ammonia compressor

ammonia compressor

[ə′mōn·yə kəm′pres·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that decreases the volume of a quantity of gaseous ammonia by the amplification of pressure; used in refrigeration systems.
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According to witnesses, the gas spread when an ice plant worker opened the gate valve of an ammonia compressor.
Tenders are invited for supply install testing and commissioning of vilter ammonia compressor and motor with accessories 01 set at jamshedpur dairy as per technical specification
This resulted, in 1887, in an agreement between L Sterne and Co and the De La Vergne Co of New York City, manufacturer of a steam-powered ammonia compressor.
The minibar's refrigeration system is an ammonia compressor with no freon and no moving parts - and it is completely silent.
Tenders are invited for supply installation testing and commissioning of vilter ammonia compressor and motor with accessories 1 set as per nit and tender document
Carl von Linde's first ammonia compressor was installed in a Trieste brewery in 1876 and ran for 10 years before its first service overhaul with a full working life of 32 years; not bad for a prototype.
Atlas Copco will deliver three customized machines to the Qinghai Salt Lake Industry Group: a six-stage compressor for the main air supply, a five-stage compressor used for the hydrogen feed cycle, and a four-stage ammonia compressor.
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Tenders are invited for supply erection testing commissioning of high speed ammonia compressor air cooling unit and allied pipes and fittings for the existing refrigeration plant by replacing old equipments at central products dairy alappuzha and thrissur dairy
3 hp/ton, which is less efficient than an ammonia compressor in an identical application.
An energy analysis of the cost benefit of operating the heat recovery system, in comparison with using efficient gas-fired boilers for the full heating requirement, showed that the ammonia compressor absorbed power rises from 291 kW to 411 kW.