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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Total cooling capacity, 21,600 Ton of Refrigeration (TR)
Five models feature twin tandem scroll compressors providing 25 to 65 tons of cooling capacity.
The Grand Mosque is cooled by two cooling stations, with a total cooling capacity of 159,000 tonnes (equivalent to the cooling of 15,000 medium-sized apartments).
As per the terms of the deal, SNC-Lavalin will be responsible for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of an additional cooling capacity of 12,000 Refrigeration Tons (RT), with all ancillary equipment, energy transfer stations and a chilled water network.
Each four-car passenger train has eight units and each has a 20AdegC to 24AdegC cooling capacity to maintain.
"Additionally, there are different type of compressors used in both product ranges depending on the cooling capacity. Hence, the efficiency of the chillers can show variation because of compressor types such as scroll, screw and centrifugal.
Advertising claims such as "extremely fast" or "high cooling capacity" are not very meaningful and do not permit any objective assessment.
It is important to quantify the effects of free-hanging sound absorbers on the cooling capacity of TABS for accurate system dimensioning, and for predicting the corresponding effects on the thermal indoor environment.
The 100 kW cooling capacity dry cooler features twin pumps providing cooling water to the mold shop for hydraulic cooling and other services.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 17, 2017-Haier introduces magnetic bearing centrifugal chiller unit with large cooling capacity at 28th China Refrigeration Exhibition
The chillers deliver anywhere from 79 to 1428 kW (26 to 393 tonnes) of cooling capacity.