in many low-temperature refrigeration applications such as walk-in and reach-in freezers; Need for the control set point of a CPR to be adjusted on the start-up of a new system; Guidelines to follow when installing or...
- COOLING: Cleaner, Maintenance-Friendly. Babcock, Glenn A. // Process Cooling & Equipment;Jul/Aug2006, p15
The article discusses four facets of the advanced coil technology in evaporative condensers and closed-circuit cooling towers that contribute to reduced scale formation and fouling tendency. First, the air and water flow in a parallel path. Second, water flow over the coil is increased. Third,...
- Effect of face velocity during refrigeration on hot-gas coil-defrosting near-saturated conditions. Mago, P.J.; Sherif, S.A. // Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers -- Part C;Dec2004, Vol. 218 Issue 12, p1507
The heat input required to defrost coils within refrigerated spaces is partially removed with the melt, partially warms the coil and refrigerant and partially escapes to the refrigerated space as sensible heat by convection and radiation and as latent heat by evaporation and sublimation. The...
- Implications of Coil Frosting on System Designs for Low-Temperature Applications. Cleland, Donald J. // ASHRAE Transactions;2005, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p336
Air relative humidity (RH) in a refrigerated facility is determined by the balance between moisture entry (principally through doors) and moisture removal (principally as frost on the air-cooling coil). It has been shown that coil frosting is "unfavorable," leading to very rapid decline in...
- Clean Coils Make Dollars and Sense. Leach, David // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/2/2001, Vol. 213 Issue 9, p24
Focuses on significance of coils for maximizing the efficiency of air conditioning and refrigeration products. Function of coils; Significance of clean coil surfaces on the equipments; Factors affecting the inefficiency of the coils.
- ASSOCIATION CALENDAR. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;1/3/2005, Vol. 224 Issue 1, p181
The article presents a month-wise list of meetings and conventions concerning refrigeration and air conditioning industry. "2005 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition," will be held on February 7-9, at Orlando, Florida. "Green Design Solutions Conference for Hospitals...