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  • How to Properly Evacuate Refrigerant

    How to Properly Evacuate Refrigerant

    Evacuation is often called “vacuum” or “pulling a vacuum,” and it’s one of the most important parts of the HVACR installation and repair process where the refrigerant circuit is involved. Our goal should be to keep the closed refrigeration circuit clean, dry, and tight — just like I was taught since... read more

    Jul 01,2020 News
  • why would reducing refrigerant make systems safer

    why would reducing refrigerant make systems safer

    Refrigerant costs seem unlikely to fall in the near future. Supplies of traditional refrigerants are being reduced, and new alternatives being developed will likely carry the price premium that comes with having limited suppliers and competition. But it is not only the increase in prices that is an ... read more

    Jun 19,2020 News
  • Why do we need to evacuate an air conditioning system or a refrigeration system

    Why do we need to evacuate an air conditioning system or a refrigeration system

    Why do we need to evacuate an air conditioning system or a refrigeration system? All the refrigeration system are designed to run without moisture and non-condensable gases else it may not work as designed and is likely to fail prematurely. Presence of moisture in the air conditioning system may lea... read more

    Jun 13,2020 News
  • Hanging bottle principle

    Hanging bottle principle

    The working principle of the hanging bottle: the infusion system formed by the principle of atmospheric pressure and hydrostatic pressure, the principle that the internal pressure is higher than the human venous pressure, and the liquid is directly input into the vein. The hydrostatic pressure refer... read more

    Aug 04,2019 Industry News
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