The Development of Gas Pressure Recirculation Systems - An A
The Development of Gas Pressure Recirculation Systems - An American Phenomenon (1991)-The concept of using high pressure refrigerant gas to transfer and recirculate liquid refrigerant in a refrigeration system was pioneered and developed here in America by two inventive genius friends; Harry A. Phillips and Jack Watkins. Subsequent work by Bill Richards, Herb Rosen, Bob Ross, and Rowe Bansch has served to develop and further refine these concepts into practical and efficient refrigeration system designs that are applied today in the industry around the world. A review of these developments and their evolution in time provide great insight into how the systems work and the practical applications they may serve. It also gives honor to the creativity of these men in our industry, some of whom are with us here today.
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