An arrangement of mechanical components to provide cooling capacity for a system. Main components of the refrigeration cycle are: Compressor Condenser, Liquid receiver, Evaporator Control devices.

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2 thoughts on “Overview of Commercial Refrigeration Systems

  1. Frequency 369 says:

    refrigeration works via a principle called the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This principle states that when two objects of differing temperatures are brought close together, heat will always travel from the warmer object to the colder one. Using this principle, commercial refrigeration systems utilize a refrigerant solution to transfer heat from the food inside the refrigeration unit’s storage area to the refrigerant. Refrigerant solutions obey a second physical principle, which states that gases cool as they expand and heat up as they are compressed. While cycling through the refrigeration system, the refrigerant is sent through a series of pressure changes to improve the efficiency and speed with which it removes heat from the refrigerated space to keep it cold. https://youtu.be/KYet4mYoapU

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