cooling capacity

cooling capacity

A measure of the amount of heat that can be removed from a building (or section thereof) in one hour.
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Nominal Cooling Capacity Kcal/Hr -6000 Guaranteed Cooling Capacity Min K Cal/Hr-5500 Makes:Hitachi, Bluestar,Carrier.
The limited cooling capacity of this technology was always a concern during the design process, and then a safety factor on the design temperature was used, choosing it as 77[degrees]F (25[degrees]C); while a German manufacturer recommended using 80.
Empower achieved a remarkable increase of 12 percent in its cooling capacity, with over 370,000 Refrigeration Tons (RT) in 2011.
com) to increase its cooling capacity within the same footprint as the previous towers.
IsoCool designed a bespoke turnkey system to supply the plant's Erema recycling system, including a chilled water unit to cool the pelletiser, The system is supported by a packaged AX-A 160 Eurochilter, which has an integral buffer tank and run/standby process pumps, and has a cooling capacity of 138 kW at 10[degrees]C.
In this configuration, part of the liquid refrigerant leaving the condenser is expanded to the intermediate pressure and then evaporated to achieve a degree of subcooling in the rest of refrigerant flowing to the evaporator and, thus, increasing the specific cooling capacity.
Meanwhile, RSS has recently surpassed the 25,000 TR milestone of cooling capacity within its Middle Eastern operations.
com/ ), Atlanta's premier colocation facility, has increased the cooling capacity from 1,000 tons to 2,000 tons with the recent addition of two new cooling towers.
The three largest units of this unique breed of chillers have two scroll compressors of different capacity installed in the same refrigerant circuit to provide three cooling capacity steps and further increase the chillers' efficiency.
With four quiet fans and three sensors to detect temperatures, the Cool Zone rackmount cooling system delivers 100 CFM of cooling capacity to CPU servers, systems and hard drives.
Last month's Process Machinery column (Rubber World, September 2005) began with a discussion of the overall energy balance, temperature influence and rotor design, presented an investigation of HESC rotor cooling capacity and set up an experiment, with results described below.
The cooling capacity is ideal for large electrical enclosures or in locations in which high heat loads are present.