EDF Energy – Energy Efficiency in Refrigeration Systems – Liquid Pressure Amplification

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The Thermodynamic Principles of LPA

Most current refrigeration and air conditioning systems waste 20% to 40% of

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EDF Energy – Energy Efficiency in Refrigeration Systems – Liquid Pressure Amplification

EDF-Energy-Energy-Efficiency-in-Refrigeration-Systems-Liquid-Pressure-Amplification

Designing an efficient system can lead to significant savings. As with most electric, motor-operated machinery, the running costs over a lifetime can be far greater than the initial purchasing costs. It is estimated that a refrigeration system will cost more than six times to run than it will to purchase. Clearly, the life cycle costs of running such plant should be considered when designing a system. By considering energy efficiency at the design stage it is not unreasonable to recognise lower running costs of between 20-50 per cent to provide the same amount of cooling.

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