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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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LPA Installation – Spa Distribution Centre in Ireland, liquid receiver being lifted into position.

Newly designed receivers being hoisted into position provides a fast and easy LPA®  installation with the best possible performance and maximum energy savings.  


LPA – Retrofit in Ireland Spa Distribution Centre, Refrigeration Energy Savings 38%

LPA® retrofit completion. Condensing pressure were previously held artificially high at 16 bar (232psi) to maintain the cooling and provide for hot gas defrosting on demand. Now with LPA® installed, the pressures have been reduced to 9 bar improving the systems efficiency by 38% annually.


LPA Model 875 Installation

Model 875 FGN suitably mounted adjacent to the vertical receiver provides a quick and simple solution to guarantee 100% solid liquid delivery to the expansions valves at reduced condensing temperatures increasing system efficiency substantially.


LPA – Retrofit in Ireland Spa Distribution Centre, LPA pumps adjacent liquid receiver.

LPA® retrofit receivers with bottom outlets ideal for ensuring a good supply of liquid refrigerant into the LPA® at low condensing pressures and higher efficiencies.


Model 875 Distribution Center in Holland- Cold Storage – 35% Energy Saving Reduction

A well know Distribution centre in Holland has recently installed Model 875 seen above to substantially improve their cold storage energy saving refrigeration performance. The plants compressor rack is located 18 feet (6 meters) below the expansion valves which is providing a 35 to 40% improvement in refrigeration energy savings by overcoming the liquid line […]


LPA – Retrofit in Ireland Spa Distribution Centre, before evaporative condensers were steaming excessively

Previously the evaporative condensers operated at much higher temperatures as seen by the amount of drift loss or water evaporation taking place. Now with Liquid Injection installed water loss has been reduced to zero and the build up of scale in the condensers eliminated. Discharge temperatures were reduced by 50°C (100F) sufficiently low enough to prevent scale formation, maintaining peak efficiencies and substantial water savings.


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