As leaders in refrigeration technology, we have produced a number of white papers, research papers and presentations available for your use. Please provide your email address below to gain access.
Ammonia for Air Conditioning - Fact or Fiction? This paper was presented at the AIRAH Refrigeration Conference July 2012. It describes the first Australian ammonia based air conditioning system servicing a public administration building.
This paper was presented at the AIRAH Natural Refrigerants Conference in April 2002, Melbourne, Australia. It describes the first subcritical carbondioxide refrigeration plant servicing a commercial cold store in the Southern hemisphere in modern times.
PowerPoint presentation. Different countries – different trends? The situation of natural refrigerants. Presented at eurammon seminar at Chillventa, Nuremberg October 2012
This paper was presented at the Gustav Lorentzen Conference in Aarhus, Denmark in 1996. It describes the practical experiences associated with the conversion of three large industrial refrigeration plants from refrigerant R22 to ammonia.
This paper was presented at the Natural Refrigerants Transition Board Design Seminar in Sydney, Australia August 2004. It compares the different characteristics of ammonia and carbondioxide in large scale industrial evaporators.
This paper was published in the AIRAH Journal in 1989 and describes the mathematical modelling of the performances of extended surface steel air coolers of any geometry.
This paper was presented at the IIR-IRHACE Conference in Auckland, New Zealand in 2006. It describes a new three temperature zone, automatic, in-line chilling/freezing tunnel for simultaneous chilling and freezing of hot boned beef in corrugated cardboard cartons.
This paper was presented at the AIRAH 2000+ Conference in March 2000 in Melbourne. It describes a new energy efficient penthouse evaporator design suitable for large scale refrigerated warehouses.
This paper was presented at the Natural Refrigerants Transition Board Design Seminars in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia in February 2005. It describes an actual plate freezer installation employing a non-toxic secondary refrigerant and how the energy performance of this compares with the employment of the volatile refrigerant ammonia directly within the plates.
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