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History Of Refrigerants
- (refrigerant) any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)
- A substance used for refrigeration
- (Refrigerant) The liquid used to absorb and transfer heat from one part of the home comfort system to another.
- A refrigerant is a substance used in a heat cycle usually including, for enhanced efficiency, a reversible phase change from a gas to a liquid.
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history of refrigerants - Refrigerants: Webster's
Refrigerants: Webster's Timeline History, 1790 - 2007
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Saint Christopher proudly presents: NEOPLAN CITYLINER History of the unit: The unit is a NEOPLAN CITYLINER. Imported from Germany in 1993. There are only 3 units of this nature in the Philippines and is distributed as follows: 1 unit to Island Tours 2 units to Farinas Trans Current Status: The unit's engine is still running with some minor mechanical problems. So does its sub-engine unit which runs on an R-12 refrigerant. Features: Sliding Door (Conductors Side) 2 Middle Sliding Doors (Right and Left Side) 1 Common Comfort Room 1 External Lavatory Overhead (in bus) blower Conference type Seats (After middle doors) Tables on every Row (tucked alongside) 21 inch Television set (out to be replaced) Spacious Interior Spacious Waybill compartments Over all a 2 x 2 x 45 seating... Nota Bene: Saint Christopher acquired the photo's you see before you with LEGALITY. Hence, no dispute as to how the photo's are acquired may be raised or thereto be questioned. Genuinely, this is a Neoplan Cityliner. And not a replica as other's preliminarily would want Saint Christopher to believe. Please refrain from commenting inappropriate remarks. Thank you.
Climate Changing Refrigerants
Although CFCs (pictured) are more widely known as destroying the Ozone layer they are also powerful global warming agents. As CFCs have been phased out, they have been replaced by HCFCs and HFCs, which are friendlier to the ozone, but which still damage the climate. Credit Ezra Clark/EIA
history of refrigerants
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