mechanical refrigeration

mechanical refrigeration

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ri‚frij·ə′rā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The removal of heat by utilizing a refrigerant subjected to cycles of refrigerating thermodynamics and employing a mechanical compressor.
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Ventilation installations according to din 18379/18299 2 sorption-assisted ventilation units per 14 500 m 3 / h, 1 pc free, adiabatic, mechanical refrigeration 200 kw, 150 st.
See the tools and techniques farm families used to cut and store ice before mechanical refrigeration from 1 to 4 p.
He characterizes the concept of the "cold chain," explores the way that the natural ice industry declined both as a result and independently of the advent of mechanical refrigeration, and discusses the cultural changes accompanying widespread adoption of the technology.
Wedge manufactures measurement and control skids, gas chromatograph buildings, JT skids, mechanical refrigeration modules, and NGL stabilisers for C3 recovery.
The ACS-2 air chiller system is a mechanical refrigeration system that provides subambient temperature control for mechanical and rheological testing.
Project scope The scope of the project includes: * Turbo expansion plant or mechanical refrigeration & Joule Thompson plant; * Cryogenic storage and fractionation facilities; * Auxilliary services; and * Ship loading facilities
In 1932, the national standardizing agency, American Standards Association (ASA), formally approved Standard B9, American Standard Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration, and the 1930 edition of this standard appeared in the ASRE Refrigerating Data Book and Catalog.
PCM technology can operate without any mechanical refrigeration on board or with mechanical cooling as a back-up cooling option for safe and reliable operation.
Linde Gases, Munich, Germany, a division of the Linde Group, has debuted Frostcruise, an in-transit refrigeration system said to provide an environmentally friendly, efficient and reliable cryogenic alternative to diesel-powered mechanical refrigeration.
The stem cell application would utilize the very lowest temperatures of the wide T-150 temperature range, replacing problematic mechanical refrigeration units.

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