air system

air system

[′er ‚sis·təm]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical refrigeration system in which air serves as the refrigerant in a cycle comprising compressor, heat exchanger, expander, and refrigerating core.
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The Kitchen Makeup Air System enables builders to maintain high standards while also avoiding the usual complications of air-tight home construction.
Haighs Bakery, based in Leeds, turned to Rastrick-based Boge Compressors Ltd to upgrade its compressed air system with a compact and highly-efficient screw compressor.
Kaeser Compressors releases its Cost Savings with Compressed Air System Maintenance guide, which the company says is a resource designed to help industrial facilities save money by maximizing efficiency and extending the Life of its compressed air system.
Known generically as a firefighter air system, it features a standpipe running the height of the building that contains high-pressure breathing air, with refill stations on every other floor of the hospital.
The aircraft is intended to help the company better understand the flight dynamics of a tailless unmanned air system and reduce risks in costs and technology development of unmanned air systems.
The filter element for the cab's air system is located next to your right elbow while sitting in the driver's seat.
For these reasons, air system designers must recognize and understand the types of contaminants they face, according to the company.
For this reason, the thermostat can be set two to four degrees lower than in a standard forced air system.
The unique WorkPlace Air System concept allows placement of the compressor virtually anywhere, with or without integrated refrigerant dryer and filters.
Maintaining an efficient compressed air system is vital, since the only readily available solution to system problems is to increase the pressure and power--which increases operating costs and lowers system efficiency.
The same principle is applied when using the traveling transfer car as part of a fresh air system to overhead traveling cranes.
Fortunately, the growing acceptance of a new HVAC design known as a dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) promises to improve indoor air quality and comfort while lowering operating costs.