SUBCRITICAL CO2 REFRIGERATION
A subcritical CO2 system uses liquefied carbon dioxide (CO2) as a refrigerant. Liquefied carbon dioxide is in a state called subcritical, that is, below the critical point below at which it goes into a supercritical state. The peak point for carbon is a pressure of 75 atmospheres and a temperature of +31 degrees Celsius. Subcritical CO2 can exist in three phases: solid, liquid, and gaseous, and can also become a supercritical fluid that has both liquid and gas properties.
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Subcritical Co2 REFRIGERATION from BMSERVICE
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