In direct systems, the compressed and condensed refrigerant is responsible for distributing the cooling power to the evaporator units. In indirect systems, the refrigerant exchange is carried out by an intermediate fluid, usually water, glycol or brine. This fluid is responsible for the refrigeration power exchange with the refrigerant gas, which is stored in a cooling tank. Later, the cooled fluid is pumped to the final elements of the system such as coils, air coolers, exchangers…

  • Environmental sustainability, due to the low refrigerant charge in the equipment and consequently in the distribution lines of the installation.
  • Energy efficiency, thanks to its performance.
  • Its chemical properties result in less refrigerant gas charge in the system and reduce the risk of leakage.
  • It does not contaminate, because it is biodegradable.
  • Circuit free of refrigerant leaks.
  • Energy efficiency.
  • It reduces the refrigerant charge to a minimum due to its use with a secondary refrigerant circuit.
  • Reduced maintenance.
  • Electrical and hydraulic groups are integrated in the refrigeration plant.
  • Easy installation.
  • High power in a small space.

 

At INTARCON we have a wide range of products adapted to all possible refrigeration solutions. In addition, a technical advice service and our online refrigeration calculator, based on finding the solutions adapted to your needs.

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