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    Co2 - water



    Hi !

    Hapy new year for every one !!

    I have a question,

    Do you know if the use of CO2 in cascade applications must be necessarily anhydrous ?? Why
    IF yes, what's the tolerance of water in CO2

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    Re: Co2 - water

    hi ced

    sry but cant show you the url in the forum...

    you have to see on the web-site from danfoss.


    refrigerants-> co2-green technology->
    industrial refrigeration co2 applications-> site 7

    should explain your question...

    kind regards

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    Re: Co2 - water

    ^^ Tom 80 ^^

    URL for the link offered by Tom

    http://www.danfoss.com/BusinessAreas...erants/CO2.htm
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    Re: Co2 - water

    big thx @ brain

    maybe i can post soon too

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    Re: Co2 - water

    Yep, don't worry you'll get there.

    You can always type out a URL with the odd space in it such as...

    www . refrigeration-engineer.com

    Then people can cut and paste if the wish.
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    Re: Co2 - water

    Thanks !

    But do you know if it's possible to put CO2, for exemple with high level of water (100 PPM) above the maximum solubility limit (22 PPM) and dry it after with filter driers !
    Is it to late ! The POE oil is it rapidly contamined etc ...

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    Re: Co2 - water

    then just one advice...

    wen your system is contamined:

    co2 out... clean your system... dry it (vaakum) and refill again...

    otherwise you will have a lot more of problems with this unit...

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