Carbon Trust, How to apply Liquid Pressure Amplification to a Refrigeration Plant

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Carbon Trust, How to apply Liquid Pressure Amplification to a Refrigeration Plant

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LPA® (Liquid Pressure Amplification) can be applied to many types of refrigeration plant, including air conditioning systems. The benefits depend upon the type of refrigerant being used in the plant and the operating conditions. This is a specialist area and advice should be sought from the refrigeration plant’s manufacturer or service contractor to determine the applicability of LPA® to any particular refrigeration system. The economic application depends upon the size of the chilling plant, the minimum size to consider installing LPA would be on a compressor of at least 100 kW electrical load, based on an 8,000 hour operating period.

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