Danfoss. Carbon Dioxide as a Refrigerant.

After completing the course the participant will:

  • Know the advantages of using CO2 as a refrigerant
  • Understand Global Warming, Ozone Depletion and Total Equivalent Warming Impact
    (TWEI)
  • Know the legislation about emission of CO2 and other refrigerants
  • Know about the history and properties of CO2
  • Know the differences between CO2 and other refrigerants
  • Know about the safety precautions that need to be taken when dealing with CO2
  • The background for the use of CO2, with a focus on legislation and other initiatives to
    phasedown HFC’s
  • CO2 as a refrigerant, and the process in a Log-ph diagram – what are the implications of
    CO2‚s triple point and critical point
  • What a subcritical system is – the main components and how it works
  • What a transcritical system is – the main components and how it works
  • How CO2 is used in different applications/systems
  • How to ensure optimal COP in a CO2 transcritical system
  • When/where to use a transcritical system
  • The performance of a CO2 system
  • What precautions are necessary when using CO2?
  • Safety issues and components (leak, pressure, alarms, ventilation etc/)
  • Overview of Danfoss product range applicable for CO2 applications
  • Main advantages of using CO2 for Industrial applications
  • Main types of refrigeration systems used for Industrial Applications with CO2
  • Danfoss CO2 product range for Industrial applications
  • Main advantages of using CO2 for food-retail applications
  • Main types of refrigeration systems used for food-retail applications with CO2
  • Danfoss CO2 product range for food-retail applications

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