Air-Force Base Gets Ready for Winter:

Air-Force Base Gets Ready for Winter:

When things start to get cold in aircraft hangers there is normally a lot of space to heat up! With winter on the way All Seasons Hire has been busy helping to prepare for cold snaps at one of the UK’s largest military air bases. Indirect Heating has been installed together with Portable fully bunded […]

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Gas cycle

Gas cycle

When the working fluid is a gas that is compressed and expanded but doesn’t change phase, the refrigeration cycle is called a gas cycle. Air is most often this working fluid. As there is no condensation and evaporation intended in a gas cycle, components corresponding to the condenser and evaporator in a vapor compression cycle are the hot […]

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Vapor compression cycle

Vapor compression cycle

Vapor-compression cycle The vapor-compression cycle is used in most household refrigerators as well as in many large commercial and industrial refrigeration systems. Figure 1 provides a schematic diagram of the components of a typical vapor-compression refrigeration system. Figure 1: Vapor compression refrigeration The thermodynamics of the cycle can be analyzed on a diagram[9][10] as shown in Figure 2. […]

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Refrigeration

Refrigeration

Refrigeration is the process of removing heat from an enclosed space, or from a substance, and rejecting it elsewhere for the primary purpose of lowering the temperature of the enclosed space or substance and then maintaining that lower temperature. The term cooling refers generally to any natural or artificial process by which heat is dissipated. The process of artificially producing extreme cold […]

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Cooler pads

Cooler pads

Traditionally, evaporative cooler pads consist of excelsior (wood wool) (aspen wood fiber) inside a containment net, but more modern materials, such as some plastics and melamin paper, are entering use as cooler-pad media. Wood absorbs some of the water, which allows the wood fibers to cool passing air to a lower temperature than some synthetic […]

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