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The Thermodynamic Principles of LPA

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

Co2 Liquid Refrigerant Pump & LPA Economizer

The LPA® pump is an open-drive sealed unit with important design features:

DXFC™ Wall Mounted Split AC unit with Outdoor Condenser

[Public Disclosure-23rd October 2016] DXFC, DX free cooling the alternative to running

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A discovery – condenser drainage

Defying the Laws of Gravity. Condenser drainage. The video shows a liquid receiver installed 20 feet above the outdoor condenser. The study and behaviour of liquid refrigerant flowing from an air-cooled condenser into a liquid receiver has been provided. A liquid receiver and LPA® pump was lifted to roof top to simulate a 20′ condenser […]


How to Convert R22 to MO99 Refrigerant Retrofit Guide

Summary – Steps to Retrofit
The following provides a summary of the basic retrofit steps for ISCEON® MO99.
(Detailed discussion of each step is provided in this bulletin.)

1. Establish baseline performance with existing refrigerant. (See retrofit checklist (attached))
2. Remove all the old (R22 or other) refrigerant from the system into a recovery cylinder. Weigh the amount removed.
3. Replace the filter drier and critical elastomeric seals/gaskets.


About LPA® by Master Class

From the UK, by Mike Creamer, Business Edge. With the increase in the cost of electricity, many organisations are looking to make improvements in refrigeration and air conditioning efficiency.


Evaluation of Supermarket Co2 Refrigeration Systems

By Sara Johansson: This thesis is a part of a larger project where supermarket refrigeration systems with CO2 will be evaluated and compared to more conventional systems without carbon dioxide. This will give an indication if CO2 can be used in supermarkets and if the technology is ready to be more commercialized. Evaluation of Supermarket […]


PumpPro III Version 2 1.07

To control LPA® pumps during operation and to protect from loss of refrigerants or unstable system performance.


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