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    Question Vertical Freezer.



    Good day everyone.
    i am RnD engineer in a refrigeration manufacturing company. i am planning to design a new vertical freezer with LBP compressor and R404a. i want to use thermostatic expansion valve instead of capillary. Do u have any suggestions about it.

    Thanks



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    Re: Vertical Freezer.

    Quote Originally Posted by coolyasir View Post
    Good day everyone.
    i am RnD engineer in a refrigeration manufacturing company. i am planning to design a new vertical freezer with LBP compressor and R404a. i want to use thermostatic expansion valve instead of capillary. Do u have any suggestions about it.

    Thanks
    It will need a receiver

    But seriously, TEV's are used with these systems
    all the time, just do the calculations for duties
    and heat loads and order the right components.

    Other than that I don't know what else to say, except
    welcome to the forum.

    Introduce yourself and discuss why you need what you need,
    I'm sure there are answers to your questions.



    Rob

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