GUIDES AND RESOURCES
Study of the life cycle cost
of chillers or process chiller plants with new refrigerants
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During the last decades in the history of refrigeration and especially since the Kigali amendment to the Montreal Protocol, refrigeration technology has undergone an important evolution for the reduction of global warming potential. Not only has it evolved into new low-greenhouse refrigerants, but also the amount of refrigerant charge needed to produce cold has also been considerably reduced.
In the case of chillers or process chiller plants, technological evolution has allowed the wide use of natural refrigerants with zero environmental impact, such as propane (R-290) or ammonia (R-717), effectively managing the greatest danger of these substances.
Once all the prerequisites (safety, reliability, environmental sustainability, etc.) have been met, life cycle cost remains commonly the preferred selection criterion when undertaking an investment in a refrigeration system.
What does this study contain?
- Range of INTARCON chillers
- Natural refrigerants
- Lifecycle cost