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What is Net Refrigeration Effect (NRE)?
Net refrigeration effect (NRE) is the quantity of heat that each pound of the refrigerant absorbs in the refrigerated space to produce useful cooling. That’s a pretty vague definition. We know that it’s an amount of heat in processes that take place within the evaporator. Still, the phrase “useful cooling” seems rather broad. Even though […]Read more
Changing Liquid Filter/Drier Cores Tip
This tip comes from market refrigeration and controls technician Kevin Compass. Thanks, Kevin! A little tip when changing liquid cores: If you start pumping them down, begin bypassing discharge gas into the shell to warm it up, push out the remaining liquid, and bring the shell above the dew point so that it doesn't sweat […]Read more
This tech tip is written by experienced tech and VRF / VRV specialist Ryan Findley. Thanks, Ryan! (Note: Ryan refers to VRV rather than VRF because he specializes in Daikin, and these articles are written from a Daikin VRV perspective. Ryan has also written an article about VRV basics and some VRV installation tips.) This […]Read more