Ammonia with Safe and Sound Secondary Brines
Ammonia with Safe and Sound Secondary Brines (1992)-Ammonia refrigerated secondary brines such as calcium and sodium chloride have been in service for decades. Block ice making tanks, skating rinks, and underground cold storages have used calcium chloride brine. Inhibited ethylene and propylene glycol have been applied in banana and tomato ripening rooms and a myriad of hydronic heating and cooling systems. The return of the ice builder and other thermal storage concepts makes 32-34°F water a possible secondary refrigerant. No one can argue that these fluids in closed loops are not safe. But are secondary brine refrigerants both energy and cost efficient?
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