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Location for refrigerant gas warning sensors
A case-by-case examination remains essential. Learn more.
Carry out maintenance and repair work on ammonia refrigeration plants with legal certainty
Activities such as adding oil to the compressor or ammonia in the system but also manual venting or de-oiling
Thermostatic expansion valves (TEV) for refrigeration systems
Explanations of overheating, hypothermia, external pressure compensation, sensor fillings, etc.
Electronic Expansion Valves (EEV) for refrigeration systems
Explanation of the MSS line, Any MOP point, overheating, dimensioning of the liquid line, etc.
Solenoid valves for refrigeration systems
Explanation for installation, minimum pressure drop MOPD, servo and direct controlled solenoid valves etc.
Filter driers and sight glasses in refrigeration
The dryer and sight glass protect a refrigeration system and provide important information if problems actually occur.
Pipelines in refrigeration systems
Types, flow rates and pressure losses of refrigerant piping.
Pre-insulated piping - Advantages and characteristics
Pre-insulated steel pipes for industrial use
Pressure switch for refrigeration systems
Tasks of pressure switches or pressostats

Knowledge from day-to-day business

Anyone who looks in here either has a problem with their refrigeration system or is undergoing further training. And that is exactly what we aim to do. To provide well sorted information from the day-to-day business of air conditioning and refrigeration technology.
Each contribution of knowledge is linked to the necessary products or the right service provider.
You will find basic explanations or functions of components, right through to special articles on industrial refrigeration systems. Of course there are also topics on standards and rules, recurring tests, or exemples.

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