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4 thoughts on “Different transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems

  1. movax20h says:

    Slow down. I needed to pause the video 5 times and rewind, because everything happens so quickly.

    Also, why would you call it a "parallel compression". It isn't exactly parallel. "Aided compression"? maybe. But definitively not parallel. Not to mention you already have products and brouchers of compression in "parallel compression", where basically both input and outputs are indeed fully parallel, which make sense. Please invent a different name for this.

  2. D W says:

    That's all great. But they don't tell you how they produce Co2.
    I can't see how Co2 can be accepted as a good system.
    However if it's the best engineers can come up with…they aren't engineers.
    That was invented back in the 30's this, today. is backwards thinking. To retry something that was found not worth doing back then because of its dangers and costs is not progress to do it today.
    Get back to the table engineers and use those big brains to come up with your own idea. I'm an HVAC Ref tech in Canada and I'm not thrilled to think one of us has to approach one of theses things when something fails.

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