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Non-condensable gas drain
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non-condensable gas drain
non-condensable gas drain
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Characteristics

Medium
non-condensable gas
Operational mode
automatic
Type
electronic
Other characteristics
for refrigeration
Operating temperature

45 °C (113 °F)

Description

The GEA Purger increases the efficiency and improves the characteristics of every industrial refrigeration plant. Non-condensable gases cause considerable loss of efficiency. Air or other non-condensable gases can dissolve in the refrigerant and come into circulation in the refrigeration system, causing even in small concentrations a significant increase in condensing pressure due to their different/higher partial pressures. Refrigeration systems must therefore be kept as free as possible from non-condensables. The most effective way of doing this is by automatic purging, as this responds immediately to any entering of non-condensables in the system. The Self-limiting Automatic Purger is a purging device which reduces the concentration of non-condensables to a negligible percentage, with a just as negligible loss of refrigerant. This patented self-limiting Automatic Purger starts only when the concentration of non-condensables in the liquid receiver is 2% or more and stops when this concentration has dropped to below 1%. Since, in the entire installation, the average concentration of non-condensable gases is much lower, this represents an average concentration in the installation of less than 0.1%. Maximizing your system performance! Minimizing plant power consumption. Hermetic internal cooling system. Capacity of the refrigeration plant restores to maximum level. More safe for operators (no interference with the system). Increased safety for the total plant.

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